Current and Selected Foundational Research

Current Research

Selected Foundational Research

This Laureate project grew out of research that commenced in 2013 and was funded by a series of research grants from the Centre for International Finance and Regulation and the Australian Research Council Linkage Projects scheme, in each case supported financially and in other invaluable ways by the United Nations Capital Development Fund (UNCDF).

This section highlights some of the foundational research from 2013 to early 2020. This research underpins much of what we are doing today, and may be of interest to other scholars and practitioners. We produced much more research than what is reproduced here – these are the highlights.

This foundational research has been classified into the following categories – FinTech, RegTech, Cryptocurrency, Financial Inclusion, Mobile Money, Financial System Infrastructure, and Cybersecurity.

These classifications are of necessity a little arbitrary, and some articles could have appeared in a number of categories, but we hope this classification assists in directing readers to their areas of interest.

FinTech
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RegTech
Data-Driven Finance
Cryptocurrencies and Central Bank Digital Currencies
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Financial Inclusion
Regulatory Sandboxes and Innovation Hubs
Infrastructure, Blockchain and Regulation Generally
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Roadmaps and Toolkits for Regulators
Regulating Mobile Money
Cybersecurity in Financial Regulation
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