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VIRTEU
INTERNATIONAL FINAL CONFERENCE
23rd and 24th of June 2022 / 2:00 pm - 6:30 pm BST

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Day 2 - Panel 1 - 24th of June 2022, 2:10-3:10 pm (BST)

Exploring the multiple dimensions of institutional and regulatory capture in the area of taxation

Interactive Table of Contents
 
 

  • Panel Introduction: Prof. Stefano Manacorda

  • Presentation 1: Prof. Daniel T. Ostas
    Endogenous Tax Law: Regulatory capture and the ethics of political obligation

  • Presentation 2: Prof. Gaetana Morgante
    “The complexity of corruption as a multi-offences system

  • Presentation 3: Dr. Ina Kubbe 
    Tax abuses and their adverse effect on human rights - a specific look at state capture

  • Presentation 4: Dr. Jason MacLean
    Regulatory capture, complexity, and academics: Lessons from the agrochemical and energy sectors

  • Question & Answer Time

Suggested Citation

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HARVARD: [Speaker's surname, initial(s)] (2022) VIRTEU International Final Conference, Day 2 - Panel 1. Video recording at [00:00]. Available at: https://www.corporatecrime.co.uk/virteu-final-conference-day2-panel1

OSCOLA: [Speaker's name and surname] ‘VIRTEU International Final Conference’, Day 2 - Panel 1 (Corporate Crime Observatory, 24 June 2022), Video recording at [00:00], <https://www.corporatecrime.co.uk/virteu-final-conference-day2-panel1>

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Chair - Prof. Stefano Manacorda 

Stefano Manacorda (BA University of Naples; LLM Université Paris 1 Panthéon Sorbonne; PhD University of Florence), is a full professor in Criminal Law at the Università della Campania “Luigi Vanvitelli”. His research activity is focused on European and International criminal law, corporate criminal liability, white-collar crimes, protection of cultural heritage. In these areas, he is the author of almost 200 publications. He takes part regularly in national and international conferences and he is regularly consulted by domestic and international institutions.

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Prof. Daniel T. Ostas
“Endogenous Tax Law: Regulatory capture and the ethics of political obligation”

Daniel T. Ostas holds the James G. Harlow, Jr. Chair in Business Ethics at the University of Oklahoma. He has taught business economics, business law, and business ethics at both the undergraduate and graduate levels.  He has received more than twenty teaching awards. His research addresses the economics of marketplace ethics and the ethics of corporate legal strategy. An author of more than seventy scholarly works, including three books, Ostas has received more than a dozen international research awards. His coauthored book, Corporate Taxation and Social Responsibility, was recently published by Wolters Kluwer International.

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Prof. Gaetana Morgante
“The complexity of corruption as a multi-offences system”

Gaetana Morgante is Full Professor of Criminal Law and Director of the Law, Politics and Development (Dirpolis) Institute of the Sant'Anna School of Advanced Studies Pisa, Gaetana Morgante was CNR- NATO
Exellence Fellow at the Max Planck Institut of International Criminal Law and visiting professor at
the Universitè Catholique de Louvain. She is author of more than 150 publications in Italian, French,
German, English and Portuguese and principal investigator of national and international funded
projects on combating corruption, international terrorism and criminal economy.

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Dr. Ina Kubbe 
“Tax abuses and their adverse effect on human rights - a specific look at state capture”

Ina Kubbe is a Post-Doctoral Fellow working at the School of Political Science, Government and International Relations at Tel Aviv University, where she mainly researches and teaches on corruption, migration and conflict resolution. Ina also works as an international consultant for several organizations and institutions such as the European Union, OSCE, NATO or the United Nations Office on Drugs and Crime. She is specialized in social science methodology and comparative research on empirical corruption, democracy, governance and gender research as well as political psychology, and has published extensively in the area of corruption.

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Dr. Jason MacLean
“Regulatory capture, complexity, and academics: Lessons from the agrochemical and energy sectors”

Jason MacLean is an Assistant Professor in the Faculty of Law at the University of New Brunswick, and an Adjunct Professor in the School of Environment and Sustainability at the University of Saskatchewan. Jason's research focuses on climate change and sustainability law and policy across multiple sites and scales of governance, ranging from classrooms to cities, universities to states, international organizations to transnational corporations, and utilizes a mix of quantitative and qualitative research methods.