2 December 2009

Special issue: Economic crime prevention

International Journal of Business Governance and Ethics 5(1/2) 2010
  • Control mechanisms in information security: a principal agent perspective
  • A 12-step process of white-collar crime
  • Curbing economic crime with RFID enabled currency
  • Stock market efficiency, insider dealing and market abuse: the UK experience
  • Measuring identity theft and identity fraud
  • Curbing the use of Hawala for money laundering and terrorist financing: global regulatory response and future challenges
  • Innovation dynamics and capability in open collaborative cyber communities: implications for cybersecurity
  • Canadian securities regulation and foreign blocking legislation
  • An analysis of Canadian Audit Committee charters
  • Two students and a professor discover what every business person should know about Industrial Security Firms
  • Commentary: A Dean's educational perspective on economic crime prevention

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