Black Finance: The Economics of Money Laundering
E. Elgar, Jan 1, 2007 - Business & Economics - 257 pages
The recent dramatic wave of terrorist attacks has further focused worldwide attention on money laundering phenomena. The objective of this book is to offer the first systematic analysis of the economics of money laundering.
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ABN AMRO action AML regime amount anti-money laundering anti-money-laundering assets Authority banking and financial BAWAG behaviour capital cash casino Chapter clients concealing countries criminal activities criminal bank criminal money criminal organization Criminal Sector definition deterrence dirty money discretionary reporting drug Dutch economic effort estimated example FATF financial institutions Financial Intelligence Unit financial system FinCEN fines flows foreign fraud function fund transfers Furthermore global gravity model Hence illegal activities incentives income increase Indover intermediaries investment Laffer curve laundered money law enforcement Masciandaro microeconomic million Minister of Finance monetary money laundering money-laundering money-laundering activity multiplier Netherlands number of reports optimal organized crime Penal Code phase predicate crime predicate offences problem proceeds prosecution real estate Refco regulatory reinvested revenues risk rule-based reporting sanctions smurfing suspicious activities Suspicious activity reporting tax evasion tax havens terrorism financing terrorist trade theory transaction costs Unger variables Walker