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The Resource Research handbook on money laundering

Research handbook on money laundering

Label
Research handbook on money laundering
Title
Research handbook on money laundering
Contributor
Subject
Language
eng
Summary
This book provides original research on the current money laundering debate and provides insightful predictions and recommendations for future developments. It provides a number of essays on different aspects of money laundering. Topics discussed are the history, the scale of the problem, different types of money laundering, the costs to the private sector and the effectiveness of anti-money laundering policies and legislation. The book consists of eight parts. Part I: introduction; Part: II the history of money laundering; Part III: the problem, Part IV: who is threatened by laundering activities?; Part V: the scale of the problem; Part VI: ways to launder; Part VII: legislation of money laundering and Part VIII: implementation and effectiveness of anti-money laundering
Geographic coverage
International
Index
no index present
Language note
English
Literary form
non fiction
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  • Unger, B
  • Linde, D. van der
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  • money laundering
  • anti-money laundering
  • tax evasion
  • tax fraud
  • illegal activity
  • immovable property
  • tax haven
  • anti-avoidance
  • derivative financial instrument
  • legal professional privilege
Label
Research handbook on money laundering
Instantiates
Publication
Contents
  • Introduction
  • Unger, B.
  • ; p. 3-16
  • Money laundering regulation: from Al Capone to Al Qaeda
  • Unger, B.
  • ; p. 19-32
  • The effects of money laundering
  • Ferwerda, J.
  • ; p. 35-46
  • Money laundering and its effects on crime: a macroeconomic approach
  • Masciandaro, D.
  • ; p. 47-56
  • Money laundering, drugs and prostitution as victimless crimes
  • Groot, L.
  • ; p. 57-67
  • The costs of fraud
  • Levi, M.
  • ; p. 68-77
  • Terrorism: causes, effects and the role of money laundering
  • Krieger, T.
  • Meierrieks, D.
  • ; p. 78-91
  • Measuring money laundering threat
  • Brettl, J.
  • ; p. 95-109
  • Conducting national money laundering or financing of terrorism risk assessment
  • Dawe, S.
  • ; p. 110-126
  • Why do some states tolerate money laundering? On the competition for illegal money
  • McCarthy, K.J.
  • ; p. 127-142
  • Money laundering and small states: the practical experience of Liechtenstein
  • von und zu Liechtenstein, M.
  • ; p. 143-147
  • The role of small states for financial market integrity: Austria
  • Nowotny, E.
  • ; p. 148-156
  • Measuring global money laundering: the 'Walker gravity model'
  • Walker, J.
  • Unger, B.
  • ; p. 159-171
  • A preliminary attempt to estimate the financial flows of transnational crime using the MIMIC method
  • Buehn, A.
  • Schneider, F.
  • ; p. 172-189
  • The scale of the global financial structure facilitating money laundering
  • Baker, R.W.
  • ; p. 190-193
  • Efforts of the UN to find out about major routes of drugs and drug money
  • Pietschmann, T.
  • ; p. 194-206
  • Using dynamic macroeconomics for estimating money laundering: a simulation for the EU, Italy and the United States
  • Bagella, M.
  • Busato, F.
  • Argentiero, A.
  • ; p. 207-223
  • Are estimates of the volume of money laundering either feasible or useful?
  • Reuter, P.
  • ; p. 224-231
  • Crime-money and financial conduct
  • van Duyne, P.C.
  • ; p. 232-250
  • International trade mispricing: trade-based money laundering and tax evasion
  • Zdanowicz, J.S.
  • ; p. 253-267
  • Detecting money laundering in the real estate sector
  • Ferwerda, J.
  • Unger, B.
  • ; p. 268-282
  • Cash economy, measuring the tax gap from the tax administrative perspective
  • van Kommer, V.
  • ; p. 283-292
  • Is the Netherlands a tax h(e)aven?
  • Tromp, L.
  • van Rossum, I.
  • Buehn, A.
  • van Kommer, V.
  • ; p. 293-320
  • Dirty complexity: money laundering through derivatives
  • Biggins, J.
  • ; p. 321-331
  • E-gaming, money laundering and the problem of risk assessment
  • Levi, M.
  • ; p. 332-345
  • The risk-based approach to anti-money laundering and counter-terrorist financing in international and EU standards: what it is, what it entails
  • Costanzo, P.
  • ; p. 349-367
  • Prevention of money laundering and terrorist financing from a good governance perspective
  • van den Broek, M.
  • Addink, H.
  • ; p. 368-378
  • Economic crimes and money laundering: a new paradigm for the criminal justice system?
  • Vervaele, J.
  • ; p. 379-396
  • How to dodge drowning in data? Rule- and risk-based anti-money laundering policies compared
  • Unger, B.
  • van Waarden, F.
  • ; p. 399-425
  • Reporting duty for lawyers versus legal privilege - unresolved tension
  • Stouten, M.
  • Tilleman, A.
  • ; p. 426-434
  • Money laundering - 'You don't see it, until you understand it': rethinking the stages of the money laundering process to make enforcement more effective
  • van Koningsveld, J.
  • ; p. 435-451
  • Access by law enforcement agencies to financial data
  • Mühl, B.
  • ; p. 452-461
  • The role of information for successful AML policy
  • Deleanu, I.
  • ; p. 462-473
  • Evaluating anti-money laundering policies: where are we?
  • Vettori, B.
  • ; p. 474-485
Extent
xiv, 502 p.
Isbn
9789780857936
Isbn Type
3997
Label
Research handbook on money laundering
Publication
Contents
  • Introduction
  • Unger, B.
  • ; p. 3-16
  • Money laundering regulation: from Al Capone to Al Qaeda
  • Unger, B.
  • ; p. 19-32
  • The effects of money laundering
  • Ferwerda, J.
  • ; p. 35-46
  • Money laundering and its effects on crime: a macroeconomic approach
  • Masciandaro, D.
  • ; p. 47-56
  • Money laundering, drugs and prostitution as victimless crimes
  • Groot, L.
  • ; p. 57-67
  • The costs of fraud
  • Levi, M.
  • ; p. 68-77
  • Terrorism: causes, effects and the role of money laundering
  • Krieger, T.
  • Meierrieks, D.
  • ; p. 78-91
  • Measuring money laundering threat
  • Brettl, J.
  • ; p. 95-109
  • Conducting national money laundering or financing of terrorism risk assessment
  • Dawe, S.
  • ; p. 110-126
  • Why do some states tolerate money laundering? On the competition for illegal money
  • McCarthy, K.J.
  • ; p. 127-142
  • Money laundering and small states: the practical experience of Liechtenstein
  • von und zu Liechtenstein, M.
  • ; p. 143-147
  • The role of small states for financial market integrity: Austria
  • Nowotny, E.
  • ; p. 148-156
  • Measuring global money laundering: the 'Walker gravity model'
  • Walker, J.
  • Unger, B.
  • ; p. 159-171
  • A preliminary attempt to estimate the financial flows of transnational crime using the MIMIC method
  • Buehn, A.
  • Schneider, F.
  • ; p. 172-189
  • The scale of the global financial structure facilitating money laundering
  • Baker, R.W.
  • ; p. 190-193
  • Efforts of the UN to find out about major routes of drugs and drug money
  • Pietschmann, T.
  • ; p. 194-206
  • Using dynamic macroeconomics for estimating money laundering: a simulation for the EU, Italy and the United States
  • Bagella, M.
  • Busato, F.
  • Argentiero, A.
  • ; p. 207-223
  • Are estimates of the volume of money laundering either feasible or useful?
  • Reuter, P.
  • ; p. 224-231
  • Crime-money and financial conduct
  • van Duyne, P.C.
  • ; p. 232-250
  • International trade mispricing: trade-based money laundering and tax evasion
  • Zdanowicz, J.S.
  • ; p. 253-267
  • Detecting money laundering in the real estate sector
  • Ferwerda, J.
  • Unger, B.
  • ; p. 268-282
  • Cash economy, measuring the tax gap from the tax administrative perspective
  • van Kommer, V.
  • ; p. 283-292
  • Is the Netherlands a tax h(e)aven?
  • Tromp, L.
  • van Rossum, I.
  • Buehn, A.
  • van Kommer, V.
  • ; p. 293-320
  • Dirty complexity: money laundering through derivatives
  • Biggins, J.
  • ; p. 321-331
  • E-gaming, money laundering and the problem of risk assessment
  • Levi, M.
  • ; p. 332-345
  • The risk-based approach to anti-money laundering and counter-terrorist financing in international and EU standards: what it is, what it entails
  • Costanzo, P.
  • ; p. 349-367
  • Prevention of money laundering and terrorist financing from a good governance perspective
  • van den Broek, M.
  • Addink, H.
  • ; p. 368-378
  • Economic crimes and money laundering: a new paradigm for the criminal justice system?
  • Vervaele, J.
  • ; p. 379-396
  • How to dodge drowning in data? Rule- and risk-based anti-money laundering policies compared
  • Unger, B.
  • van Waarden, F.
  • ; p. 399-425
  • Reporting duty for lawyers versus legal privilege - unresolved tension
  • Stouten, M.
  • Tilleman, A.
  • ; p. 426-434
  • Money laundering - 'You don't see it, until you understand it': rethinking the stages of the money laundering process to make enforcement more effective
  • van Koningsveld, J.
  • ; p. 435-451
  • Access by law enforcement agencies to financial data
  • Mühl, B.
  • ; p. 452-461
  • The role of information for successful AML policy
  • Deleanu, I.
  • ; p. 462-473
  • Evaluating anti-money laundering policies: where are we?
  • Vettori, B.
  • ; p. 474-485
Extent
xiv, 502 p.
Isbn
9789780857936
Isbn Type
3997

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