Chasing Dirty Money: The Fight Against Money Laundering (Google eBook)

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This book is the authority on money laundering, cited throughout the corruption and money laundering literature.

Contents

Chasing Dirty Money
1
Money Laundering and Its Control
3
Conclusions and Recommendations
6
How Much Money Is Laundered?
9
Macroeconomic Estimates
11
Microeconomic Estimates
19
Conclusions
23
Money Laundering Methods and Markets
25
Outcome Measures and Analytic Frameworks
119
Conclusions
128
Protecting Financial System Integrity
129
Financial System Integrity as an AML Goal
130
Evaluating Progress
132
Conclusions
136
Combating Global Public Bads
139
Corruption and Kleptocracy
148

Laundering Mechanisms
27
Which Methods Are Used for Which Crimes?
32
Who Provides the Laundering Services?
34
Markets for Laundering Services
35
Classification of Offenses
40
Conclusions
43
The AntiMoney Laundering Regime
45
Prevention and Enforcement
46
Current US AntiMoney Laundering Regime
49
US National MoneyLaundering Strategies
70
The Global AntiMoney Laundering Regime
77
Costs of the US AntiMoney Laundering Regime
93
Combating Predicate Crimes Involved in Money Laundering
105
Enforcement in the United Kingdom and Other Nations
114
Failed States
156
Improving the Global AML Regime
171
Scope of the AML Regime
172
Means to What Ends?
175
Implementation Challenges for the United States
177
Global Implementation Challenges
182
International Cooperation
183
Domestic Law Enforcement
186
Research Agenda
188
Final Comments
191
References
193
Glossary and Acronyms
201
Index
209
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