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Political and monetary institutions and public financial policies in the industrial countries
Institutions and policies Vittorio Grilli, Donato Masciandaro and Guido Tabellini Why do countries as similar as the industrialized OECD countries go through such different experience in terms ofExpand
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The Risk-Based Approach in the New European Anti-Money Laundering Legislation: A Law and Economics View
In 2005 the European Commission adopted the Third Directive on Anti-Money Laundering (AML), which was to be implemented into national laws at the latest by December 2007. The key feature thatExpand
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False and Reluctant Friends? National Money Laundering Regulation, International Compliance and Non-Cooperative Countries
In the aftermath of September 11th, growing attention has been paid to the role of Non-Cooperative Countries and Territories (NCCT) in money laundering and terrorist financing. The paper, applyingExpand
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Unification in Financial Sector Supervision: The Trade Off between Central Bank and Single Authority
The objective of this work is to analyse worldwide trends in financial supervision architectures. The focus is on the key issue in the debate – the single supervisor versus multiauthority model – inExpand
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Inside and Outside of the Central Banks: Independence and Accountability in Financial Supervision -Trends and Determinants
This paper analyzes recent trends in, and determinants of, financial supervisory governance inside and outside central banks. We first review the case for supervisory independence and accountabilityExpand
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Offshore financial centres: the political economy of regulation
This paper claims that the regulation profile of the Offshore Financial Centres (OFCs) with respect to the international standards defined to prevent potentially harmful phenomena—such as aggressiveExpand
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Organized crime, money laundering and legal economy: theory and simulations
This paper proposes a dynamic model to simulate the relationships between the profits of organized crime, money laundering and legal investments. We develop a macro framework in which organized crimeExpand
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Global Financial Crime : Terrorism, Money Laundering and Offshore Centres
Contents: Introduction, Donato Masciandaro Overview: markets, offshore sovereignty and onshore legitimacy, George Peter Gilligan Law: the War on Terror and crime and the offshore centres: the 'new'Expand
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Money Laundering Regulation: The Micro Economics
The analysis of the interactions between the criminal economy and the financial markets has not yet been systematically studied by the economists. This study belongs to a current research interestedExpand
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