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The paper brings out the results of a bibliometric analysis of the journal titled " Journal of Emerging Market Finance” which published 13 volumes and 38 Issues with 160 research articles during the period 2002-2014. The data were downloaded from the journal's website. This study aims at analysing the research output performance of finance on management science subjects. The analysis cover mainly the number of articles, authorship pattern, average number of references per articles length of articles, paper per author and authors per paper, number of cited documents, citation per year, citation per paper and author and identified the year-wise distribution of H index, G index, HG, HI and AWCR. The degree of collaboration in JEMF ranged from 0.30 to 0.86 which collaborative works are remarkably observed.