Article Submission Guidelines


The SEACEN Financial Stability Journal Editorial Board welcomes potential contributions to the Journal.  Articles written for the SEACEN Financial Stability Journal should focus on providing insights and thought leadership with respect to information and developments relevant and critical to promoting financial stability and related matters.  


         Article drafts should be submitted in 12 point Times Roman font and should be double-spaced, and sent by email to:


         The length of draft articles will generally range from 3,000 to 5,000 words (12 to 20 double-spaced typed pages), though treatment of some topics could necessitate longer articles, which would be considered.


         Authors should include a short, three or four sentence, biographical summary about themselves at the end of the article.  If an article expresses expert opinions, contributors¨ expert credentials should be apparent.


         Mr. Glenn Tasky, Director of Financial Stability and Supervision & Payment and Settlement Systems (+603 9195 1830;, will be available to answer prospective authors' questions, discuss potential articles, review early drafts, or provide other input.


         Articles will be evaluated by the Journal¨s Editorial Board.