The Journal of Financial Crime and the Journal of Money Laundering Control are both official publications of the Cambridge International Symposium on Economic Crime.
Journal of Financial Crime
The Journal of Financial Crime, the leading journal in this field, publishes authoritative, practical and detailed insight in the most serious and topical issues relating to the control and prevention of financial crime and related abuse.
The journal's articles are authored by some of the leading international scholars and practitioners in the fields of law, criminology, economics, criminal justice and compliance. Consequently, articles are perceptive, evidence based and have policy impact.
If you would like your work to be considered for publication in the journal, please submit it here. You can find author guidelines and further details on coverage and editorial team members on the journal’s website.
Journal of Money Laundering Control
The Journal of Money Laundering Control is the world's only quarterly, peer-reviewed journal designed to provide detailed analysis and insight on the latest issues in the law, regulation and control of money laundering and related matters.
The journal's authors include not only leading scholars, but those directly involved at policy and operational levels in fighting money laundering.
If you would like your work to be considered for publication in the journal, please submit it online here.
The Company Lawyer
Closely associated with the symposium and the research it stimulates is The Company Lawyer, published by Sweet and Maxwell. The Company Lawyer was founded by Prof Rider in 1979 to promote collaboration between practitioners and academic lawyers in regard to all legal matters relevant to corporate life.
Other publications and research projects
Over the years the symposium and in particular its regional offspring have spawned numerous publications and research projects. One of the most recent being the Research Handbook on International Financial Crime by Prof Barry Rider.