Thesis Title: 'The dynamics of corporate criminal conduct in the commercial and financial sectors'
Research Interests: Corporate crime, financial crime, international economic sanctions, human rights and civil liberties
Recent Publications and Conference Papers
“The global financial crisis: the case for a stronger criminal response”  Law and Financial Markets Review 159
“The vulnerability of HMRC to penetration by criminal actors”  Journal of Money Laundering Control 153
“Economic Crime and the Global Financial Crisis”  5(4) Law and Financial Markets Review 276
"The Anti-Money Laundering Disclosure Regime and the Collection of Tax in the UK"  55(3) British Tax Review 1
A Shared Responsibility", Fraud Advisory Panel, 2010; "Fraud
and Financial Crime", Research Note, Policy Exchange, 2010
Interests and Affiliations
Jonathan Fisher is a practising barrister specialising in white collar crime, financial regulatory and tax evasion cases. He was appointed Queen’s Counsel in 2003. Jonathan is also a Visiting Professor of Law at LSE where he teaches Corporate Crime, Financial Crime and International Economic Sanctions on the LLM programme.
Personal website: www.jonathan-fisher.co.uk
LSE Staff page: www.lse.ac.uk/collections/law/staff/jonathan-fisher.htm
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