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Although I have made contributions to the business and economic history of Latin America (mainly Mexico) and Spain as well as accounting history, my main area of work has been the impact of computer technology on retail banking. This has included touching on contemporary issues around the cashless economy, retail payments, globalization and international trade. Currently I am looking at the emergence of FinTech as a global phenomenon.

Biography

Although I have made contributions to the business and economic history of Latin America (mainly Mexico) and Spain as well as accounting history, my main area of work has been the impact of computer technology on retail banking. This has included touching on contemporary issues around the cashless economy, retail payments, globalization and international trade. Currently I am looking at the emergence of FinTech as a global phenomenon.


Fellow of the Academy of Social Sciences (sponsor Economic History Society) (2020).             

Fellow of the Royal Historical Society (2010).

Senior Fellow of the Academy of Higher Education (2007).

Education/Academic qualification

Not Specified, PhD

17 Nov 199831 Dec 2099

Award Date: 17 Nov 1998

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