The project investigates and specifies how capital moves between developing countries and offshore jurisdictions, and how microstates might transform their role while preserving strategic capacity.
STEAL has four targets, or secondary aims:
- First, we provide a comprehensive taxonomy of the Global Wealth Chains that facilitate capital flows between tax havens, developing countries, and developed countries.
- Second, we investigate the variety of ways that developing countries are linked to tax havens.
- Third, we will analyze the impact of anti-money laundering regulations on developing countries.
- Fourth, we evaluate the impact of on-going regulatory initiatives and regulatory changes upon tax havens and developing.
Research Council of Norway (RCN)
University of the West Indies, SALISES (Trinidad and Tobago)
University of the Thammasat, Faculty of Politics (Thailand)
Copenhagen Businesss School, CBS (Denmark)
Univeristy of Sydney, Political Economy (Australia)
University of Nairobi, School of Law (Kenya)
University of Birmingham, Dept. of Political Science and International Studies (UK)
Griffith University, Centre for Governance and Public Policy (Australia)