University of British Columbia Joins Law Research Centers Papers
We are pleased to announce the Asia Pacific Dispute Resolution Project (APDR) at University of British Columbia – Peter A. Allard School of Law, has started a Law Research Centers Papers series within the Legal Scholarship Network (LSN).
ASIA PACIFIC DISPUTE RESOLUTION PROJECT (APDR) WORKING PAPER SERIES
The APDR Working Paper Series is an important element of the dissemination strategy for research findings in the Asia Pacific Dispute Resolution (APDR) Project supported by the Major Collaborative Research Initiatives (MCRI) program of the Social Sciences and Humanities Research Council of Canada (SSHRC). APDR Working Papers are works in progress that have been presented at APDR conferences, workshops and other events. These papers reflect the rich academic and policy discussions that take place during our APDR project events. To accommodate our colleagues, some papers are published in their original language with an English language abstract.
Announcing New FEN Consumer Financial Fraud Sponsored Subject Matter eJournal
We are pleased to announce a new Financial Economics Network (FEN) Sponsored Subject Matter eJournal – Consumer Financial Fraud eJournal, sponsored by FINRA Investor Education Foundation.
CONSUMER FINANCIAL FRAUD eJOURNAL
Editors: Geraldine Walsh, President, FINRA Investor Education Foundation,Gary R. Mottola, Research Director FINRA Foundation, Christine Kieffer, Senior Director, FINRA Foundation’s Investor Protection Campaign, and Susan Arthur, Associate Director, FINRA Foundation’s Investor Protection Campaign
Sponsor: The mission of the FINRA Investor Education Foundation (www.finrafoundation.org) is to provide underserved Americans with the knowledge, skills and tools necessary for financial success throughout life. The FINRA Foundation envisions a society characterized by universal financial literacy. The FINRA Foundation’s Investor Protection Campaign aims to educate investors and intermediaries to reduce the incidence of investment fraud. Through research, education and outreach, the program increases fraud prevention awareness, empowers consumers and trains law enforcement and other advocates to recognize, prevent and assist victims of financial fraud.
Description: Research on consumer financial fraud is currently spread across a number of fields – including behavioral economics, psychology, marketing, law, finance and criminology. This eJournal includes working and accepted paper abstracts covering all aspects of consumer financial fraud to practitioners across these disparate fields. The objective is to expand the body of knowledge on financial fraud, make research findings and their implications more accessible to academics and policy makers, and encourage research in this field by providing researchers with a distribution channel that targets stakeholders in many relevant disciplines. For the purposes of this eJournal, consumer financial fraud is defined broadly as intentionally and knowingly deceiving the victim by misrepresenting, concealing or omitting facts about promised goods, services or other benefits and consequences that are nonexistent, unnecessary, never intended to be provided or deliberately distorted for the purpose of monetary gain. Relevant topics include, but are not limited to, measuring the incidence and prevalence of financial fraud, profiling victims and fraudsters, understanding the causes and consequences of financial fraud, exploring relationships between cognitive ability and fraud victimization, fMRI research on fraud victims and evaluating the effectiveness of interventions to prevent financial fraud.
This eJournal is NOT focused on frauds that target organizations, such as embezzlement, corruption and tax evasion. In addition, this eJournal focuses on frauds where victims are deceived or persuaded into participating in a fraudulent transaction – so frauds like identity theft and credit card theft are outside its scope.
Deputy Chief Postal Inspector, Government of the United States of America – United States Postal Inspection Service
LAURA L. CARSTENSEN
Professor and Director, Stanford University – Stanford Center on Longevity
Senior Research Scholar and Director, Financial Security Division, Stanford University – Stanford Center on Longevity
Executive Director, National Telemarketing Victim Call Center
Denit Trust Chair of Economics and Accountancy, George Washington University – Department of Accountancy, National Bureau of Economic Research (NBER)
OLIVIA S. MITCHELL
Professor of Business Economics and Public Policy, Professor of Insurance and Risk Management, Executive Director, Pension Research Council, University of Pennsylvania – The Wharton School, National Bureau of Economic Research (NBER)
State Director, AARP Washington, Lead Researcher, AARP Fraud Watch Network
JUDY VAN WYK
Associate Professor of Sociology, University of Rhode Island – Department of Sociology & Anthropology
Announcing CAAA 2016 Annual Conference eJournal
In cooperation with the Canadian Academic Accounting Association (CAAA), the Accounting Research Network (ARN) is pleased to announce the 2016 Canadian Academic Accounting Association (CAAA) Annual Conference eJournal. The eJournal is available to all users at no charge and contains abstracts of the conference papers with links to the full text within the SSRN eLibrary.
The Canadian Academic Accounting Association (CAAA) is an organization of accounting educators, professional accountants, and others who are involved in, or concerned about, research and education in accounting and related areas.
CAAA 2016 ANNUAL CONFERENCE
Conference URL: http://www.caaa.ca/news-and-events/2016-caaa-annual-conference/
With the advent of International Financial Reporting Standards, accounting is more than ever a global field where professionals, scholars and practitioners evolve and work across borders. Accounting research has greatly benefited from the opening of institutional and other borders as it has provided for greater opportunities to expand research domains and to enhance the diversity of accounting academe. By its content and orientation, this year’s conference intends to reflect such trends.
Moreover, in the spirit of accounting research being increasingly international, the CAAA opens up its own frontier by holding its annual conference jointly with the Association francophone de comptabilia (French Accounting Association), France’s leading accounting academic association; thus, allowing for further international networking and, yes, connections.
Deutsche Bundesbank Joins ERN Government & Public Agency Research Paper Series
DEUTSCHE BUNDESBANK DISCUSSION PAPER SERIES
The Deutsche Bundesbank is the independent central bank of the Federal Republic of Germany. Eurosystem monetary policy is the Bundesbank’s core business area. Other core business areas include the financial and monetary system, banking supervision, cashless payments and cash operations. The Deutsche Bundesbank Discussion Papers series focuses on research on monetary policy and price stability, financial stability and macro-prudential supervision, micro-prudential supervision and the behaviour of financial institutions, as well as the behaviour of households and firms. Opinions and conclusions expressed in the Bundesbank Discussion Papers are those of the authors and do not necessarily reflect those of the Bundesbank or the Eurosystem.
Announcing 6th Miami Behavioral Finance Conference eJournal
In cooperation with University of Miami, the Financial Economics Network (FEN) is pleased to announce the 6th Miami Behavioral Finance Conference eJournal. This eJournal is available to all subscribers at no charge and contains abstracts of the conference papers with links to the full text in the SSRN eLibrary.
Conference URL: http://bus.miami.edu/umbfc/