Cambridge Symposium on Economic Crime – Register Now

The 34th Cambridge International Symposium on Economic Crime will take place from 4 to 11 September 2016 at Jesus College, University of Cambridge.

IACA is co-sponsoring this non-profit event for the fourth year in a row, along with many other academic institutions and government and non-government agencies.

This year’s topic, “Economic Crime – where does the buck stop?” will focus on dealing with malpractice and accountability within business structures. The conference will discuss instability, weakened security, and slower development — all byproducts of misconduct — as well as the path to re-establishing integrity.

Martin Kreutner, Dean and Executive Secretary of IACA, and Nikos Passas, the Academy’s Distinguished Inaugural Professor of Collective Action, Business Ethics and Compliance, will deliver keynote speeches. Overall, more than 600 specialists from around the world have been invited to share their experiences with participants from about 100 countries. Comprising plenary sessions, workshops, and think-tanks, the symposium takes a broad approach to reaching co-operative and preventative solutions.

The registration deadline for this event is 19 August. For detailed programme information, including a complete list of speakers, please click here.

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