Monday, July 09, 2012
Our annual research workshop at Essex University last week was a great success, attracting participants from six continents.
The workshop covered the theme of Tax Avoidance, Corruption and Crisis, which offered a wide scope for researchers.
Here are links to some of the papers presented at Essex; further links will be add in the coming days:
Moran Harari, Ofer Sitbon and Ronit Donyets-Kedar, The Missing Billions: Aggressive Tax Planning and Corporate Social Responsibility in Israel
Jinning Hong, Keith W. Glaister and Jane Frecknall-Hughes: Mapping Tax Strategy on to a Model of Foreign Direct Investment: A Theoretical Perspective
Daniel Mackenzie: Human Security and the Offshore Financial System: Underdevelopment, Corruption and Arms