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Tax Havens

Author : Ronen Palan
ISBN : 9780801468551
Genre : Law
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From the Cayman Islands and the Isle of Man to the Principality of Liechtenstein and the state of Delaware, tax havens offer lower tax rates, less stringent regulations and enforcement, and promises of strict secrecy to individuals and corporations alike. In recent years government regulators, hoping to remedy economic crisis by diverting capital from hidden channels back into taxable view, have undertaken sustained and serious efforts to force tax havens into compliance. In Tax Havens, Ronen Palan, Richard Murphy, and Christian Chavagneux provide an up-to-date evaluation of the role and function of tax havens in the global financial system-their history, inner workings, impact, extent, and enforcement. They make clear that while, individually, tax havens may appear insignificant, together they have a major impact on the global economy. Holding up to $13 trillion of personal wealth-the equivalent of the annual U.S. Gross National Product-and serving as the legal home of two million corporate entities and half of all international lending banks, tax havens also skew the distribution of globalization's costs and benefits to the detriment of developing economies. The first comprehensive account of these entities, this book challenges much of the conventional wisdom about tax havens. The authors reveal that, rather than operating at the margins of the world economy, tax havens are integral to it. More than simple conduits for tax avoidance and evasion, tax havens actually belong to the broad world of finance, to the business of managing the monetary resources of individuals, organizations, and countries. They have become among the most powerful instruments of globalization, one of the principal causes of global financial instability, and one of the large political issues of our times.

Dirty Cities

Author : L. Talani
ISBN : 9781137343154
Genre : Political Science
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This volume uncovers the relations between globalization and dirty dealings in urban settings, focusing on some capital cities and on the relations between underground and overground dynamics all over the globe. It aims to provide a new take on the dark side of globalization.

Draining Development

Author : Peter Reuter
ISBN : 9780821388693
Genre : Business & Economics
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A growing concern among those interested in economic development is the realization that hundreds of billions of dollars are illicitly flowing out of developing countries to tax havens and other financial centers in the developed world. This volume assesses the dynamics of these flows, much of which is from corruption and tax evasion. What causes them, what are their consequences and how might they be controlled? The chapters by authors from a variety of backgrounds, including criminologists and practicing lawyers as well as economists, examine many dimensions of the phenomenon. For example, one chapter examines the political economy of the issue; to what extent is this the consequence of a more general failure of governance, so that it is more a manifestation of government weakness or can it be identified with a few specific features? Two other chapters examine major illegal markets (drug trafficking and human smuggling) to assess how they contribute to these flows. Other chapters are concerned with the corporate role in the phenomenon, particularly the possibility that transfer pricing (in which firms set prices for international trade among wholly owned affiliates) might play a major role in moving money illicitly.

Academy Of Management Annual Meeting

Author : Academy of Management
ISBN : CORNELL:31924106960556
Genre : Industrial management
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Routledge Handbook Of Political Corruption

Author : Paul M. Heywood
ISBN : 9781317575924
Genre : Political Science
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Since the early 1990s, a series of major scandals in both the financial and most especially the political world has resulted in close attention being paid to the issue of corruption and its links to political legitimacy and stability. Indeed, in many countries – in both the developed as well as the developing world – corruption seems to have become almost an obsession. Concern about corruption has become a powerful policy narrative: the explanation of last resort for a whole range of failures and disappointments in the fields of politics, economics and culture. In the more established democracies, worries about corruption have become enmeshed in a wider debate about trust in the political class. Corruption remains as widespread today, possibly even more so, as it was when concerted international attention started being devoted to the issue following the end of the Cold War. This Handbook provides a showcase of the most innovative and exciting research being conducted in Europe and North America in the field of political corruption, as well as providing a new point of reference for all who are interested in the topic. The Handbook is structured around four core themes in the study of corruption in the contemporary world: understanding and defining the nature of corruption; identifying its causes; measuring its extent; and analysing its consequences. Each of these themes is addressed from various perspectives in the first four sections of the Handbook, whilst the fifth section explores new directions that are emerging in corruption research. The contributors are experts in their field, working across a range of different social-science perspectives.

New Left Review

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ISBN : OSU:32435073147910
Genre : Socialism
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Les Cahiers Fran Ais

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ISBN : WISC:89121897920
Genre : France
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The Price Of Wealth

Author : Kiren Aziz Chaudhry
ISBN : 0801484308
Genre : Business & Economics
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The emerging consensus that institutions shape political and economic outcomes has produced few theories of institutional change and no defensible theory of institutional origination. Kiren Aziz Chaudhry shows how state and market institutions are created and transformed in Saudi Arabia and Yemen, two countries that typify labor and oil exporters in the developing worlds. In a world where the international economy dramatically affects domestic developments, the question of where institutions come from becomes at once more urgent and more complex. In both Saudi Arabia and Yemen, fundamental state and market institutions forged during a period of isolation at the end of World War I were destroyed and reshaped not once but three times in response to exogenous shocks. Comparing boom-bust cycles, Chaudhry exposes the alternating social and organizational origins of institutions, arguing that both broad changes in the international economy and specific forms of international integration shape institutional outcomes. Labor and oil exporters thus experience identical economic cycles but generate radically different state, market, and financial institutions in response to different resource flows. Chaudhry supplemented years of field work in Saudi Arabia and Yemen with extensive analysis of previously unavailable materials in the Saudi national archives.

Brookings Trade Forum 2001

Author : Susan M. Collins
ISBN : 0815706812
Genre : Political Science
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This annual series provides comprehensive analysis on current and emerging issues of international trade and macroeconomics. Practitioners and academics contribute to each volume, with papers that provide an in-depth look at a particular topic. The fourth edition focuses on the issues and implications of globalization. Contents include: "Holding International Reserves in an Era of High Capital Mobility" Robert P. Flood (International Monetary Fund) and Nancy Marion (Dartmouth College) "The Impossible Duo? Globalization and Monetary Independence in Emerging Markets" Andrés Velasco (Harvard University) "The Adoption of International Labor Standards Conventions: Who, When, and Why?" Nancy H. Chau and Ravi Kanbur (Cornell University) "The Determinants of Individual Trade Policy Preferences: International Survey Evidence" Kevin O'Rourke and Richard Sinnott (Trinity College, Dublin) "Borders, Trade, and Welfare" James E. Anderson (Boston College) and Eric van Wincoop (Federal Reserve Bank of New York) Expansion Strategies of U.S. Multinational Firms Gordon Hanson (University of Michigan), Raymond J. Mataloni Jr. (BEA), and Matthew J. Slaughter (Dartmouth College) 2002, 6 x 9, 300 pp. paper, 0-8157-1575-7, $24.95 / £18.50 (ISSN 1520-5479)

Peace And Development

Author : Parmeshwar Narain Haksar
ISBN : 8185835527
Genre : India
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