Research on illicit financial flows presented at the EU Tax Observatory Lunch Seminar
Assistant Professor Elisa Casi-Eberhard from the Norwegian School of Economics presents a UNU-WIDER Working Paper at the EU Tax Observatory lunch seminar on 5 October 2022.
The topic of Casi-Eberhard's presentation is So close and yet so far: The ability of mandatory disclosure regimes to crack down on offshore tax evasion.
The EU Tax Observatory organises lunch seminars twice a month. The seminar focuses on the topic of taxation in the global economy and aims to bring together international junior and senior researchers working on international taxation, tax avoidance and evasion, tax competition, tax harmonization and related topics. The aim is to learn from each other and to discuss in a friendly atmosphere.
The EU Tax Observatory is an independent research laboratory hosted at the Paris School of Economics. It conducts innovative research on taxation, contributes to a democratic and inclusive debate on the future of taxation, and fosters a dialogue between the scientific community, civil society, and policymakers in the European Union and worldwide.
The presentation is part of UNU-WIDER's Detecting and countering illicit financial flows project, which is one workstream under UNU-WIDER's programme on Domestic Revenue Mobilization (DRM). The DRM programme is financed by the Norwegian development co-operation agency Norad.