In collaboration with Brigitte Unger, Michael Getzner and Joris Ferwerda, on March 18, we have published a new article in EPJ Data Science on money laundering networks. Using a unique real-world data set which includes criminal records, we compare how criminal networks develop in contrast to non-criminal ones.
On Tuesday, September 7th, 2021, I have received my doctoral title from Utrecht University. My thesis’ title is “Tax Dynamics and Money Laundering”.
This chapter analyses the effects of two recent tax policy reforms: Country- by-Country Reporting (CbCR) and Automatic Exchange of Information (AEoI) in the tax ecosystem. These two reforms have different goals: while the former aims at reducing tax avoidance of corporations, the latter one focuses on reducing tax evasion by individuals. How successful have these policies been and how successful will they be when implemented fully in all EU countries?
Together with James Alm and Erich Kirchler, on October 3rd, 2020, we have published an original article with Regulation & Governance.
This document is the thesis that I have written for my Masters in Information Studies at the University of Amsterdam.