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Volume 4 delves into our interconnected, networked society. The Internet
is explored in detail, including its history, applications, and backbone. Molecular
computing and artificial life are discussed, as are mobile computing
and encryption technology. The reader will find articles on electronic banking,
books, commerce, publishing, as well as information access and overload.
Ethical matters pertaining to the electronic universe are also addressed.
Volume 4 extends our aesthetic interest with articles on photography
and the use of computers in art.
This thesis investigates the protection landscape surrounding online banking.
First, electronic banking is analysed for vulnerabilities and a survey of current
attacks is carried out. This is represented graphically as an attack tree describing
the different ways in which online transactions can be attacked.
The discussion then moves on to various defences which have been developed,
categorizing them and analyzing how successful they are at protecting
against the attacks given in the first chapter.
This paper analyzes the importance of retail consumers’ banking relationships for loan defaults
using a unique, comprehensive dataset of over one million loans by savings banks in Germany.
We find that loans of retail customers, who have a relationship with their savings bank prior to
applying for a loan, default significantly less than customers with no prior relationship.
Automated service quality has been recognised as the factor which determines the suc cess or failure of electronic commerce. Those models current ly available to measure automated service quality are limited in their focus, encompassing only one electronic channel – the internet – thereby ignoring attributes of the other automated service channels.
Emerald publishes over 275 journals and more than 130 book series, as well as an extensive range of online products and services. Emerald is both COUNTER 3 and TRANSFER compliant. The organization is a partner of the Committee on Publication Ethics (COPE) and also works with Portico and the LOCKSS initiative for digital archive preservation.
Lecture Money and banking - Lecture 04 introduce a number other forms of payments. The main contents of this lecture include all of the following: Credit card, electronic funds transfer, e-money, stored-value card,...
After reading this chapter, you will be able to answer the following questions: What are the components of a check? What are the differences among the various types of checks? How and where are deposits accepted? When may a bank charge a customer’s account? What are the different types of electronic fund transfers?
The pretty little theatre attached to the building of the Unicorn Club had been hired for a certain January afternoon by Mr. Herbert Loring, who wished to give therein a somewhat novel performance, to which he had invited a small audience consisting entirely of friends and acquaintances. Finally, we would like to thank Joanne Simpson and Catherine Dowie for their support for
Founded in 1807, John Wiley & Sons is the oldest independent publishing company in the United States. With ofﬁces in North America, Europe, Australia, and Asia, Wiley is globally committed to developing and marketing print and electronic products and services for our customers’ professional and personal knowledge and understanding. The Wiley Finance series contains books written speciﬁcally for ﬁnance and investment professionals as well as sophisticated individual investors and their ﬁnancial advisors.
Nội dung chính của đề tài Ngân hàng điện tử nhằm giới thiệu về ngân hàng điện tử, Internet banking, Mobile banking, Home banking, Phone banking, Kiosk banking và định hướng phát triển của ngân hàng này. Ngân hàng điện tử (Electronic banking) là dịch vụ ngân hàng được giao dịch bằng phương tiện điện tử.
After nearly twenty years of a less is more approach to antitrust, the Department of Justice under the Clinton administration took action against several major corporations that rely on financial, transportation, and electronic networks to support their businessVisa/MasterCard, American Airlines, and Microsoft. In High Stakes Antitrust, noted scholars with divergent opinions examine the impact and validity of the Justice Departments actions.
Some businesses are subject to ongoing special regulation. These industries include, for example, public utilities, investment securities, banking, insurance, broadcasting, aviation, and health care providers. Environmental regulations are also very complex and can affect many kinds of businesses in unexpected ways.
In exercising the oversight function, close cooperation between the bodies overseeing payments and
the BaFin is of fundamental importance. In the field of electronic money the Deutsche Bundesbank
also cooperates with the Federal Agency for Security in Information Technology (BSI) and takes
advice from this body, as systems with electronically stored units of value are subject to a special
The legal foundation for banking supervision is the KWG.
The Bundesbank is in practice the only means - other than relying on their competitors - for smaller
private banks without a giro network of their own to execute payments intended for other banks on
behalf of their customers.
Since 1982 a combined private national payment transaction company has existed for the German
banking sector, Gesellschaft für Zahlungssysteme mbH (GZS). This is an independent processing
company which ensures the low-cost handling of card-protected payments and develops new
electronic payment systems.
Investment banks have strong capital adequacy, in particular with
respect to their hedge credit fund exposures – some estimates of
which are provided below.
Ironically, the fastest growing area of new financial products that
utilise highly-complex derivative products exclusively lies mostly
within the regulated sector. This is the market for “structured
products” that are produced by investment banks and sold to retail,
private bank and institutional clients.
At the end of 1996 the first prepaid cards were issued in Germany by the German banking sector
(ZKA-GeldKarte-System) and tested in a pilot project. Since the successful test phase the number of
prepaid GeldKarte cards has increased to 67.3 million. There are cards linked to accounts, where the
GeldKarte chip is integrated into an ec card, as well as cards not linked to an account (“white cards”),
which have only an electronic purse function.
Preface and Introduction Page 3 The Definition of Money 5 Issuance of New Money 7 Attributes of Money 8 Banking 9 Electronic Money 12 Reducing Taxation by Monetary Reform 14 Money Markets 15 Economics Simplified 16 A Desire for Change 21 Implementing Change 22 The Benefits of Monetary Reform 25 No More Inflation 25 Railways 28 Freedom for Real 30 Crime 32 Pensions 34 Taxation 35 Global Warming and Climate Change 36 Why We Must Keep Out of the Euro 37 The Principle of Exchange 39 Gambling 40 Council Tax 41 Gridlocked Roads 41 Psycho-Political Warfare 43 Education 45 Religion...
Established as a temporary mechanism or a transitory program, social
funds were intended to transfer resources to those groups that were
hardest hit by adjustment programs. In the last few years, they have
become more like permanent poverty reduction programs. NGOs point
out that, while the purpose of social funds is not to eliminate the struc-
tural causes of poverty, it is possible for them to affect some of its symp-
toms and manifestations.