Data Governance, Analytics and Life Cycle Management
Lemieux, Victoria (Ed.)
2013, XVI, 208 p.
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Addresses critical research challenges and proposes novel approaches to addressing the records and information challenges of effective analysis and management of financial risk
First of a kind exploration of records and information management in finance from a multi and interdisciplinary perspective
Contributors include experienced senior policy advisors and researchers who are influencing the future direction of financial regulation and policy in their respective countries and younger researchers who are conducting ground-breaking research in their areas
The Global Financial Crisis has drawn attention to weaknesses in financial records, information and data. These weaknesses have led to operational risks in financial institutions, flawed bankruptcy and foreclosure proceedings following the Crisis, and inadequacies in financial supervisors’ access to information needed for effective financial analysis and risk management. The unique contribution of this volume is in bringing together researchers in distinct domains that seldom interact to identify theoretical, technological, policy and practical issues related to the management of financial records, information and data. The book will, therefore, appeal to researchers or advanced practitioners in the field of finance and those with an interest in risk management, computer science, cognitive science, sociology, management information systems, information science, and archival science as applied to the financial domain.
Content Level »Research
Keywords »Conceptual Modelling - Data Governance - Digital Preservation - Financial Analysis and Risk Management - Visual Analytics