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ANTI-CORRUPTION DAY 2023: A SPOTLIGHT ON CORPORATE CRIME OBSERVATORY'S RESEARCH

Corruption and Justice Symbols

December 9, 2023, was the International Anti-Corruption Day. The study of the phenomenon of corruption and the methods to counteract it constitute an integral part of the research efforts that members of the Corporate Crime Observatory (CCO) consistently undertake.


For this reason, the CCO is pleased to share with its readers a non-exhaustive list of publications and events that have involved the members of the observatory in a cooperative effort aimed at studying the dynamics of corruption and the potential responses that can be given to mitigate its negative effects on society.



Publications, Opinions, and Technical Papers

Diane Ring & Costantino Grasso, Beyond Bribery: Exploring the Intimate Interconnections Between Corruption and Tax Crimes, 85 Law and Contemporary Problems 1-47 (2023) https://scholarship.law.duke.edu/lcp/vol85/iss4/2


Lorena Bachmaier Winter & Donato Vozza, Corruption, Tax Evasion, and the Distortion of Justice: Global Challenges and International Responses, 85 Law and Contemporary Problems 75-100 (2023) https://scholarship.law.duke.edu/lcp/vol85/iss4/4


Branislav Hock, Policing Fiscal Corruption: Tax Crime and Legally Corrupt Institutions in the United Kingdom, 85 Law and Contemporary Problems 159-183 (2023) https://scholarship.law.duke.edu/lcp/vol85/iss4/7


Pietro Sorbello & Stephen Holden, Developing a Working Model to Fight Fiscal Corruption: The Nexus at Which Tax Crimes and Corruption Meet, 85 Law and Contemporary Problems 185-211 (2023) https://scholarship.law.duke.edu/lcp/vol85/iss4/8


Sam Bourton & Nicholas Ryder, Corrupt Corporations and the Facilitation of Tax Crimes: A Review of the United Kingdom's Enforcement Mechanisms, 85 Law and Contemporary Problems 213-246 (2023) https://scholarship.law.duke.edu/lcp/vol85/iss4/9


Costantino Grasso & Donato Vozza, Submission to the thematic report of the Special Rapporteur on Freedom of Opinion and Expression to the UN Human Rights Council: “Freedom of Opinion and Expression and Sustainable Development - Why Voice Matters” (July 2023) https://perma.cc/W2DV-GJTS


Victoria Gronwald, Should there be ethical guidelines for government borrowing? –

The case of FIFA in Switzerland, Corporate Crime Observatory (March 2023) www.corporatecrime.co.uk/post/ethical-borrowing-fifa-switzerland 

 

Duncan Smith, Countering Fraud and Corruption in the Projects Financed by Multilateral Development Banks, Corporate Crime Observatory (December 2022) www.corporatecrime.co.uk/post/countering-fraud-corruption-mdbs


Donato Vozza, Cryptocurrency and Economic Crime: An Overview of Ten Select Cases, Corporate Crime Observatory (October 2022) https://www.corporatecrime.co.uk/post/cryptocurrency-and-economic-crime


Pietro Maria Sabella, Sanctions and ne bis in idem in the Italian anti-tax evasion legal framework: “Extended confiscation” to counter fiscal corruption, Corporate Crime Observatory (October 2022) https://www.corporatecrime.co.uk/virteu-reports


Costantino Grasso & Stephen Holden, Expert Survey Report: The Interconnections between Tax Crime and Corruption, Corporate Crime Observatory (September 2022) www.corporatecrime.co.uk/virteu-expert-survey


Pietro Maria Sabella, Eni & Shell acquitted in Italian bribery court case, Corporate Crime Observatory (July 2022) www.corporatecrime.co.uk/post/eni-shell-bribery-italy


Costantino Grasso & Stephen Holden, Countering Tax Crimes and Corruption: Recommendations for Law Enforcement Officials, Corporate Crime Observatory (July 2022) https://www.corporatecrime.co.uk/virteu-reports


Antonio Gullo, The interconnections between tax crimes and corruption in Italy, Corporate Crime Observatory (May 2022) https://www.corporatecrime.co.uk/virteu-reports


Ina Kubbe & Morten Andersen, Tax Injustice and Corruption? The adverse effects that tax evasion and tax avoidance exert on human rights, Corporate Crime Observatory (May 2022) https://www.corporatecrime.co.uk/virteu-reports


Ruslan Stefanov et al., The interconnections between tax crimes and corruption in Bulgaria, Corporate Crime Observatory (February 2022) https://www.corporatecrime.co.uk/virteu-reports


Daniel T. Ostas, Tax Compliance Through Governmental Capture: An Ethical Assessment, Corporate Crime Observatory (January 2022) https://www.corporatecrime.co.uk/virteu-reports


Events


Compliance, Avoidance, and Evasion in Taxation: The Role of Professionals - The Dark Area, (Corporate Crime Observatory, 10 November 2023), https://www.corporatecrime.co.uk/professionals-tax-compliance-and-abuse/#comp-lo5vn08x


Ethical Considerations in Utilizing Technology to Combat Economic Crime, International Conference: Economic Crime in the Age of Technology (ECAT), (Corporate Crime Observatory, 5 July 2023), www.corporatecrime.co.uk/economic-crime-and-technology


Tax Evasion, Corruption and the Distortion of Justice, Session II, (Corporate Crime Observatory, 21 June 2023), https://www.corporatecrime.co.uk/tax-evasion-corruption-justice


Tax Evasion, Corruption and the Distortion of Justice, Session I, (Corporate Crime Observatory, 19 May 2023), https://www.corporatecrime.co.uk/tax-evasion-corruption-justice


International Roundtable: Corporations, Governance, and Crime, (Corporate Crime Observatory, 17 November 2022), www.corporatecrime.co.uk/corporations-governance-and-crime


VIRTEU International Final Conference, (Corporate Crime Observatory, 23/24 June 2022), https://www.corporatecrime.co.uk/virteu-final-conference-day1-intro

Whistling at the Fake International Roundtable “Mal- Mis- Disinformation and the Public Sector“, (Corporate Crime Observatory, 25 February 2022), https://www.corporatecrime.co.uk/whistling-at-the-fake-roundtable-public-sector


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