This conference aims to create awareness and interest on topics relating to economics and financial criminology, it will also develop and enhance their skills, either as academics or professional, in the fields of fraud examination and forensic accounting.

 

Conference Outcomes

  • Gain insights from experienced practitioners on latest development and challenges in financial criminology and seeking available solutions for economics and financial crimes.

  • Opportunity to present and discuss the capacity of different theories, methodologies and practical information concerning financial crimes occurring today across and between countries.

  • Obtain information on best practices and use of new techniques of surveillance towards effectives preventive and deterrence fraud management programmes

  • Expand networking opportunities and promote collective and individual research interest through collaborative and arrangements for academicians and practitioners from various fields with inter-disciplinary interests.

 

 

Conference Highlights

  Important Date 

Papers submitted can include the theoretical, practical and legal perspectives of both public and privates sectors and in relation to the conference theme on the following areas:

  • Financial Criminology

  • Forensic Accounting

  • Accounting and Auditing

  • Audit and Investigation of Financial Crimes

  • Computer Forensic and Cyber Crimes

  • Corporate Risks and Corporate Governance

  • Criminal Justice Issues

  • Ethics

  • IT Related Fraud and IT Issues

  • Money Laundering and Terrorism

  • Financial Industry Issues

  • Occupational Crime and Prevention

  • Organized Trans-National Crimes

  • Fraud within Government Linked Companies

  • Governance

  • Strategic Management

   
Abstract Submission 31 March 2020
Decision on Abstract 15 April 2020
Final Paper Submission 31 May 2020
Full Payment 31 May 2020
Conference Date 23-24 July 2020