Forthcoming content

A selection of articles scheduled for Volume 17 of Journal of Payments Strategy & Systems – consisting of four quarterly 100-page issues, published in print and online – includes:

  • Headwinds and tailwinds for digital remittances: Insights from a survey of senders and receivers in ten countries
    Chad Harper, Senior Fellow, Visa Economic Empowerment Institute 
  • Using central bank digital currencies across borders: Lessons from practical experiments
    Morten Bech, Head, Innovation Hub Swiss Centre, Bank for International Settlements, Codruta Boar, Adviser and Daniel Eidan, Adviser, Innovation Hub, Bank for International Settlements, Philipp Haene, Adviser, Swiss National Bank, Henry Holden, Adviser, Innovation Hub, Bank for International Settlements & Wee Kee Toh, Executive Director, J.P. Morgan 
  • Central bank digital currencies: An active role for commercial banks
    Olivier Denecker, Expert Partner, Global Payments, Arnaud d’Estienne, Consultant, Pierre-Matthieu Gompertz, Former Associate Partner & Elia Sasia, Partner, McKinsey & Company Inc.
  • Payments in the metaverse
    Dave Birch, Director, Consult Hyperion
  • Wholesale central bank digital currency vs traditional real-time gross settlement: Benefits beyond a new acronym?
    Harry Leinonen, PSS-Consultancy, ESPOO
  • Identifying and authenticating the users of virtual currency via electronic attestation and the European Digital Identity Wallet
    Ignacio Alamillo-Domingo, Legal Counsel, Logalty Prueba por Interposición S.L 
  • Designing digital currency wallets for broad adoption
    Becca Scollan, Principal Human Factors Engineer & Erika Darling, Principal Human Factors Engineer, The MITRE Corporation
  • China’s Digital Currency Electronic Payment: A ‘negotiated currency’ perspective
    Lisha Wang, PhD Candidate, Chinese University of Hong Kong
  • Central bank digital currency challenges: The case of Greece
    Veni Arakelian, Senior Economist, Piraeus Bank, Greece
  • Do we really need another dollar, euro, pound or yuan? How to create the right ecosystem for a successful central bank digital currency
    Michael Salmony, Chief Executive Officer, Payments Innovation Consulting
  • What are payment intermediaries good for?
    Udo Milkau, Director, DZ BANK
  • Distributed ledger technology experiments in retail payments: Evidence from Turkey
    Gökhan Çağlayan, Bilgehan Kürşad Öz, Aleaddin Özer and Emrah Şener, Financial Innovation Department, Central Bank of the Republic of Turkey
  • Balancing privacy and data use: The potential impact of large online platforms and central bank digital currencies
    Yuji Maruo, Deputy Head of Payment and Settlement Systems Division, Payment and Settlement Systems Department & Sei Sugino, Economist, Financial Market Department, Bank of Japan
  • The impact of new regulations in payments and divergence between EU and UK
    Max Savoie, Partner, Sidley Austin LLP
  • US money transmission regulations and decentralized payment platforms
    Ximeng Tang, Associate, Goodwin Procter LLP
  • Fintechs and banking in the United States: The quest for a regulatory framework
    Scott Anchin, Partner, Open Loop Strategies LLC
  • New requirements for PSPs in combatting VAT fraud with cross border payment data
    Albrecht Wallraf, Associate Director, Association of German Banks
  • Payment Service Provision in times of accelerated market growth and regulatory change: The case of India
    Niklas Bartelt, Senior Advisor, DZ BANK, Ulrich Hommel, Managing Director, XOLAS, Rushabh Patel, Student, Master of Business Administration, EBS University of Business & Law & Shagufta Ali, Student, Master of Business Administration, EBS University of Business & Law 
  • Study of impact of cognitive, affective and social antecedents on system characteristics and influence on proxy payments adoption
    Neha Dharurkar and Kanchan Patil, Symbiosis International (Deemed University) & Balakrishnan Mahadevan, Consultant, Payment System Development Group, The World Bank
  • Payment card adoption and payment choice
    Claire Greene, Payments Risk Expert & Oz Shy, Senior Policy Advisor & Economist, Federal Reserve Bank of Atlanta