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The Paradise Papers: Tax havens and offshore finance

When Feb 13, 2018
from 05:30 PM to 07:30 PM
Where Room B3, Institute of Criminology
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On February 13th 2018 Tuesday, the Violence Research Centre at the Institute of Criminology, University of Cambridge, is delighted to host Mr Luke Harding from the Guardian and Professor Jason Sharman from the Department of Politics and International Studies at Cambridge for a discussion on "The Paradise Papers: Tax havens and offshore financing - what are the consequences for the society?"

Luke Harding is a Guardian foreign correspondent who has reported from Delhi, Berlin and Moscow and covered wars in Afghanistan, Iraq, and Libya. Mr Harding has recently published the book "Collusion: How Russia Helped Trump Win the White House" and co-authored a second book "WikiLeaks: Inside Julian Assange's War on Secrecy." He is part of the Guardian's team behind the Panama Papers and the Paradise Papers. 

Professor Jason Sharman is the Sir Patrick Sheehy Professor of International Relations in the Department of Politics and International Studies at Cambridge, whose research interests range from the study of international corruption, money laundering and tax havens, to the global politics of the early modern world.

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The Violence Research Centre (VRC) conducts research to promote the understanding of the causes, the consequences, and the prevention of interpersonal violence. The VRC takes a strong interest in advancing quantitative methodologies for the study of violence and conducts longitudinal studies, experimental studies, programme evaluations, epidemiological surveys, and cross-national comparative studies. The research is done in close cooperation with leading experts from academia, policy-making institutions and civil society organizations.

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