Microstates and Offshore Finance: the Political Economy of Vulnerability
AbstractOffshore Finance Centres (OFCs) have proliferated since the 1960s and many small jurisdictions and microstates around the world now host OFCs as part of the increasing globalisation of financial capital. This paper argues that microstates are becoming increasing vulnerable to forces outside of their control resulting in transit crime such as money laundering and flows of illegal flight capital.
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Bibliographic InfoPaper provided by Portsmouth University - Department of Economics in its series Papers with number 128.
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ECONOMIC DEVELOPMENT ; TAXATION ; INTERNATIONAL ECONOMY ; INTERNATIONAL FINANCIAL MARKET;
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