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FinTech: Open Access research exploring new frontiers in financial technology

Strathprints makes available Open Access scholarly outputs by the Department of Accounting & Finance at Strathclyde Business School. Particular research specialisms include financial decision-making techniques and financial econometrics.

The Department is also at the forefront of research within the FinTech space (financial technology), demonstrating research expertise in related FinTech areas, such as algorithm trading, online portfolio selection, and peer-to-peer lending.

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Kay, Emily J and Paterson, Karla and Riero-Domingo, Carla and Sumpton, David and Daebritz, Henry and Tardito, Saverio and Boldrini, Claudia and Hernandez-Fernaud, Juan R and Athineos, Dimitris and Dhayade, Sandeep and Stepanova, Ekaterina and Gjerga, Enio and Neilson, Lisa J and Lilla, Sergio and Hedley, Ann and Koulouras, Grigorios and McGregor, Grace and Jamieson, Craig and Johnson, Radia Marie and Park, Morag and Kirschner, Kristina and Miller, Crispin and Kamphorst, Jurre J. and Loayza-Puch, Fabricio and Saez-Rodriguez, Julio and Mazzone, Massimiliano and Blyth, Karen and Zagnoni, Michele and Zanivan, Sara (2022) PYCR1-dependent proline synthesis in cancer associated fibroblasts is required for the deposition of pro-tumorigenic extracellular matrix. Nature Metabolism. (In Press)

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