Published by Middle Eastern Economic Research Platform (MEERP) - Seychelles, Middle Eastern Finance and Economics aims to publish articles of high quality dealing with issues in international finance and economics which impact on Middle Eastern economies. While maintaining the high standards of a fully-refereed academic journal with technical, empirical and theoretical material, Middle Eastern Finance and Economics articles are also accessible to non-specialists, policy-makers and practitioners. Middle Eastern Finance and Economics is intended to serve as an outlet for theoretical and empirical research in all areas of international economics and finance.

Middle Eastern Finance and Economics aims at publishing high quality articles particularly in these areas: international economics, economic development, international finance, international banking and portfolio management, financial economics, international political economy, financial analysis, financial market regulation, financial risk analysis, transition economies, corporate finance, exchange rate modeling, forecasting financial markets, economic policy and financial markets, monetary and fiscal policy decision-making, portfolio and asset management, pricing and risk of financial instruments, advances in financial econometrics and statistics, and public finance decision-making. Middle Eastern Finance and Economics is also concerned with the link between the real and financial sides of the economy, forecasting and recent developments in econometric techniques applicable to financial research.

Middle Eastern Finance and Economics relates primarily to experience in the main financial centers of Middle East, as well as issues relating to development finance and the emerging financial markets of the developing world and the transforming economies. publishing articles and short research notes particularly in the areas of international economics, economic development, international finance, international banking and portfolio management, financial economics, international political economy, financial analysis, financial market regulation, financial risk analysis, transition economies, corporate finance, exchange rate modeling, forecasting financial markets, economic policy, monetary and fiscal policy decision-making, portfolio and asset management, pricing and risk of financial instruments, advances in financial econometrics and statistics, and public finance decision-making.