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The five safes of risk-based anonymization (2019)
Journal Article
Arbuckle, L., & Ritchie, F. (2019). The five safes of risk-based anonymization. IEEE Security and Privacy Magazine, 17(5), 84-89. https://doi.org/10.1109/MSEC.2019.2929282

The sharing of data for the purposes of data analysis and research can have many benefits. At the same time, concerns and controversies about data ownership and data privacy elicit significant debate. So how do we utilize data in a way that protects... Read More about The five safes of risk-based anonymization.

An investigation of the impact of data breach severity on the readability of mandatory data breach notification letters: Evidence from U.S. firms (2019)
Journal Article
Jackson, S., Vanteeva, N., & Fearon, C. (2019). An investigation of the impact of data breach severity on the readability of mandatory data breach notification letters: Evidence from U.S. firms. Journal of the Association for Information Science and Technology, 70(11), 1277-1289. https://doi.org/10.1002/asi.24188

The aim of this paper is to investigate the impact of data breach severity on the readability of mandatory data breach notification letters. Using a content analysis approach to determine data breach severity attributes (measured by the total number... Read More about An investigation of the impact of data breach severity on the readability of mandatory data breach notification letters: Evidence from U.S. firms.

The idiosyncratic pattern of Russian corporate dividend policy during its formative era (2018)
Journal Article
Vanteeva, N., & Hickson, C. (2019). The idiosyncratic pattern of Russian corporate dividend policy during its formative era. Annals of Public and Cooperative Economics, 90(3), 535-554. https://doi.org/10.1111/apce.12215

In general, the dividend payout pattern for Russian corporations during their formative period from 1998 to 2006 was seemingly independent of company earnings, size, growth opportunities and capital structure, as such firm policies appear not to conf... Read More about The idiosyncratic pattern of Russian corporate dividend policy during its formative era.

Whither political economy? Evaluating the CORE project as a response to calls for change in economics teaching (2018)
Journal Article
Mearman, A., Guizzo, D., & Berger, S. (2018). Whither political economy? Evaluating the CORE project as a response to calls for change in economics teaching. Review of Political Economy, 30(2), 241-259. https://doi.org/10.1080/09538259.2018.1426682

This article offers a critique of a major recent initiative in economics teaching: the CORE project. CORE emerged in the wake of the global financial crisis, which was also something of a crisis for economics. The article deploys four evaluative crit... Read More about Whither political economy? Evaluating the CORE project as a response to calls for change in economics teaching.

Local-level immigration and life satisfaction: The EU enlargement experience in England and Wales (2017)
Journal Article
Ivlevs, A., & Veliziotis, M. (2018). Local-level immigration and life satisfaction: The EU enlargement experience in England and Wales. Environment and Planning A, 50(1), 175-193. https://doi.org/10.1177/0308518X17740895

© 2017, © The Author(s) 2017. The 2004 European Union enlargement resulted in an unprecedented wave of 1.5 million workers relocating from Eastern Europe to the UK. We study the links between this migrant inflow and life satisfaction of native reside... Read More about Local-level immigration and life satisfaction: The EU enlargement experience in England and Wales.