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Browse Academic Expert Directory

Browse Academic Expert Directory

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Prof Jackie Harvey
Professor and Acting Associate Dean Research and Innovation
Jackie is Professor of Financial Management at Newastle Business School. Expertise lies in money laundering and financial market regulation. Jackie has been invited to speak at a number of very high profile academic and practitioner conferences in both the UK and Europe. She is on the Editorial Board for the European Cross-Border Crime Colloquium that brings together researchers from across Europe. Prior to becoming an academic, Jackie, whose PhD is in Taxation Policy, spent 10 years working for a major merchant bank, followed by a 3 year posting as fiscal policy adviser (under the auspices of the British Government) to the Ministry of Finance in Belize.

Newcastle on Tyne
United Kingdom

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Mr Lorik Hasangjekaj
Attaché
Anthropology of Contemporary Armed Conflicts · Anthropology of war, psychology of genocide and trauma · Holocaust and Genocide Studies

Charlottetown
Canada

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Prof Emmanuel Haven
Professor
Emmanuel is a professor at the School of Management, University of Leicester. He teaches derivatives and financial management. He published in journals such as 'Journal of Mathematical Psychology' and 'Journal of Economic Dynamics and Control'.

Leicester
United Kingdom

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Dr Denise Hawkes
EdD programme leader
My research areas of interest are: Labour Economics, Family Economics, Education Economics, Applied Economics focusing on panel data and twins data, Social Policy Currently working on youth unemployment and the use of bahavioural economics to design active labour market policies

London
United Kingdom

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Prof Andrew Haynes
Professor of Law
Professor of Law, University of Wolverhampton; Visiting Professor of Law, University of Macau, People’s Republic of China; Senior Associate Research Fellow, Institute of Advanced Legal Studies, University of London. In the past I worked at two major law firms and also at Deloitte’s in London. My areas of interest and expertise are financial services and banking regulation in which I did my PhD, international banking and capital markets law and financial crime. I have been a major contributor to over twenty books. I recently published “The Law Relating to International Banking.” I am editor and co-author of “Financial Services Law Guide” and co-author of “Financial Services Authority Regulation and Risk Based Compliance”. Other relevant publications include being editor and primary author of a two volume encyclopaedia of financial services law, together with being co-author of Butterworths Financial Regulation Service (a seven volume encyclopaedia), a range of contributions to other major texts and a wide range of articles on banking and financial services law.

Wolverhampton
United Kingdom

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Prof Helen Helen Hills
Professor of History of Art & Architecture
Art historian at the University of York, UK. I have previously taught at the Universities of Manchester in the UK and North Carolina at Chapel Hill in USA. My specialist areas of expertise include: baroque art and architecture; architectural theory; gender, religion and art in 17thC Italy; convents, monasteries and nunneries in baroque Italy; urbanism; relics and reliquaries; miracles and art; Neapolitan baroque architecture, sculpture and painting. Sanctity and the forging of place.

York
United Kingdom

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