By Marius-Cristian Frunza
Introduction to the Theories and types of smooth Crime in monetary Markets explores statistical tools and knowledge mining innovations that, if used properly, may help with crime detection and prevention. the 3 sections of the ebook current the tools, concepts, and techniques for spotting, examining, and eventually detecting and fighting monetary frauds, specially advanced and complex crimes that symbolize sleek monetary markets.
The first sections attract readers with technical backgrounds, describing info research and how one can control markets and dedicate crimes. The 3rd part offers existence to the data via a chain of interviews with bankers, regulators, attorneys, investigators, rogue investors, and others.
The booklet is sharply interested in interpreting the starting place of against the law from an financial point of view, exhibiting sizeable info in motion, noting either the professionals and cons of this approach.
- Provides an analytical/empirical method of monetary crime research, together with info resources, facts manipulation, and conclusions that facts can provide
- Emphasizes case experiences, basically with specialists, investors, and investigators worldwide
- Uses R for statistical examples
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5 REVOLUTION IN CRIME The post World War II era brought an increase in the frequency, severity, and typologies of crimes on financial markets. This revolution in crime took place at three different levels: organizations, financial instruments, and technology. First the organizations and mainly the financial institutions became not only targets for crimes but also cradles of misconduct. In the previous periods fraud and misconduct were generally orchestrated by very rich and powerful individuals with a strong influence on the markets.
From temple maintenance, army supplies, tax collection, road building, and mining activities, Rome used contractors to provide a wide and varied range of services. The bidders were organized in societas had a structured governance and appropriate financial records. Societas publicanorum played a very important role during the republic and lost their power during the Empire. Societas also had an ownership type similar to that of modern shareholders. It is considered that the main features of the modern corporation thus seem to have been granted to the societas publicanorum.
The oriental financial system was crystallized around the central authority of the royal house who was among other things the biggest trader of commodities, the biggest lender and also the regulator. Thus the economic, fiscal, and financial policies were driven by the will of one person or a small group of persons. The oldest recollection of commodity market prices comes from ancient Babylon and was put together by Slotsky , as shown in Figure 1. Temin  showed that the Babylonian prices of agricultural commodities followed a random pattern.