Utica College Launches Online Journal of Economic Crime Management
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Utica (NY) College's Economic Crime Investigation Institute (ECII) has launched the Journal of Economic Crime Management (JECM).

Articles are peer reviewed by the publication's Editorial Board and/or by invited peer reviewers.

The Journal “is intended to provide a forum for the discussion of scholarly and professional issues pertaining to prevention, detection, investigation, prosecution, and management of economic crime, including fraud and cybercrime,” said editors George E. Curtis and Gary R. Gordon in their editor's message in the inaugural issue. “The focus will be on research findings, the advancement of new theories, discussions of key legal and legislative issues, reports on significant advances in technology, and analyses of innovative policies and practices in the field of economic crime.” Curtis is Director of Economic Crime Programs and Associate Professor of Criminal Justice at Utica College. Gordon is Executive Director of the ECII and Professor of Economic Crime Management at Utica College.

Articles in the first issue include:

  • “Identity Fraud: Providing a Solution”
  • “Customer Authentication: The Evolution of Signature Verification in Financial Institutions”
  • “Taming the Beast: The Electronification of the U.S. Check System”
  • “An Electronic Citadel: A Method For Securing Credit Card and Private Consumer Data in E-Business Sites and Database Systems”

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