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Dr Jackie Harvey is Professor of Financial Management and Director of Business Research at Newcastle Business School. Coming from the school of critical scholars, her evidence-based work challenges existing frameworks and approaches. The overall contribution to the discipline is around two main themes.  The primary focus is anti-money laundering policy and asset recovery; the second is the criminal interface with internal organisational structure.  This second area has produced work looking at the impact of morality within financial institutions and at the breakdown in interagency working in relation to child protection.

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 (www.cross-border-crime.net) that brings together researchers from across Europe. Her main teaching interests focus on financial crime, risk and financial market regulation. She undertakes a full range of academic duties including doctoral supervision and examination, external examining and peer review. 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.

 

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Education, PCAP

30 Jun 200231 Dec 2099

Award Date: 30 Jun 2002

Economics, PhD

30 Jun 199231 Dec 2099

Award Date: 30 Jun 1992

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