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Criminal finance: the political economy of money laundering in a comparative legal context

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    Hinterseer, Kris - Personal Name

    The original structure of this book was divided into three parts in addition to the first and last chapters. Chapter 1 provides an introduction by defining money laundering and placing the issues and challenges associated with the phenomenon into a comtemporary context. Chapter 2 examines the politics of monet laundering and looks at why governments may at times unintentionally support, deliberately overlook, or even engage in money laundering. Chapter 3 develops three economic models that demonstrate why monet laundering is a rational activity in which to engage, and some of the policy implications associated with attempting to curtail the trade in financial secrecy services... etc.


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    PENERBIT :
    Kluwer Law International : The Hague, 2002
    RINCIAN :
    xiv, 496 hlm., 24 cm.
    BAHASA :
    English
    ISBN / ISSN :
    978-90-411-9864-8
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