The Journal of Structured Finance is a quarterly academic journal on structuring and investing in all types of structured finance, such as asset-backed securities, mortgage-backed securities, collateralized debt and loan obligations, and life settlements. The journal was originally established as The Journal of Project Finance, then broadened its focus as The Journal of Structured and Project Finance, before finally obtaining its current name in 2004. Topics of interest include structuring techniques, types of securitization, investment approaches, and sector research. The editor-in-chief is Henry A. Davis.
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—Christina Stead (19021983)
“Unfortunately, many things have been omitted which should have been recorded in our journal; for though we made it a rule to set down all our experiences therein, yet such a resolution is very hard to keep, for the important experience rarely allows us to remember such obligations, and so indifferent things get recorded, while that is frequently neglected. It is not easy to write in a journal what interests us at any time, because to write it is not what interests us.”
—Henry David Thoreau (18171862)
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