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Drivers of Illicit Financial Flows
ISBN 9789211320527
Code: #E19IIIN2

Publication year: 2019

Cdn: $21.00; US: $15.00
Paperback
Language: English
54 pages
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This study offers a comparative analysis of 42 countries, examining common trends among causes leading to illicit cross-border money transfers. Its findings support existing theoretical frameworks on the key drivers of illicit financial flows. Our analysis has identified that most countries that experience large transfers to offshore bank accounts are characterized by weak regulatory systems: i.e., shortcomings in the institutional capacities to detect, monitor and prosecute illicit financial flows are the primary drivers behind tax evasion. The growing availability of macroeconomic and governance data on developing countries provides avenues for more detailed research on illicit financial flows in the future. As alternative methodologies for measuring these flows become more sophisticated, there is both a pressing need and a huge potential for the advancement of a research agenda focusing on illicit cross-border money flows.
Drivers of Illicit Financial Flows
Cdn: $21.00; US: $15.00
United Nations Interregional Crime & Justice Research Institute BookID: 125795 Added: 2019.9.11