The Global Financial Crisis and the Eurozone crisis that has followed have 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 records and information for the purposes of a prudential response. Research is needed to identify the practices that will provide the records, information and data needed to support more 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.
|Publisher:||Springer Berlin Heidelberg|
|Product dimensions:||6.10(w) x 9.25(h) x 0.02(d)|
Table of ContentsChapter1:Records and Information Management for Financial Analysis and Risk Management.- Chapter 2: Monitoring Financial Stability in a Complex World.- Chapter 3: The Office of Financial Research and Operation Risk.- Chapter 4: Using Conceptual Models to Theorize about the Relationship between Records and Risk in the Global Financial Crisis.- Chapter 5: The Application of Visual Analytics to Financial Decision-Making and Risk Management.- Chapter 6: A Functional Framework for Evaluating Financial Visualization Products.- Chapter 7: Coping with Messiness and Fogginess in Financial Information Management.- Chapter 8: Preserving Digital Records.