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Financial crisis and digital currencies (2017)
Book Chapter
Chambers-Jones, C. (2017). Financial crisis and digital currencies. In N. Ryder, U. Turksen, & J. Tucker (Eds.), The Financial Crisis and White Collar Crime - Legislative and Policy ResponsesRoutledge

Digital currencies are mainly known for their part in illegal activities such as money laundering or terrorist financing. However, the purpose of this chapter is to explore whether digital currencies could have a potential benefit for countries who a... Read More about Financial crisis and digital currencies.

Financial crime and gambling in a virtual world: A new frontier in cybercrime (2014)
Book
Chambers-Jones, C., & Hillman, H. (2014). Financial crime and gambling in a virtual world: A new frontier in cybercrime. Edward Elgar

In this unique book, the authors examine the relationship between real world legislation and the new advancements in technology, showing how this can lead to loopholes in legislative protection. They draw upon empirical research to highlight the juri... Read More about Financial crime and gambling in a virtual world: A new frontier in cybercrime.

Sexual violence in virtual worlds (2013)
Presentation / Conference
Chambers-Jones, C., & McCartan, K. (2013, September). Sexual violence in virtual worlds. Paper presented at Gender Violence and Virtual Worlds: Brave New World(s) of Regulation?

Cyber economic crime and commonwealth laws (2013)
Journal Article
Chambers-Jones, C. (2013). Cyber economic crime and commonwealth laws. International Journal of Intellectual Property Management, 6(1-2), 95-110. https://doi.org/10.1504/IJIPM.2013.053451

The aim of this paper is to discuss the legal issues affecting commonwealth countries in terms of virtual/cyber financial crime. Virtual financial crime or cyber financial crime is where acts of fraud money laundering, etc., take place over the inter... Read More about Cyber economic crime and commonwealth laws.

Policing cyber hate, cyber threat and cyber terrorism (2013)
Journal Article
Chambers-Jones, C. (2013). Policing cyber hate, cyber threat and cyber terrorism. International Journal of Police Science and Management, 15(1), 74-75

In late August 2012 the Government Forum of Incident Response and Cyber security Teams (GFIRST) gathered in Atlanta to discuss cyber threats and how new realities are emerging and how new forms of regulation are needed. At the same time Policing cyb... Read More about Policing cyber hate, cyber threat and cyber terrorism.

Can you ever regulate the virtual world against virtual economic crime (2012)
Journal Article
Chambers-Jones, C. (2012). Can you ever regulate the virtual world against virtual economic crime

The question of whether you can ever regulate the virtual world against economic crime is one which cannot be answered easily in practice or in theory. This paper examines this question as part of a much larger study into virtual economic crime. Econ... Read More about Can you ever regulate the virtual world against virtual economic crime.

Virtual economies and financial crime: Money laundering in cyberspace (2012)
Book
Chambers, C. (2012). Virtual economies and financial crime: Money laundering in cyberspace. Edward Elgar

Virtual economies and financial crime are ever-growing, increasingly significant facets to banking, finance and anti-money laundering regulations on an international scale. In this pathbreaking and timely book, these two important issues are explored... Read More about Virtual economies and financial crime: Money laundering in cyberspace.

Cyber economic crime and commonwealth laws (2012)
Book Chapter
Chambers-Jones, C. (2012). Cyber economic crime and commonwealth laws. In S. Kierkegaard (Ed.), Law Governance and World Order, 373-381. International Association of IT Lawyers

The aim of this paper is to discuss the legal issues affecting commonwealth countries in terms of virtual/cyber financial crime. Virtual financial crime or cyber financial crime is where acts of fraud money laundering etc… take place over the interne... Read More about Cyber economic crime and commonwealth laws.

The Vickers report (2011)
Journal Article
Chambers-Jones, C. (2011). The Vickers report. Journal of Business Law, 32(11), 280-292

The banking crisis (2007-8) in the UK has led to plethora of banking regulations and reforms. For example we have had the Run on the Rock report into Northern Rock, the Banking Act 2008, then Banking Act 2009. Following on from these legislative refo... Read More about The Vickers report.

How virtual are virtual economies? An exploration into the legal, social and economic nature of virtual world economies (2011)
Journal Article
Chambers, C. (2011). How virtual are virtual economies? An exploration into the legal, social and economic nature of virtual world economies. Computer Law and Security Review, 27(4), 377-384. https://doi.org/10.1016/j.clsr.2011.05.007

Virtual world economies are undoubtedly increasing in growth, participation and importance. Their macroeconomic impact has already been seen as important in the real world economies; however its governance and jurisdiction is unclear. This paper will... Read More about How virtual are virtual economies? An exploration into the legal, social and economic nature of virtual world economies.

The reforms: a political safe haven or political suicide – is the Labour bubble bursting? (2011)
Journal Article
Chambers, C. (2011). The reforms: a political safe haven or political suicide – is the Labour bubble bursting?. Journal of Financial Regulation and Compliance, 19(1), 5-17. https://doi.org/10.1108/13581981111106130

© 2011, © Emerald Group Publishing Limited. Purpose – The purpose of this paper is to examine the political influence on the reforms proffered for the banking sector. Design/methodology/approach – The paper is divided into three main parts. First, th... Read More about The reforms: a political safe haven or political suicide – is the Labour bubble bursting?.

UK banking regulation (2011)
Book Chapter
Chambers, C. (2011). UK banking regulation. In A. Kostyuk (Ed.), Banking ReformUkraine Banking Academy

Banks have been an integral part of the UK’s infrastructure since their first inception by the Lombards’ in 1663 on the banks of the River Thames. The nature and the scope of banks and banking services have grown beyond all recognition since the earl... Read More about UK banking regulation.

The banks: Rising from the ashes or still smouldering? (2011)
Journal Article
Chambers, C. (2011). The banks: Rising from the ashes or still smouldering?. International Journal of Liability and Scientific Enquiry, 4(2), 107-128. https://doi.org/10.1504/IJLSE.2011.041981

The paper examines the banking system over the last two years, since the first signs of the economic crisis became apparent with the collapse of Northern Rock. The paper will be in four main parts. Part one will consider briefly the economic crisis b... Read More about The banks: Rising from the ashes or still smouldering?.

The fate of the financial services authority: Bought back from the brink or on the edge of a precipice? (2010)
Journal Article
Chambers, C. (2010). The fate of the financial services authority: Bought back from the brink or on the edge of a precipice?. Business Law Review, 31(8/9), 198-200

It has not just been the electorate which has been held in turmoil in recent days but also the fate of the Financial Services Authority (FSA) and the Bank of England regarding their future role in financial regulation. Now that the United Kingdom (UK... Read More about The fate of the financial services authority: Bought back from the brink or on the edge of a precipice?.

Banking on reform in 2010: Is regulatory change ever enough and will the general election hold the answers for the financial services industry? (2010)
Journal Article
Chambers, C. (2010). Banking on reform in 2010: Is regulatory change ever enough and will the general election hold the answers for the financial services industry?. Law Teacher, 44(2), 218-234. https://doi.org/10.1080/03069400.2010.486281

Over the past three years the financial service industry within the UnitedKingdom has undergone a major crisis. No part of the industry has goneuntouched and even the regulators and the Government have comeunder fire for their part in promulgating th... Read More about Banking on reform in 2010: Is regulatory change ever enough and will the general election hold the answers for the financial services industry?.

"Innovation in inclusion" - a financial m-learning game: Part two (2010)
Journal Article
Chambers, C., & Shufflebottom, M. (2010). "Innovation in inclusion" - a financial m-learning game: Part two. Law Teacher, 44(2), 117-136. https://doi.org/10.1080/03069400.2010.486163

The second part of this paper outlines the research for designing an m-learning (mobile phone) financial education game to counter financial exclusion. The paper explains the results from the research which designed a game to test the hypothesis that... Read More about "Innovation in inclusion" - a financial m-learning game: Part two.