How can we stop the illegal outflow of money
A growing concern among those interested in economic development is the realization that hundreds of billions of dollars are unlawfully flowing out of developing countries to tax havens and other financial centers in the developed world. These flows of illicit money, much of which is generated by corruption and tax evasion, dramatically reduces the effectiveness of foreign aid and robs countries of domestic funds for investment. What causes these massive, illegal outflows from developing countries, what are their consequences, and how might they be controlled?
Draining Development? Controlling Flows of Illicit Funds from Developing Countries:
The volume will be a valuable resource for anyone wishing to better grasp this rapidly growing, but poorly understood, phenomenon.
"This book is a major step in clarifying our thinking, and the insights it offers will become an obligatory reference for anyone interested in the causes and consequences of the illicit flow of funds from developing countries and the options to curb them."
— Moisés Naim, Senior Associate, Carnegie Endowment for International Peace
"This book is a must for anyone who is interested in development economics and why poor countries continue to stay poor."
— Professor Guttorm Scgjelderup, Chair of the Norwegian
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