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Wendy L. Currie
University of Warwick
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#1Wendy L. CurrieH-Index: 23
#2Daniel Gozman (University of Reading)H-Index: 4
Last. Jonathan J. M. SeddonH-Index: 5
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This article presents the findings from a longitudinal research study on regulatory technology in the UK financial services industry. The financial crisis with serious corporate and mutual fund scandals raised the profile of compliance as governmental bodies, institutional and private investors introduced a ‘tsunami’ of financial regulations. Adopting a multi-level analysis, this study examines how regulatory technology was used by financial firms to meet their compliance obligations, pre- and p...
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#1Wendy L. CurrieH-Index: 23
#2David FinneganH-Index: 5
Part 1: Transforming Healthcare Services Using ICT. Integrating Healthcare. Information Systems (IS) Integration Approaches in Healthcare. Modernizing Healthcare really connecting for health? Integrating Healthcare with ICT. The National Programme for IT (NPfIT): Is there a better way? Part 2: Electronic Health Records. Electronic Records for Patient Centred Healthcare. Integrating Electronic Health Records. Socio-Technical Approaches to EHRs. Part 3: Global ICT Adoption and Implementation in He...
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Abstract Financialization in health care considers the exchange of goods and services as financial instruments. This paper uses multivariate statistical methods to provide comparative cross-country health analysis in two dimensions: ICT infrastructure (availability and access) and Health data (usage and sharing). Based on the quantitative indicators/metrics used in our study, our results reveal three distinct country grouping emerge: Frontrunners, Followers and Laggards. These groupings highligh...
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Computerization has transformed financial markets with high frequency trading displacing human activity with proprietary algorithms to lower latency, reduce intermediary costs, enhance liquidity and increase transaction speed. Following the “Flash Crash” of 2010 which saw the Dow Jones Industrial Average plunge 1000 points within minutes, high frequency trading has come under the radar of multi-jurisdictional regulators. Combining a review of the extant literature on high frequency trading with ...
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Jan 1, 2017 in HICSS (Hawaii International Conference on System Sciences)
#1Heiko Gewald (University of Ulm)H-Index: 11
#2Wendy L. Currie (Warw.: University of Warwick)H-Index: 23
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This study develops a conceptual model of the 7 V′s of big data analytics to gain a deeper understanding of the strategies and practices of high-frequency trading (HFT) in financial markets. HFT is computerized trading using proprietary algorithms. Empirical data collected from HFT firms and regulators in the US and UK reveals competitive asymmetries between HFTs and low-frequency traders (LFTs) operating more traditional forms of market trading. These findings show that HFT gains extensive mark...
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#1Wendy L. Currie (Warw.: University of Warwick)H-Index: 23
#2Jonathan J. M. Seddon (Audencia)H-Index: 5
Last. Ben Van Vliet (IIT: Illinois Institute of Technology)H-Index: 7
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Theoretical and empirical analysis of complex innovation and technology from a multi-disciplinary perspective is often recommended, yet rarely undertaken in management and information systems scholarship. This paper examines high frequency trading as an innovation in financial markets enabled by sophisticated computer technology. Primary data from the US and UK is combined with secondary sources from academic studies, government agencies, financial institutions and the media on the ideologies an...
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