Jonathan SEDDON

Associate Professor

  • Management Department

Curriculum vitae

PhD
Brunel University, Great Britain

Bachelor of Engineering (BEng) in Manufacturing Engineering
Brunel University, Great Britain

Publications

Forthcoming

CURRIE, W., GOZMAN, D., SEDDON, J. () . Dialectic tensions in the financial markets: a longitudinal study of pre- and post-crisis regulatory technology, Journal of Information Technology

2017

CURRIE, W., SEDDON, J. (2017) . The regulatory, technology and market ‘dark arts trilogy’ of high frequency trading: a research agenda, Journal of Information Technology, 32 (2), 111-126

COOPER, R., SEDDON, J., VAN VLIET, B. (2017) . High-frequency trading and conflict in the financial markets, Journal of Information Technology, 32 (3), 270-282

SEDDON, J., CURRIE, W. (2017) . Healthcare financialisation and the digital divide in the European Union: narrative and numbers, Information and Management, 54 (8), 1084-1096

SEDDON, J., CURRIE, W. (2017) . A model for unpacking big data analytics in high-frequency trading, Journal of Business Research, 70 300-307

2016

BLOCHER, J., COOPER, R., SEDDON, J., VAN VLIET, B. (2016) . Phantom Liquidity and High-Frequency Quoting, The Journal of Trading, 11 (3), 6-15

2014

CURRIE, W., SEDDON, J. (2014) . Social Innovation in Public Health: Can Mobile Technology Make a Difference?, Information Systems Management, 31 (3), 187-199

CURRIE, W., SEDDON, J. (2014) . A cross-National Analysis of eHealth in the European Union: Some Policy and Research Directions, Information and Management, 51 (6), 783-797

2013

CURRIE, W., SEDDON, J. (2013) . Cloud Computing and Trans-Border Health Data Flows: Unpacking US and E.U. Regulation and Compliance, Health Policy and Technology, 2 (4), 229-241

CURRIE, W., & SEDDON, J. (2015). E-Health Policy and Benchmarking in the European Union. In KUHLMANN, Ellen; BLANK, Robert H.; BOURGEAULT, Ivy Lynn and WENDT, Claus (Eds.), The Palgrave International Handbook of Health Care Policy and Governance (pp. 526-542). Palgrave.

CURRIE, W., & SEDDON, J. (2017). Theories for Analysing Innovation and Technology in Emerging Financial Markets: The Case of Algorithmic and High Frequency Trading., Americas Conference on Information Systems (AMCIS) 2017.

CURRIE, W., SEDDON, J., COOPER, R., & VAN VLIET, B. (2017). Innovation and the changing structure of financial markets., Americas Conference on Information Systems (AMCIS) 2017.

CURRIE, W., & SEDDON, J. (2016). The Paradox In Cross-Border Health Care: Can Mobile Technology Leapfrogging Make A Difference?., Americas Conference on Information Systems (AMCIS).

COOPER, R., SEDDON, J., & VAN VLIET, B. (2016). The Evolution Of High-frequency Trading And A Changing Market Structure: What Has Evolved From The Crash., 14th Infinity conference on International Finance.

COOPER, R., SEDDON, J., & VAN VLIET, B. (2016). Methodological Challenges in Critical Finance Studies: Designing a Research Agenda for Understanding Financial Markets., Fourth annual ontology workshop.

CURRIE, W., & SEDDON, J. (2016). Diversifying Financial Research., 14th Infinity conference on International Finance.

CURRIE, W., & SEDDON, J. (2015). Methodological Pluralism for Understanding High Frequency Trading and Dark Pools., Third Annual Workshop – Disruptive Methodology in Social Science.

SEDDON, J., & CURRIE, W. (2015). Financialization and the European Union: A post-crisis study of the banking system., 5th International Conference of the Financial Engineering and Banking Society (FEBS).

CURRIE, W., & SEDDON, J. (2015). Computerized High Frequency and Algorithmic Trading: Correlation and Causation., High Frequency Trading (HFT) Conference.

CURRIE, W., & SEDDON, J. (2015). Can mobile health improve patient-centred healthcare in the European Union?., 23rd European Conference on Information Systems (ECIS 2015).

CURRIE, W., & SEDDON, J. (2014). Regulating Patient Data in the Cloud: a Comparative Study of U.S. and EU Healthcare., 22rd European Conference on Information Systems (ECIS).

CURRIE, W., & SEDDON, J. (2014). Institutional effects of comparative government regulation for the protection and privacy of health data in the cloud., 8th Mediterranean Conference on Information Systems (MCIS) 2014.