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Browse Academic Expert Directory

Browse Academic Expert Directory

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Prof Mark Button
Professor
Mark Button is Director of the Centre for Counter Fraud Studies at the Institute of Criminal Justice Studies, University of Portsmouth. Mark has written extensively on counter fraud and private policing issues, publishing many articles, chapters and completing six books with one forthcoming. His latest book (co-authored with Jim Gee) is titled Countering Fraud for Competitive Advantage and published by Wiley. Some of the most significant research projects include leading the research on behalf of the National Fraud Authority and ACPO on fraud victims; the Department for International Development on fraud measurement, Acromas (AA and Saga) on ‘Cash-for-Crash fraudsters’, the Midlands Fraud Forum, Eversheds and PKF on ‘Sanctioning Fraudsters’. Mark has also acted as a consultant for the United Nations Offices on Drugs and Crime on Civilian Private Security Services. Mark also holds the position of Head of Secretariat of the Counter Fraud Professional Accreditation Board. Before joining the University of Portsmouth he was a Research Assistant to the Rt Hon Bruce George MP specialising in policing, security and home affairs issues. Mark completed his undergraduate studies at the University of Exeter, his Masters at the University of Warwick and his Doctorate at the London School of Economics.

Portsmouth
United Kingdom

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Dr Laure Cabantous
Associate Professor
Insurance, and reinsurance industry Underwriting decision-making Roles of models in decision-making (in particular CAT models) Decision Making under uncertainty

Coventry
United Kingdom

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Dr Jose Cadenas
Lecturer
I can speed up critical sections of algorithms by offloading them to dedicated hardware either FPGAs or GPU resources.

Reading
United Kingdom

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Mr Brendan Caffrey
Retired Academic
Interested in workers in banks and trade union members. See my web site at: whyworktoday2967.wordpress.com/

London
United Kingdom

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Prof Tom Cannon
Professor of Strategic Development
Professor of Strategic Development with expertise in: entrepreneurship; small business development; the business, economics, corporate social responsibility and business of sport and leadership. Has worked in Universities, the private and public sector and with companies, cities and governments across the world. Has published 26 books and over 100 papers.

Liverpool
United Kingdom

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Dr Cristiano Cantore
Senior Lecturer
I am macroeconomist with interests in theoretical and empirical topics. The bulk of my research gravitates around the employment and empirical evaluation of Dynamic Stochastic General Equilibrium (DSGE) models. A substantial part of my research is devoted to analyze the consequences of richer supply and technology considerations in business-cycle models. I am also working on monetary and fiscal policy with particular interest in reconciling the outcome of a fiscal stimulus in DSGE models with the results in the empirical literature.

Guildford
United Kingdom

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