STEAL Final Seminar: Global Wealth Chains and Tax Evasion
This seminar will present the findings of the project "Global Wealth Chains and Tax Evasion", and a discuss of the latest cases investigated
Started in 2011, the project "Systems of Tax Evasion and Laundering: Locating Global Wealth Chains in the International Political Economy (STEAL)” is nearing its end. Lead by Prof. Leonard Seabrooke (Copenhagen Business School & NUPI) and consisting of a broad international team of researchers, the STEAL Project has identified Global Wealth Chains and how they work in the interplay between international companies, tax havens and developing countries. The Project organises this seminar for a final stock-taking and presentation of the findings of the project, and a discussion of the latest cases investigated.
Welcome and Introduction (Ole Jacob Sending, Research Director, NUPI)
Global Wealth Chains — An Overview (Leonard Seabrooke, STEAL Principal Investigator, NUPI/CBS)
Global Wealth Chains in the Immaterial Economy (Duncan Wigan, CBS)
Everyday Offshore: Expatriates in Global Wealth Chains (Benjamin de Carvalho, NUPI)
The STEAL Project — A Summary of Key Findings (Leonard Seabrooke, CBS)
2011 - 2015 (Completed)
The project seeks to identify Global Wealth Chains that are the articulation of organized activities between individuals or international entities, developed countries, developing countries, and tax havens.