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Prof Jacqueline Jackie Harvey

Professor of Financial Management, Director of Business Research

Department: Newcastle Business School

Dr Jackie Harvey is Professor of Financial Management and Director of Business Research at Newcastle Business School.

Dr Jackie Harvey is Professor of Financial Management and Director of Business Research at Newcastle Business School. Her research is focused in the area of criminal financial management, in particular money laundering.  Early outputs considered costs and benefits of regulatory compliance before moving on to evaluate the effectiveness of the Anti-Money Laundering Framework.  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. Her main teaching interests focus on risk and investment management together with financial market regulation.  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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BSc (Hons), PCAP, PhD, ILTHE

Research Themes and Scholarly Interests

Anti-money laundering; asset recovery; financial market regulation

Risk, investment management, financial market regulation

Current/Recent Projects

SME Access to Finance, funded through North East Access to Finance 2011, £61,952, PI

Key Publications

Harvey, Jackie, Hornsby, Robert and Sattar, Zebeida (2015) Disjointed Service: An English Case Study of Multi-Agency Provision in Tackling Child Trafficking. The British Journal of Criminology, 55 (3). pp. 494-513. ISSN 0007-0955

Harvey, Jackie, Hutchinson, Michael and Peacock, Adam (2014) AML and the Political Power Weight. In: Corruption, Greed and Crime Money: Sleaze and Shady Economy in Europe and Beyond. Wolf Legal, The Netherlands, pp. 211-234. ISBN 978-9462401280

Harvey, Jackie (2014) Asset Recovery: Substantive or Symbolic? In: Dirty Assets: Emerging Issues in the Regulation of Criminal and Terrorist Assets. Law, Justice and Power . Ashgate, Farnham. ISBN 9781409462538

Harvey, Jackie and Bosworth-Davies, Rowan (2013) Drawing the line in the sand: trust, integrity and regulatory misdemeanour. Security Journal. pp. 1-18. ISSN 0955-1662 (In Press)

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Accounting and Financial Management

The Accounting Unit of Newcastle Business School develops individuals to achieve their leadership, accounting and employability potential through professionally relevant, research engaged education.

The Accounting and Financial Management subject group undertakes practice relevant research in a range of applied subject areas, enabling us to interpret developments in what is a very fast changing subject field.

Apart from the highlighted examples of policy relevant research, other projects that have focused on disclosure narrative include the use of environmental information by airline companies in their annual reports and the disclosure of charitable giving policies by FTSE 100 companies.

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