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Chambers-Jones, Clare (2021). AI, Big data, Quantum Computing and Financial Exclusion: tempering enthusiasm and offering a human centric approach to policy. In: Lui, A and Ryder, N eds. FinTech, Artificial Intelligence and the law – the right balance of financial innovation and financial inclusion. Financial Crime Series. London: Routledge, pp. 193–210.

Chambers-Jones, Clare (2018). Money laundering in a Virtual World. In: King, Colin; Walker, Clive and Gurule, Jimmy eds. The Palgrave Handbook of Criminal and Terrorism Financing Law. London: Palgrave Macmillan, pp. 165–182.

Chambers-Jones, Clare (2018). The Financial Crisis and Digital Currencies. In: Ryder, Nicholas ed. White Collar Crime and Risk. Palgrave Studies in Risk, Crime and Society. London: Palgrave Macmillan, pp. 203–230.

Chambers, Clare (2011). The Banks: Rising from the ashes or still smouldering? International Journal of Liability and Scientific Enquiry., 4(2) pp. 107–128.

Chambers, Clare (2010). US Financial Recovery: Political Regulations or a plan for the future. Journal of Banking Regulation, 11 pp. 240–255.

Chambers, Clare (2010). The Banking Act 2009: A historical piece of legislation or a relic of our time; only history can tell? ' International Journal of Liability and Scientific Enquiry., 3(1/2) pp. 72–85.

Chambers, Clare and Shufflebottom, Mark (2010). Innovation in Inclusion: A financial M-learning game Part 1. The Law Teacher, 44(1) pp. 17–31.

Chambers, Clare and Shufflebottom, Mark (2010). Innovation in Inclusion: A financial M-learning game Part 2'. The Law Teacher, 44(2) pp. 117–136.

Chambers, Clare and Ryder, Nicholas (2010). The Financial Services Act 2010: how will the FSA rise to meet its new challenges. Financial Regulation International, 13(3)

Chambers, Clare (2009). The Turner review: A verbose attempt at curbing the cycle. Business Law Review, 30(7) pp. 158–160.

Chambers, Clare and Ryder, Nicholas (2009). The credit crunch – are credit unions able to ride out the storm. Journal of Banking Regulation, 11(1) pp. 76–86.

Chambers, Clare (2009). Gambling on compliance with the new 2005 Act: Do organizations fulfil new regulations. International Review of Law, Computers & Technology, 23(3) pp. 203–215.

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Jones, Clare (2018). Digital Currencies and Organized Crime update. Financial Regulation International

Jones, Clare and Day, Robert (2017). Exploring accountability in bribery and corruption disclosures by UK listed defence companies. In: Steckle, Rudolf ed. Theorie und Praxis aus Rechnungswesen und Wirtschaftsprufung - Nationale and Internationale Enterwicklunge. Germany: LexisNexis, pp. 123–175.

Jones, Clare (2013). Cyber economic crime and commonwealth laws. International Journal of Intellectual Property Management, 6(1/2) pp. 95–110.

Jones, Clare (2012). Can You Ever Regulate the Virtual World Against Virtual Economic Crime? Journal of International Commercial law and Technology, 7(4) pp. 339–349.

Jones, Clare (2011). The Reforms: A political safe haven or political suicide. Is the Labour bubble bursting? Journal of Financial Regulation and Compliance, 19(1) pp. 5–17.

Jones, Clare and Ryder, Nicholas (2010). The credit crunch and mortgage fraud- too little too late? A comparative analysis of the policies adopted in the United States of America and the United Kingdom. In: Kis, Szilárd and Balogh, Istvan eds. Housing, Housing Costs & Mortgages: Trends, Impact and Prediction. Housing Issues, Laws and Programs. America: Nova Science Publishers.

Jones, Clare and Ryder, Nicholas (2008). Funding of Credit Unions– where has all the money gone? Journal of Social Welfare and Family Law, 30(3) pp. 243–252.

Jones, Clare and Doherty, M (2003). The Human Rights Act 1998 and Criminal law Appeals. The Law Teacher, 37(1) pp. 96–104.

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Ryder, Nicholas and Jones, Clare (2008). Bursting the mortgage bubble. New Law Journal, 158(7326) pp. 882–883.

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