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>>BOOKS

>>CHAPTERS IN BOOKS

>>ARTICLES IN REFEREED JOURNALS

>>ONLINE ARTICLES & WORKING PAPERS

>>CONFERENCE PAPERS & PRESENTATIONS (* INDICATES INVITED PRESENTATION)

>>PRESENTATIONS TO PARLIAMENTARY COMMITTEES & SUBMISSIONS

>>BOOK REVIEWS

BOOKS

with O'Brien, J. (eds). (2013), Integrity, Risk and Accountability in Capital Markets: Regulating Culture, Hart Publishing, Oxford

with Pratt, J. (eds), (2004), Crime, Truth and Justice: Official Inquiry, Discourse, Knowledge, Willan Publishing, UK

Regulating the Financial Services Sector, (1999), London: Kluwer Law International;

CHAPTERS IN BOOKS

“‘Bad’ Behaviour in International Financial Markets: National and Multi-Lateral Perspectives”, (2013), Chapter Two in Integrity, Risk and Accountability in Capital Markets: Regulating Culture, J. O’Brien & G. Gilligan (eds), Hart Publishing, Oxford, pp.21-40

with O'Brien, J. “Regulating Culture: Problems and Perspectives”, (2013), Introduction in Integrity, Risk and Accountability in Capital Markets: Regulating Culture, J. O’Brien & G. Gilligan (eds), Hart Publishing, Oxford, pp.xv-xxx

with De Zwart, F. “Sustainable Governance in Sporting Organisations”, (2009), in P. Rodriguez, S. Kesanne and H. Dietl (eds), Social Responsibility and Sustainability in Sports, Ediciones de la Universidad de Oviedo: Oviedo, pp.165-227;

“The Significance of Relative Autonomy in How Regulation of the Financial Sector Evolves”, (2007), Chapter Four in J. O’Brien (ed), Private Equity, Corporate Governance and the Dynamics of Capital Market Regulation, Imperial College Press, London, pp.91-116;

with Bowman, D. “How will the regulation of nanotechnology develop? Clues from other sectors”, (2007), Chapter Seventeen in G. Hodge, D. Bowman and K. Ludlow (eds), New Global Frontiers in Regulation: The Age of Nanotechnology, Edward Elgar, Cheltenham, UK, pp.353-381;

with Bowman, D., “Countering Corruption: An Australian Perspective”, (2007), Chapter 9 in L. Holmes (ed), Terrorism, Organised Crime and Corruption: Networks and Linkages, Edward Elgar, Cheltenham, UK; pp.170-191;

“Prospects for the Global Regulation of Markets”, (2006), Chapter Eight in G. Hodge (ed), Privatisation and Market Development: Global Movements in Public Policy Ideas, Edward Elgar, Cheltenham, UK, pp.148-175;

“Multi-lateral regulatory initiatives – a legitimation-based approach”, (2005), Chapter Seven in J. O’ Brien (ed), Governing the Corporation: Regulation and Corporate Governance in an Age of Scandal and Global Markets, Chichester: John Wiley & Sons, pp.121-139;

“Markets, Offshore Sovereignty and Onshore Legitimacy” (2004), Chapter One in D. Masciandaro (ed), Global Financial Crime: Terrorism, Money Laundering and Offshore Centres, Ashgate, Aldershot UK, pp.7-59;

“Official Inquiry, Truth and Criminal Justice”, (2004), Chapter One in G. Gilligan and J. Pratt (eds), Crime, Truth and Justice: Official Inquiry, Discourse, Knowledge, Willan Publishing, UK, pp.11-25;

with Pratt J. “Introduction: crime, truth and justice – official inquiry and the production of knowledge”, (2004), in G. Gilligan and J. Pratt (eds), Crime, Truth and Justice: Official Inquiry, Discourse, Knowledge, Willan Publishing, UK, pp.1-7;

"Investors as Victims", (1999), Chapter Four in L. De Koker, B.A.K. Rider and J. Henning eds., Victims of Economic Crime, Transactions Series 31, Bloemfontein: University of the Orange Free State, pp.39-51;

"The Law and Practice of Money Laundering Regulation in Australia", (1999), in B.A.K. Rider and C.V. Nakajima, eds. Anti-Money Laundering Guide, Bicester: CCH, 90-000-94-075;

"The City of London and the Development of English Financial Services Law", (1998), Chapter One in B.A.K. Rider ed., The Corporate Dimension, Bristol: Jordans, pp.2-21;

"The City of London, The Financial Centre of Europe - A Case Study in Self-Regulation", (1997), Chapter One in B.A.K. Rider and M. Andenas eds. Developments In European Company Law - Vol 1, London: Kluwer Law International, pp.1-17;

ARTICLES IN REFEREED JOURNALS

with O’Brien, J. & Bowman, M., “Sovereign wealth funds”, (2015), The Company Lawyer, Vol.36, No.2, pp.33-40

with Song, D., “Smog, Self Interest and Regulating Markets: The Commons Approach and the Establishment of the European Union Emissions Trading Scheme”, (2014), Law and Financial Markets Review, Vol.8, No.4, pp

with O' Brien, J.and Miller, S. “Culture and the Future of Financial Regulation: How to Embed Restraint in the Interests of Systemic Stability”, (2014), Law and Financial Markets Review, Vol.8, No.2, pp.115-133.

with Bowman, M., “State Capital: Global and Australian Perspectives”, (2014), Seattle University Law Review, Vol.37, No.2, pp.599-640 “Perspectives: Whistleblowing protections and judicial activism in the US Supreme Court”, (2014), Law and Financial Markets Review, Vol.8, No.1, pp.4-7

with Bowman, M. and O’Brien, J. “Foreign investment law and policy in Australia: a critical analysis”, (2014), Law and Financial Markets Review, Vol. 8, No. 1, pp.65-77

with Le Mire, S. “Independence and Independent Company Directors”, (2013), Journal of Corporate Law Studies, Vol.13, No.2, pp.443-475 “The problem of, and with, financial crime”, (2012), Northern Ireland Legal Quarterly, Vol.63, No.4, pp.495-508

“Jérôme Kerviel the “Rogue Trader” of Société Générale: Bad Luck, Bad Apple, Bad Tree or Bad Orchard?”, (2011), The Company Lawyer, Vol.,32, No.12, pp.355-362;

“Sarbanes Oxley and Convergence in Corporate Governance – Views from Australia”, (2011), Australian Journal of Corporate Law, Vol. 25, No.2, pp.150-175;

“Multi-lateral governance of financial markets: the case of sovereign wealth funds”, (2010), Northern Ireland Legal Quarterly, Vol.61, No.4, pp.391-410;

with Bowman, D. “The Private Dimension in the Regulation of Technologies: Developments in the Industrial Chemicals Sector”, (2010), UCLA Journal of Environmental Law and Policy, Vol. 28, No12, pp. 77-121;

“PEEPing at PEPs”, (2009), Journal of Financial Crime, Vol. 16, No.2, pp.137-143;

“SOX as a window on transference of corporate governance norms across jurisdictions”, (2009), Northern Ireland Legal Quarterly, Vol.60, No.4, pp.403-419;

with Bowman, D., “Netting Nano: Regulatory challenges of the internet and nanotechnologies”, (2008), International Review of Law, Computers and Technologies, Vol.22, No.3, pp.231-246;

with Bowman, D. “Australian women and corruption: The gender dimension in perceptions of corruption”, (2008), Journal of Administration and Governance, Vol.3, No.1, pp.1-9;

with Bowman, D.“Public Awareness of Corruption in Australia”, (2007), Journal of Financial Crime, Vol.14, No.4, pp.438-452;

“Business, Risk and Organized Crime”, (2007), Journal of Financial Crime, Vol. 14, No.2, pp.101-112;

“Financial Crime in Australia”, (2007), Journal of the Institute of Economic Affairs, Vol.27, No.1, pp.10-13;

with Bowman, D. “Collar colour?”, (2006), Monash Business Review, Vol.2, No.1, pp.30-33 & Faculty of Law, Monash University Research Paper No. 2006/06 (7 December 2007);

“Managing Risk in Financial Services Contexts", (2005), The Company Lawyer, Vol.26, No.11, pp.341-344;

with Richardson, G. “Perceptions of Tax Fairness and Tax Compliance in Australia and Hong Kong – A Preliminary Study”, (2005), Journal of Financial Crime, Vol.12, No.4, pp.331-343;

“Whither or wither the European Union Savings Tax Directive? – A case study in the political economy of taxation” (2003), Journal of Financial Crime, Vol.11, No.1, pp. 56-72;

“Whistleblowing initiatives – are they merely secrecy games and/or blowing in the wind?” (2003), The Company Lawyer, Vol.24, No.2, pp. 37-40;

"Royal Commissions of Inquiry", (2002), The Australian and New Zealand Journal of Criminology, Vol.35, No.3, pp.289-307;

with Richardson G. “The Taxation/Corruption Paradigm: A Preliminary Investigation of the Influence of Corruption on National Taxation Systems”, (2002), Australian Tax Forum, Vol.17, No.2, pp. 163-200;

“International trends in the regulation of the financial services sector”, (2002), The Australian Journal of Corporate Law, Vol.14, No.1, pp.57-73;

“Going Underground – The Not So New Way To Bank?” (2001), Journal of Financial Crime, Vol.9, No.2, pp.105-108;

“Company Law and the Regulation of Financial Services in the Twenty First Century, a Socio-Legal Perspective", (2001), International and Comparative Corporate Law Journal, Vol.3, No.1, pp.33-47;

“Social and Political Influences in the Reform of Banking Regulation”, (2000), Financial Crime Review, Vol.1, No.2, pp. 57-63;

“Regulating Companies in an Era of Late Modernity”, (2000), The Company Lawyer, Vol.21, No.5, pp.145-150;

“Regulating Against White Collar Crime in the Financial Services Sector”, (2000), Journal of Financial Crime, Vol.8, No.1, pp.7-11;

with Latimer, P. “False Trading and Market Manipulation Provisions of Australian Corporations Law and its Future Directions", (2000), Financial Crime Review, Vol.1, No.1, pp.29-38;

“The Potential of Socio-Legal Approaches in the Development of Company Law”, (2000), The Company Lawyer, Vol.21, No.4, pp.127-128;

with Bird, H. and Ramsay, I. “Civil Penalties and the Enforcement of Directors’ Duties”, (1999), UNSW Law Journal, 22 (2), pp.417-461;

“Organised Crime and Corrupting the Political System” (1999), Journal of Financial Crime, Vol.7, No.2, pp.147-154;

with Bird, H. and Ramsay, I. (1999),The Efficacy of Civil Penalty Sanctions Under the Australian Corporations Law, Canberra: AIC;

"The Implications of 'Big Bang': An Australian Experience" (1999), Journal of Financial Crime, Vol.7, No.1, pp.79-82;

"Policing the Markets: Structures and Policies" (1999), Journal of Financial Crime, Vol.6, No.4, pp.362-366;

"The Origins of UK Financial Services Regulation" (1997), The Company Lawyer, Vol 18, No 6, pp.167-176;

"The Michael Lawrence Sacking - A Confirmation of the Regulatory Traditions of the Stock Exchange and the City of London?" (1997), Journal of Financial Crime, Vol.4, No.3, pp.207-214;

"The Relevance of White Collar Criminology to Financial Services Regulation", Journal of Financial Crime, (1995), Vol.3, No.1, pp.46-48;

"Historical Touchstones in the Regulation of the Financial Services Sector", (1992), Journal of Regulatory Law and Practice, Vol.1, No.1, pp.63-71;

ONLINE ARTICLES & WORKING PAPERS

The Financial System Inquiry and the importance of human systems over technical systems, 19 December 2014, http://www.clmr.unsw.edu.au/article//the-financial-system-inquiry-and-th...

Benchmark Reform and the Future of Financial Regulation, 1 December 2014, http://www.clmr.unsw.edu.au/article/market-conduct-regulation/capital-ma...

Too Big To Fail - Some Regulatory Dots Connected But Still a Way to Go, 4 November 2014, http://www.clmr.unsw.edu.au/article/market-conduct-regulation/capital-ma....

Financial benchmarks, the G20 and the path to reform, 22 October 2014, http://www.clmr.unsw.edu.au/article//financial-benchmarks%2C-the-g20-and...

ASIC deep fries a Big Mac, 23 August 2014, http://clmr.unsw.edu.au/article/market-conduct-regulation/asic-deep-frie...

with O’Brien, J., Regulatory conference: a worthy legacy for the Financial System Inquiry, Compliance Complete Bulletin, Reuters Thompson, 22 August 2014, http://www.complinet.com/global/news/news/article.html?ref=173835&bullet...

with Bowman, M.and O’Brien, J., China’s SOEs test the waters in the South China Sea, East Asia Forum, 4 August 2014, http://www.clmr.unsw.edu.au/article/market-conduct-regulation/china%E2%8...

with O'Brien, J. & Bowman, M., “Sovereign Wealth Funds: the good guy investment actors?” (2014), University of New South Wales Law Research Paper No. 2014-24, http://papers.ssrn.com/sol3/papers.cfm?abstract_id=2438148

with Bowman, M.and O’Brien, J., China’s SOEs test the waters in the South China Sea, East Asia Forum, 24 July 2014, http://www.eastasiaforum.org/2014/07/24/chinas-soes-test-the-waters-in-t...

"Toxic Sales Cultures and Political Fall-out", (2014), http://www.clmr.unsw.edu.au/article/market-conduct-regulation/toxic-sale...

with O' Brien, J. and Bowman, M., “Sovereign Wealth Funds: the good guy investment actors?” (2014), University of New South Wales Law Research Paper No. 2014-24, http://papers.ssrn.com/sol3/papers.cfm?abstract_id=2438148

"ASIC, the Commonwealth Bank of Australia, business cultures and the giving of financial wisdom", (2014), http://www.clmr.unsw.edu.au/article/market-conduct-regulation/asic%2C-th...

"ASIC publishes its report on penalties for corporate wrongdoing – a springboard from which to kick some regulatory goals?" (2014), http://www.clmr.unsw.edu.au/article/market-conduct-regulation/capital-ma...

with O' Brien, J. and Bowman, M, “Sovereign Wealth Funds: The Good Guy Investment Actors?”, (2014), Centre for Law, Markets and Regulation Research Paper Series, Working Paper 14-2, http://www.clmr.unsw.edu.au/resource/market-conduct-regulation/capital-m...

"US Supreme Court blows the whistle on Fidelity and expands the field for whistleblower coverage", (2014), http://www.clmr.unsw.edu.au/article/market-conduct-regulation/capital-ma...

with Bowman, M. and O’Brien, J. “Australian Foreign Law and Investment Policy in the Asian Century”, (2014), Centre for Law, Markets and Regulation Research Paper Series, Working Paper 14-1, http://www.clmr.unsw.edu.au/resource/market-conduct-regulation/state-cap...

with Bowman, M.and O’Brien, J. “China Investing in the World, Practitioner Version”, (2013), Centre for International Finance and Regulation, Working Paper 005/2013, http://www.cifr.edu.au/site/Library/Research_Working_Papers.aspx "No Thanksgiving Gifts for US Conglomerate Archer Daniels Midland", (2013), http://www.clmr.unsw.edu.au/article//no-thanksgiving-gifts-for-us-conglo...

with Bowman, M. and O’Brien, J. “China: Investing in the World”, (2013), University of New South Wales Law Research Paper No. 2013-70, http://papers.ssrn.com/sol3/papers.cfm?abstract_id=2331833

with Bowman, M. and O’Brien, J. “The Global Impact of State Capital”, (2013), University of New South Wales Law Research Paper No. 2013-54, http://www.clmr.unsw.edu.au/resource/market-conduct-regulation/clmr-work...

with Bowman, M.and O’Brien, J. “China Investing in the World”, (2013), Centre for Law, Markets and Regulation Research Paper Series, Working Paper 13-5, http://www.clmr.unsw.edu.au/resource/market-conduct-regulation/clmr-work... Deferred Prosecutions: Now the UK Jumps on Board (2013), http://www.clmr.unsw.edu.au/article//deferred-prosecutions%3A-now-the-uk...

with Bowman, M.and O’Brien, J. “China Investing in the World”, (2013), Centre for International Finance and Regulation, Working Paper 005/2013, http://www.cifr.edu.au/site/Library/Research_Working_Papers.aspx

with Bowman, M. and O’Brien, J. “The Global Impact of State Capital, Practitioner Version”, (2013), Centre for International Finance and Regulation, Working Paper, http://papers.ssrn.com/sol3/papers.cfm?abstract_id=2311889 The JP Morgan Scandal II: Just a story of two more rogue traders? (2013), http://www.clmr.unsw.edu.au/article//the-jp-morgan-scandal-ii%3A-just-a-...

with Bowman, M. and O’Brien, J. “The Global Impact of State Capital”, (2013), Centre for Law, Markets and Regulation Research Paper Series, Working Paper 13-2, http://www.clmr.unsw.edu.au/resource/market-conduct-regulation/clmr-work...

The JP Morgan Scandal I: Of Whales, Tempests and Teapots, (2013), http://www.clmr.unsw.edu.au/article//the-jp-morgan-scandal-i%3A-of-whale...

with Bowman, M., “State Capital: Global and Australian Perspectives”, (2013), UNSW Law Research Paper2013-41, http://papers.ssrn.com/sol3/papers.cfm?abstract_id=2293546 Inquiries and the Financial Sector, (2013), http://www.clmr.unsw.edu.au/article//inquiries-and-the-financial-sector

with Bowman, M., “State Capital: Global and Australian Perspectives”, (2013), Centre for Law, Markets and Regulation Research Paper Series, http://www.clmr.unsw.edu.au/resource/market-conduct-regulation/state-cap...

Tentative Steps Towards Whistleblowing Protection, (2013), http://www.clmr.unsw.edu.au/article//tentative-steps-towards-whistleblow...

Safe Port in a Storm: The Legacy of the Boston Tea Party, (2013), http://www.clmr.unsw.edu.au/article//safe-port-in-a-storm%3A-the-legacy-...

with Bowman, M., ‘What’s the State of Play? The Effects of State Capital Investment in Australia and Regulatory Implications’, (2013), Centre for Law, Markets and Regulation Research Paper Series, Working Paper 13-1, http://www.clmr.unsw.edu.au/resource/market-conduct-regulation/clmr-work...

The Ethics of Whistleblowing: PRISM Evaluated, (2013), http://www.clmr.unsw.edu.au/article//the-ethics-of-whistleblowing%3A-pri...

In The Line of Fire: ASIC and the Senate, (2013), http://www.clmr.unsw.edu.au/article//in-the-line-of-fire%3A-asic-and-the...

with Bowman, M. The Changing Global Economy and State Capital Investment, (2013), http://www.clmr.unsw.edu.au/article/market-conduct-regulation/the-changi...

A Chilly BREEze for Inward Investment, (2013), http://www.clmr.unsw.edu.au/article/market-conduct-regulation/a-chilly-b...

Whistleblower Protection and Accountability, (2013), http://www.clmr.unsw.edu.au/article//whistleblower-protection-and-accoun... Drawn to the Light:

Will the EU Plan for Capping Bonuses Work?, (2013), http://www.clmr.unsw.edu.au/article//drawn-to-the-light%3A-will-the-eu-p...

The Bounty Hunter as Whistleblower: Problems and Perspectives, (2013), http://www.clmr.unsw.edu.au/article//the-bounty-hunter-as-whistleblower%...

with Le Mire, S. “Developing a More Complete Understanding of the Independence of Corporate Directors’, (2012), University of Adelaide Law Research Paper No. 2012-35, http://papers.ssrn.com/sol3/papers.cfm?abstract_id=2180671

with O’Brien, J. & Greenacre, J.,“The Great Game Rebooted or the Long March to Acceptance? The Legal and Policy Impediments to Chinese Investment in Australian Corporations and Business Opportunities”, (2012),Centre for Law, Regulation and Markets Research Paper Series, Working Paper No. 12-4, http://www.clmr.unsw.edu.au/sites/default/files/attached_files/clmr_work...

with Greenacre, J., Introducing the Australia in the Asia Century White Paper Part II, (2012), http://www.clmr.unsw.edu.au/article//introducing-the-australia-in-the-a...

with Greenacre, J., Introducing the Australia in the Asia Century White Paper Part I, (2012), http://www.clmr.unsw.edu.au/article//introducing-the-austra...

Resetting LIBOR? Is it possible or desirable? (2012), http://www.clmr.unsw.edu.au/article//resetting-lib...

The Libor Scandal – another example of neutralised and routinised deviance in the financial services sector? (2012), http://www.clmr.unsw.edu.au/article//the-libor-scand...

The Proposed Guidance by the Commodity Futures Trading Commission on OTC Derivatives Reform – Driving towards regulatory cohesion, confusion or imperialism? (2012), http://www.clmr.unsw.edu.au/article/market-conduct-regul...

The Financial Stability Board II: A Tale of Sherpas and Traffic Lights – An Uphill but Positive Track for the FSB? (2012), http://www.clmr.unsw.edu.au/article//the-financial-stability-board...

The Financial Stability Board I: A Key Emerging Player in the Regulation of Global Finance, (2012), http://www.clmr.unsw.edu.au/article//the-financial-stability-board...

IOSCO III – When the rubber hits the road…the case of IOSCO policy agendas and reform of Money Market Funds, (2012), http://www.clmr.unsw.edu.au/article//iosco-iii%3A-when-the-rubber...

IOSCO II: Agenda and Obstacles, (2012),
http://www.clmr.unsw.edu.au/article//ios...

IOSCO I: The Story to Date, (2012),
http://www.clmr.unsw.edu.au/article//iosco-i%3A--the-story-t...

The Oxford Project: Arresting the Downward Spiral by Harnessing the Restraining Power of Whistleblowing II, (2012), http://www.clmr.unsw.edu.au/article//arrestin...

The Oxford Project: Arresting the Downward Spiral by Harnessing the Restraining Power of Whistleblowing I, (2012), http://www.clmr.unsw.edu.au/article//the-oxford-p...

State Capital, Sovereign Wealth Funds and the Future Fund II, (2012), http://www.clmr.unsw.edu.au/article//state-capit...

State Capital, Sovereign Wealth Funds and the Future Fund I, (2012), http://www.clmr.unsw.edu.au/article//state-cap...

with de Zwart F. “Comparative Corporate Governance Schemes and their Relevance for the Sporting Sector”, (2008), Monash University Department of Business Law & Taxation Research Paper No.16, http://papers.ssrn.com/sol3/papers.cfm?abstract_id=1295682;

“The Regulatory Dance in Tax Competition – A Case Study in Multi-Lateral Governance”, (2008), Monash University Department of Business Law & Taxation Research Paper No.11, http://ssrn.com/abstract=1090118;

“Royal Commissions”, (2008), in W.A. Darity (ed), International Encyclopedia of the Social Sciences, Vol. 7, 2nd Edition, Macmillan, Detroit, pp.291-292;

CONFERENCE PAPERS & PRESENTATIONS (* INDICATES INVITED PRESENTATION)

*with O’Brien, J. “International Integration and Regulatory Culture”, (2014), Allens Seminar on the Financial System Inquiry, Sydney, 4 August 2014

* with O' Brien, J. and Miller, S., (2014), “Culture and the Future of Financial Regulation: How to Embed Restraint in the Interests of Systemic Stability”, Harvard Symposium on Institutional Corruption and the Capital Markets, 23 May 2014,

* with O’Brien, J. and Bowman, M., “Foreign Capital and Investment”, (2014), Centre for International Finance and Regulation Symposium, Financial System Inquiry, Sydney, 7 May 2014, http://www.cifr.edu.au/site/Events/Financial_System_Inquiry.aspx

*with Bowman, M., and O’Brien, J. “Foreign Law and Investment Policy in Australia: A Critical Analysis”, (2014), Centre for International Finance and Regulation Symposium, Financial Markets Developments Stream, Sydney, 13 February 2014

*“Around and around we go – the ubiquity of economic crime”, (2013), Thirty-First International Symposium on Economic Crime, Fighting Economic Crime in the Modern World, The role of the private sector – partners and problems, Jesus College, University of Cambridge, 1-7 September 2013

* “Dilemmas regarding organised crime”, (2013), Thirty-First International Symposium on Economic Crime, Fighting Economic Crime in the Modern World, The role of the private sector – partners and problems, Jesus College, University of Cambridge, 1-7 September 2013

*“The Governance of Financial Benchmarks”, (2013), Regulatory Engagement, Design and Strategy: Problems and Perspectives, Sydney, 26 July 2013

*with Bowman, M., “What’s the State of Play? The Effects of State Capital Investment in Australia and Regulatory Implications’, (2013), Berle V, Capital Markets, the Corporation and the Asia Century: Governance, Accountability and the Future of Corporate Law, Sydney, 12-15 May 2013

* with O’Brien, J, The Challenges of State Capitalism, (2012), Centre for International Finance and Regulation Seminar, Sydney, 7 December 2012 http://www.cifr.edu.au/assets/document/Meet%20the%20Researcher%20%20-%20...

*“Countering ‘bad’ behaviour in international financial markets: the potential for multi-lateral regulatory activism”, Forum on Regulating Culture in Financial Organisations, Melbourne Law School, University of Melbourne, 29 November 2012 with Booth, R., Gordon-Brown, L., Kidston, R. & Weterings, T, (2012),

“Success in Australian Sport: Drivers and Barriers”, 18th SMAANZ Conference, Sport Innovation and Engagement, University of Technology, Sydney, 27-29 November 2012

“A Pretty Taxing Sort of Issue – The European Union as a Proactive Actor in Multi-Lateral Taxation Contexts”, Conference on The External Relations of the European Union: Historical and Contemporary Perspectives, Melbourne, 24-25 September 2009;

“Destabilisation of Financial Institutions – culpability and accountability?”, Twenty Seventh International Symposium on Economic Crime, Cambridge, UK, 30 August – 6 September 2009;

* with de Zwart, F. “Governance, Revenue Generation and Sustainability Relationships in Sport”, University of Oviedo in Gijon IV Annual Sports Economics Conference, Social Responsibility and Sustainability in Sports, 8-9 May 2009;

* with Bowman, D. “Self-regulation by industry: Sufficient to protect the consumer, the company and the technology?” Conference on Nanotech Regulatory Policy, University of California at Los Angeles, 17 April 2009;

* “Did the Sox Fit? Australian Perceptions of Sarbanes Oxley”, The International Colloquium: Regulatory Regime Change in World Financial Markets – the case of Sarbanes Oxley, Queen’s University, Belfast, 17-18 September 2008;

“Privacy, Confidentiality – things of the past?”, Twenty Sixth International Symposium on Economic Crime, Cambridge, UK, 31 August – 7 September 2008;

“The Transnational Problem that is Financial Crime”, International Society of Criminology, XVth World Congress, Barcelona, Spain, 20-25 July 2008;

* “Normative Dimensions in Regulatory Praxis – trying to join some of the dots”, Australasian Compliance Institute 2008 Conference – Using Regulation to Change Organisational Culture for the Long Term, Melbourne, 15-16 May 2008;

“Multi-lateral issues in policing against financial crime”, British Society of Criminology Conference 2007, London School of Economics, 18-20 September 2007;

“The OECD as a leader in developments in multi-lateral governance”, European Consortium on Political Research 2007 Conference, University of Pisa, 6-8 September 2007;

* “Politically Exposed Persons – A Tricky Category?”, (2007), Twenty Fifth International Symposium on Economic Crime, Cambridge, UK, 2-9 September 2007;

* “Expecting Too Much? Enforcement Limitations in the Regulation of Financial Markets”, (2007), Conflicting Interests: Evaluating Regulation, Ethics and Accountability in Capital Markets Governance, Australian National University, Canberra, 14-15 March 2007;

with Bonollo, F. “The Relationship Between Good Governance and Sustainability in Australian Sport”, Australian Corporate Law Teachers Conference, Melbourne, 4-6 February 2007;

with Bowman, D. “Netting Nano – Regulatory Challenges of the Internet and Nanotechnology”, Frontiers of Regulation – Assessing Scholarly Debates and Policy Challenges Conference, Bath, UK, 7-8 September 2006;

* with Bowman, D. “Market Power and International Legitimacy: Emerging Trends in the International Regulatory Frameworks for Nanotechnology”, New Global Regulatory Frontiers: Evaluating What Will Work in Nanotechnology Conference, Melbourne, 17-18 July 2006;

* "Organised Crime and Business: Issues of Definition and Risk”, Twenty Fourth International Symposium on Economic Crime, Cambridge, UK, 3-10 September 2006;

* “Conceptualising regulation as heritage and the potential of this approach for enhancing accountability”, The Enhancing Accountability in Corporations: Challenges and Prospects, Corporate Accountability Conference at the Novotel Hotel, Melbourne City on 8 - 9 February 2006

"A Cellular Theory of Regulation”, The Annual Governance Network and Regulatory Institutions Network Conference, Governance and Meta-Regulation, The Australian National University, 6 - 8 December 2004;

* “Multilateral Approaches to Managing Markets”, London Colloquium on Privatisation and Market Development: Global Movements in Public Policy Ideas”, Sheraton Belgravia, London, 23-24 September 2004;

* “Who is in charge of my back yard anyway? International: local tensions in the governance of financial markets”, The International Colloquium: Governing the Corporation – Mapping the Loci of Power in Corporate Governance Design, Queen’s University, Belfast, 20-21 September 2004;

with Lewis C., Coghill K., Bowman D. and Hodge G. “Australian Initiatives Against Corruption”, Corruption, Organised Crime and Terrorism: Europe and Australia Compared, International conference held at The University of Melbourne, 6-7 November 2003;

* “Avoiding and controlling risk in the financial sector”, Twenty First International Symposium on Economic Crime, Cambridge, UK, 8-15 September 2003;

“Offshore finance centres: favelas or resorts of the international financial sector? – Some thoughts on multi-lateral regulatory approaches to white-collar crime”, The International Society of Criminology Thirteenth World Congress of Criminology, REDUCING CRIME AND PROMOTING JUSTICE: Challenges to Science, Policy and Practice, Rio de Janeiro, Brazil, August 10-15, 2003;

* "Off-shore finance centres and their regulation”, September 11: myth and reality –terrorism, financial markets and off-shore centers, International conference held at Instituto per gli Studi di Politica Internazionale, Palazzo Clerici, Milan, 19 September 2002;

* “Whistleblowing and the Protection of Sources of Information”, Twentieth International Symposium on Economic Crime, Cambridge, 8-15 September 2002;

“Crime and financial markets – what’s new, or not so new?” European Society of Criminology Conference 2002, European Criminology: Sharing Borders, Sharing a Discipline, Toledo, Spain, September 5-7 2002;

with Richardson G. “An empirical study of the influence of corruption on national taxation systems”, 5th International Conference on Tax Administration, Sydney, 4-5 April 2002;

with Richardson, G. “Corruption and Taxation”, Corporate Crime Workshop 2002, Melbourne, 13 February 2002;

“The Increasing Regulatory Activism in the Financial Sector of International Organisations”, 12th Annual Corporate Law Teachers’ Association Conference – Corporations and Financial Regulation in the Digital Economy, Monash University, 10-12 February 2002;

* “Underground Banking Systems and their Impact on the Control of Money Laundering”, Nineteenth International Symposium on Economic Crime, Cambridge, 9-16 September 2001;

“Representations of the Public Good and Private Interest in Financial Services Regulation”, Australia and New Zealand Society of Criminology, Fifteenth Annual Conference, University of Melbourne, 21-23 February 2001;

* “The Global Financial Markets of Today and Tomorrow”, Eighteenth International Symposium on Economic Crime, Cambridge, 10-17 September 2000;

* “Corruption and Culture” International Seminar on Corruption and Bribery Crime Prevention, Shanghai, 26-28 October 1999;

* “The Future of White Collar Crime in the Financial Services Sector”, National Corporate Crime Liaison Groups Conference, Melbourne, 20 October 1999.

* “The Public Interest and Crime Prevention”, Nineteenth Biennial International Conference on Preventing Crime, Melbourne, 17-20 October 1999;

* “New Strategies for Enforcing Commercial Laws”, Conference on the Enforcement of Commercial Laws, Cambridge, 18 September 1999;

* “Confidentiality – professional and otherwise”, Seventeenth International Symposium on Economic Crime, Jesus College, Cambridge, 12-17 September 1999;

* “Social and Environmental Responsibilities of the Company in an Era of Late-Modernity”, Conference on the Company of the Twenty First Century, Cambridge, 8-9 September 1999;

with Bird, H. and Ramsay, I. "Directors Duties and the Civil Penalties Regime", Australian Corporate Law Teachers Conference, Melbourne, 8-10 February 1999;

* "Regulatory Change in the Australian Financial Sector", Conference on Anglo-Japanese Law, Cambridge, September 1998;

* "Theoretical Perspectives on Victim Investors", Conference on Empowering Victims of Economic Crime, Cambridge, September 1998;

* "Corruption of Political Systems", Sixteenth International Symposium on Economic Crime, Jesus College, Cambridge, 13-19 September 1998;

* "The Criminal Law and Financial Markets", Sixteenth International Symposium on Economic Crime, Jesus College, Cambridge, 13-19 September 1998;

* "Organised Crime and Developments in Technology", Fifteenth International Symposium on Economic Crime, Jesus College, Cambridge, 14-20 September 1997;

* "Civil Liberties and Privacy - The Question of Balance", Fourteenth International Symposium on Economic Crime, Jesus College, Cambridge, 8-13 September 1996;

* "Strategies Against Corruption", Fourteenth International Symposium on Economic Crime, Jesus College, Cambridge, 8-13 September 1996;

* "Secret and Dirty Money - A Threat To Stability and Security", Thirteenth International Symposium on Economic Crime, Jesus College, Cambridge, 10-16 September 1995;

* "The Enterprise of Crime", Twelfth International Symposium on Economic Crime, Jesus College, Cambridge, 11-17 September 1994;

* "The Role of Compliance", International Conference on Insider Dealing and Conflicts of Interest, University of Cambridge, 17-19 July 1994;

* "The Impact of Euro-Crime Outside Europe", Eleventh International Symposium on Economic Crime, Jesus College, Cambridge, 12-18 September 1993;

* "Hiding Money - The Laundering Process", Tenth International Symposium on Economic Crime, Jesus College Cambridge, 12-18 July 1992;

* "Economic Crime", Ninth International Symposium on Economic Crime, Jesus College Cambridge, 4-9 August 1991;

"'Guinness is good for you?' prospects for corporate regulatory reform in Britain in the 1990s", British Criminology Conference, University of York, 24-27 July 1991;

"A Harm Based Approach To Financial Services Regulation", Second International Conference upon Fraud, Corruption and Business Crime, University of Liverpool, 17-19 April 1991;

* "The Victorian Initiatives", International Conference on Drinking and Public Disorder, University of Oxford, 4 December 1990;

"Royal Commissions of Inquiry - Regal Game Shows?", The Australian Sociology Association, 1989 Conference, La Trobe University, Bundoora, Victoria, 8-12 December 1989;

"The Political Origins of the National Crime Authority", Australia and New Zealand Society of Criminology, Fifth Annual Conference, University of Sydney, N.S.W., 10-12 July 1989;

"The National Crime Authority, Australia’s 'Secret Agent' of Legislative Change?" , Australia and New Zealand Society of Criminology, Fourth Annual Conference, University of Sydney, N.S.W., 22-24 August 1988.

PRESENTATIONS TO PARLIAMENTARY COMMITTEES & SUBMISSIONS

with O’Brien, J. and Gilligan, G., Supplementary submission on notice to the Parliamentary Joint Committee on Corporations and Financial Services Inquiry into proposals to lift the professional, ethical and education standards in the financial services industry, (2014), http://www.aph.gov.au/Parliamentary_Business/Committees/Joint/Corporatio...

Appearance before the Parliamentary Joint Committee on Corporations and Financial Services Inquiry into proposals to lift the professional, ethical and education standards in the financial services industry, Public Hearing, Melbourne, 13 October 2014, http://www.aph.gov.au/Parliamentary_Business/Committees/Joint/Corporatio...

with O’Brien, J. Submission to the Parliamentary Joint Committee on Corporations and Financial Services Inquiry into proposals to lift the professional, ethical and education standards in the financial services industry, (2014), http://www.aph.gov.au/Parliamentary_Business/Committees/Joint/Corporatio...

with O’Brien, J. Second Round Submission to the Financial System Inquiry, (2014), http://fsi.gov.au/consultation/second-round-submissions/

with O’Brien, J. First Round Submission to the Financial System Inquiry, (2014), http://fsi.gov.au/consultation/submissions20140520/

with O’Brien, J. Appearance before The Senate Economic References Committee Inquiry into the Performance of the Australian Securities and Investments Commission - ASIC, Public Hearing, Sydney, 19 February 2014, http://parlinfo.aph.gov.au/parlInfo/search/display/display.w3p;query=Id%...

with O’Brien, J. Submission to The Financial System Inquiry Regarding its Draft Terms of Reference (2013), http://www.treasury.gov.au/ConsultationsandReviews/Consultations/2013/fi...

with O’Brien, J. Submission to The Senate Economic References Committee Inquiry into the Performance of the Australian Securities and Investments Commission - ASIC, (2013), http://www.aph.gov.au/Parliamentary_Business/Committees/Senate/Economics...

“Financial services regulation in Australia”, (2011), Commonwealth of Australia, Joint Parliamentary Committee on Corporations and Financial Services, Oversight of the Australian Securities and Investments Commission, Hearing, Sydney, 25 November 2011, Canberra: Official Committee Hansard, pp.1-8;

Submission paper, (2006), Productivity Commission, Regulation Benchmarking Study

“Australia as a provider of global financial services”, (2000), Prudential supervision, global financial services and superannuation guarantee charge, Commonwealth of Australia, Senate Select Committee on Superannuation and Financial Services, Hearing, Sydney, 16 May 2000, Canberra: Hansard, pp.144-158;

BOOK REVIEWS

Review of: Tillman, R. (1999), Broken Promises: Fraud by Small Business Health Insurers, Boston: Northeastern University Press, International Journal of the Sociology of Law, Vol.28, No.2, (2000), pp.182-183;

Review of: Albanese, J.S. (1996) Organized Crime in America, Third Edition, Cincinnati: Anderson Publishing, Criminal Justice Matters, No.26, (1996), pp.27-28;

Review of: Savelsberg, J.J. (1995), Constructing White Collar Crime, Philadelphia: University of Pennsylvania Press, International Journal of the Sociology of Law, Vol.23, No.4, (1995), pp.424-426;

Reviews of: Croall, H. (1992), White Collar Crime, Buckingham: Open University Press; and Robb, G. (1992), White Collar Crime in Modern England - Financial Fraud and Business Morality, 1845-1929, Cambridge: Cambridge University Press, International Journal of the Sociology of Law, (1993), Vol 21, No 1, pp.95-99;

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