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The Routledge Handbook of FinTech

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The Routledge Handbook of FinTech offers comprehensive coverage of the opportunities, challenges and future trends of financial technology.


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The Routledge Handbook of FinTech offers comprehensive coverage of the opportunities, challenges and future trends of financial technology.


This handbook is a unique and in-depth reference work. It is organised in six thematic parts. The first part outlines the development, funding, and the future trends. The second focuses on blockchain technology applications and various aspects of cryptocurrencies. The next covers FinTech in banking. A significant element of FinTech, mobile payments and online lending, is included in the fourth part. The fifth continues with several chapters covering other financial services, while the last discusses ethics and regulatory issues. These six parts represent the most significant and overarching themes of FinTech innovations.


This handbook will appeal to students, established researchers seeking a single repository on the subject, as well as policy makers and market professionals seeking convenient access to a one-stop guide.

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Part 1: Fintech Innovations and Trends





Chapter 1: Fintech Innovations and Financial Markets: An Introduction


K. Thomas Liaw


Chapter 2: Fintech Venture Capital


Douglas J. Cumming and Armin Schwienbacher


Chapter 3: The Future of Finance: Why Regulation Matters


Mark Fenwick and Erik P.M. Vermeulen


Chapter 4: Digital Currencies: What Role in Our Financial System?


Gregory Claeys and Maria Demertzis





Part 2: Blockchain and Cryptocurrencies





Chapter 5: Decentralized Autonomous Risk Transfer on the Blockchain


Alexander Braun, Niklas Hausle and Stephan Karpischek


Chapter 6: Distributed Ledger Technologies and Blockchain for FinTech: Principles and Applications


Raghava Rao Mukkamala and Ravi Vatrapu


Chapter 7: Initial Coin Offerings: A Statistical Analysis of the Main Characteristics


Paola Cerchiello and Anca Mirela Toma


Chapter 8: Initial Coin Offerings: a New Trend in the Market


Ana Garcia Rodriguez


Chapter 9: Price Discovery in the Bitcoin Futures and Cash Markets


Tatja Karkkainen


Chapter 10: Trading and Regulation of Cryptocurrencies, Stablecoins and other Cryptoassets


Anil Savio Kavuri and Alistair Milne


Chapter 11: Cryptoassets and Financial Crime: a European Union Perspective


Robby Houben and Alexander Snyers





Part 3: Fintech in Banking





Chapter 12: Fintechs: Unbundling to Re-bundling in the Open Industry of Banking


Anna Omarini


Chapter 13: Is Fintech a Threat or a Promise to Banks?


Krishnan Dandapani, Mohammad Hashemi Joo, and Yuka Nishikawa


Chapter 14: Virtual Rush: The Race for Virtual Banks in the Asia-Pacific Region


Jackson Mueller


Chapter 15: The Restructure of China's Banking Industry by Artificial Intelligence and Fintech


Zhuming Chen, Jing Li, Xiangyu Zhang, Xin Li, Jinghong Zeng, Shihan Wang and Weihan Zhang,





Part 4: Fintech in Payments and Lending





Chapter 16: Consumer Payment Preferences and the Impact of Technology and Regulation: Insights from the Visa Payment Panel Study


Tom Akana


Chapter 17: Meet People Where They Are: Blending Formal Credit using Informal Financial Traditions


Tom Akana


Chapter 18: Peer-to-Peer Lending Risk Management


Arianna Agosto





Part 5: Fintech in Other Financial Services





Chapter 19: Rethinking Automated Investment Adviser Disclosure


Nicole G. Iannarone


Chapter 20: Market Risk for Robot Advisory


Paolo Pagnottoni and Gloria Polinesi


Chapter 21: Financial Technology in the U.S. Municipal Fixed Income Market


Timothy J. Stevens


Chapter 22: Proptech: The Real Estate Industry in Transition


Marc Feth





Part 6: Fintech Regulatory Issues





Chapter 23: Machine Learning Implications for Banking Regulations


Lihong L. McPhail and Joseph E. McPhail


Chapter 24: Regulating Fintech in Canada and the United States: Comparison, Challenges and Opportunities


Ryan Clements


Chapter 25: Cryptocurrency Market Reactions to Regulatory News


Raphael Auer and Stijn Claessens





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Om forfatteren

K. Thomas Liaw is a Professor of Finance in the Economics and Finance Department at St. John's University, New York, USA.