Volume 10 (2016)

Each volume of Journal of Payments Strategy & Systems consists of four quarterly 100-page issues. The articles published in Volume 10 are:

Volume 10 Number 4 (Winter 2016)

Special issue: Retail payments in Latin America and Spain

  • Editorial: Recent developments and issues in retail payments in Latin America and Spain
    Joaquin Bernal, Central Bank of Colombia
  • The recent law on e-money and financial inclusion in Colombia and the regulatory role of the central bank
    Joaquin Bernal, Central Bank of Colombia
  • Moral suasion and legal enforcement in the reform of retail payments in Brazil
    Breno Santana Lobo, Central Bank of Brazil
  • Retail payments innovations in Peru: Modelo Peru and financial inclusion
    Milton Vega Bernal, Central Bank of Peru
  • I want it and I want it now! An initial approach to the Spanish instant payments solution
    Francisco Linares, Banco de España
  • Factors impeding the use of electronic payment instruments in emerging economies: The case of Colombia
    Carlos A. Arango-Arango and Nicolás F. Suárez-Ariza, Central Bank of Colombia
  • Identity and verification in the digital age: Where we are today and what
    the future could hold

    David Poole, MYPINPAD
  • Faster payments systems gaining speed in the USA: Expanding scope of services
    Laura Listwan and Adam Kruis, US Bank
  • Success factors for the deployment of financial technology: An interview with Eric Mouilleron
    Diederik Bruggink, Bruggink Consultancy and Eric Mouilleron, Bankable

Volume 10 Number 3 (Autumn 2016)

  • Editorial
    Alec Nacamuli, IBM
  • Interview
    The Turkish payment market and its specifics: An interview with Soner Canko
    Diederik Bruggink, Bruggink Consultancy & Soner Canko, Bankalararasi Kart Merkezi
  • Papers
  • Request for payment: Building block for payments transformation
    Steve Ledford & Michael J. Thomas, The Clearing House
  • Cashless society — really?
    Eric de Putter, PAYMINT AG
  • Paying in 2025: Scenarios for payment systems in Germany in 2025
    Gerd Cimiotti & Christina Nadine Dahl, SRC Security Research & Consulting
  • Digital privacy: A conceptual framework for business
    James C. Rice, MoneyGram International & Fiona Sussan, University of Phoenix
  • Real-time retail payments systems or faster payments: A quick framework for decision making
    Mahadevan Balakrishnan, World Bank
  • Unified Payments Interface in India: Revolution in the making
    A. P. Hota, National Payments Corporation of India
  • Payments systems trends in Japan: Blueprints for the next-generation Zengin system
    Eiichiro Yanagawa, Celent
  • Exploring the use of digital currencies as a form of payment in Barbados
    Anthony Wood, University of the West Indies & Runako Brathwaite, Central Bank of Barbados

Volume 10 Number 2 (Summer 2016)

Special issue: Shared ledger technologies and opportunities

  • Editorial
    Dave Birch, Director of Innovation, Consult Hyperion
  • Papers: Shared Ledger Techologies and Opportunities
  • Towards ambient accountability in financial services: Shared ledgers, translucent transactions and the technological legacy of the great financial crisis
    David Birch, Director of Innovation, Consult Hyperion, Richard G. Brown, Head of Technology, R3CEV & Salome Parulava, Consultant, Consult Hyperion
  • Virtual currencies and distributed ledger technology: What is new under the sun and what is hyped repackaging?
    Harry Leinonen, PSS-Consultancy
  • Towards a framework for the evaluation and design of distributed ledger technologies in banking and payments
    Jürgen Bott, Professor of Finance Management, University of Applied Sciences in Kaiserslautern & Udo Milkau, Head of Strategy and Market Development, DZ BANK
  • Payment and exchange transactions in shared ledgers
    Gideon Greenspan, Founder and CEO, Coin Sciences Ltd.
  • Papers: Payments Strategy & Systems
  • Directions in the development of the payment service market
    Tamerlan H. Rustamov, Senior specialist, Payment Systems and Settlements Department, Central Bank of the Republic of Azerbaijan
  • The emergence of virtual card payments: Data highlights changes in North American commercial payment practices
    Mahendra Gupta, Virgil Professor of Accounting and Management, Olin Business School at Washington University in St Louis, Richard J. Palmer, Professor of accounting and Copper Dome Faculty Research Fellow, Southeast Missouri State University, James Brandt, Senior research analyst, RPMG Research Corporation & Nathan Palmer, Senior Research Analyst, RPMG Research Corporation
  • Lowering the cost of doing business in Africa: Leveraging the COMESA Regional Payments
    David Froud, SkyParlour, George Wilson Ssonko, Principal Economist, Bank of Uganda and David Humphrey, Department of Finance, Florida State University
  • Developing a new model for cost-effective direct access to Faster Payments
    Craig Tillotson, Chief Executive, Faster Payments Scheme Limited

Volume 10 Number 1

  • Editorial: Digital financial inclusion
    Alec Nacamuli, Editor
  • Interview
  • How FinTech is transforming the way money moves around the world: An interview with Mike Laven
    Diederik Bruggink, Bruggink Consultancy
  • Papers
  • PSD2: The digital transformation accelerator for banks
    Mounaim Cortet, Tom Rijks and Shikko Nijland, Innopay
  • Bitcoin’s potential for going mainstream
    Safari Kasiyanto, Tilburg University
  • Intraday risk management: It is about more than just liquidity
    Ashley Dowson, Chairman of The SEPA Consultancy
  • Reducing card-not-present fraud using pre-approved transactions
    Johan Pouwelse, Delft University of Technology and Diederik Bruggink, Bruggink Consultancy
  • Integration and modernisation of retail payments in Europe: Barriers and challenges
    Rui Pimentel, Bank of Portugal
  • The payment system benefits of high reserve balances
    James McAndrews and Alexander Kroeger, Federal Reserve Bank of New York
  • From paper-based to electronic payments in the Pacific Islands: How and by how much would Tonga benefit in the transition process?
    Holti Banka, University of Maryland, Carlo Corazza, World Bank and Balakrishnan Mahadevan, World Bank
  • An assessment of the impact of self-service technology (SST) on firm performance: 96–112: A case study of bank in Zimbabwe (2009–13)
    Reginald Mazana, University of Zimbabwe, Taurayi Rupere, University of Zimbabwe,  and Gabriel Kabanda, Open University of Zimbabwe