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Banking and Finance

Call for Papers

Abstracts may only be submitted via the Easy Chair system. They must be no longer than 300 words and must include your title, name and institutional affiliation and your email address for correspondence.

The deadline for the submissions is Monday 19 January 2015.

Abstracts are invited for the 2015 SLSA conference on themes of Banking and Finance and in particular those areas which are under current consideration in your academic fields.

Area which will be considered but are not limited to are:
• The banking crisis and reforms – national and international
• Financial crime
• Off shore financial centres
• Alternative finance
• National and international banking regulation
• Corporate governance
• Corporate social responsibility
• Financial exclusion/inclusion
• Credit unions
• Remuneration and bonuses
• Current legislation on any forms of banking and finance including Tax
If you have any questions please contact Dr Clare Chambers-Jones and / or Dr Mary Young.

Session Programme (Papers and rooms are subject to change)

Wednesday: Session 3: Social Sciences Room S0.08

Session Title: Global banking, regulation and corporate governance

Paper: ‘Hunting for content and scope: long-term interests in the company directors’ decision-making processes.’ - Katarzyna Chalaczkiewicz-Ladna

Corporate Failures and Managing Personality Risks in Corporate Governance: The Role of the State. - Ngozi Okoye

Missing pieces in the EU derivatives regulation puzzle - Tatjana Nikitina

Wednesday: Session 4: Social Sciences Room S0.08

Session Title: The historical business of banking, and challenges faced in modern banking

Paper: Islamic Finance within a Global Economy: Towards a Common Sustainable Future - Hanaan Balala

Are Virtual Currencies actually Currencies? If not, what are they? - Henry Hillman

Bargaining with ‘Octopus tentacles’: the Bank of England’s branches and the first English joint stock banks in the 1830s - Iain Frame

Executive Remuneration Reform in Banks and Beyond: Servant of Two Masters? - Andreas Kokkinis

Wednesday: Session 5: Social Sciences Room S0.08

Session Title: Market abuse, and the misuse of financial services products

Paper: Selling financial services: the interplay between individual legal liability and behavioural economics . - Judith Dahlgreen

Predatory capital and the irresponsible state: a critical decoding of mandatory CSR at the ‘Gateway to Africa’ - Renginee Pillay and David Quentin

What part can market abuse play in the regulation of financial services? - Andrew Baker

Wednesday: Session 6: Social Sciences Room S0.08

Session Title: The law in finance: Financial crime and fraud

Paper: THE SEPARATE LEGAL PERSONALITY OF CORPORATIONS IN THE UK: A LAW AND ECONOMICS ANALYSIS - Stephen Copp

Culpability of banks in illicit financial flow and money laundering - Viri Chauhan

CORPORATE FRAUD: THE CASE FOR A MANIFEST APPROACH TO LIABILITY - Alison Cronin