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Volumes 1 - 5 were published under the journal name "Shidler Journal of Law, Commerce + Technology".

Volume 8

Issue 3 Mobile Money Symposium 2013

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155 Introduction to Mobile Money in Developing Countries: Financial Inclusion and Financial Integrity Conference Special Issue

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Jane K. Winn and Louis de Koker
165 The 2012 Revised FATF Recommendations: Assessing and Mitigating Mobile Money Integrity Risks Within the New Standards Framework

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Louis de Koker
197 Governance of Global Mobile Money Networks:The Role of Technical Standards

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Jane K. Winn
245 Privacy and Security Concerns Associated with Mobile Money Applications in Africa

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Andrew Harris, Seymour Goodman, and Patrick Traynor
265 The Role of UNCITRAL Texts in Promoting a Harmonized Legal Framework for Cross-Border Mobile Payments

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Luca G. Castellani
285 Mobile Money as an Engine of Financial Inclusion and Lynchpin of Financial Integrity

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Claire Alexandre and Lynn Chang Eisenhart
303 The Role of Anti-Money Laundering Law in Mobile Money Systems in Developing Countries

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Emery S. Kobor
317 Mobile Money, Financial Inclusion and Financial Integrity: The South African Case

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Vivienne A. Lawack
347 M-Payments in Brazil: Notes on How a Country’s Background May Determine Timing and Design of a Regulatory Model

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Gilberto Martins de Almeida
375 Safaricom and M-PESA in Kenya: Financial Inclusion and Financial Integrity

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Mercy W. Buku and Michael W. Meredith
401 Reporting of Suspicious Activity by Mobile Money Service Providers in Accordance with International Standards: How Does it Impact on Financial Inclusion?

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Miriam Goldby
419 Mobile Payments In The United States: How Disintermediation May Affect Delivery of Payment Functions, Financial Inclusion and Anti-Money Laundering Issues

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Erin F. Fonté