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Raymond Baker speaks to IMPACT Series at Georgia Tech
March 28th, 2012
Task Force Director Raymond Baker spoke to MBA students at Georgia Tech (his alma mater) earlier this month, as part of their IMPACT speaker series. Previous speakers have included such prestigious names as Warren Buffett and Vice President Al Gore. He begins by explaining how illicit financial flows hurt the developing world, as well as the scope and scale of the problem. Raymond then asks the future business leaders in the audience to think about global inequality and their role in the world. He contrasts the humanizing philosophy of Adam Smith with the hard utilitarianism of Jeremy Bentham.
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Video – Oxfam America: Follow the Money
February 10th, 2012
Standing at the pump, watching the numbers tick away, do you ever wonder where the money goes? You're not alone: People on the other end of the pipeline are wondering too. While we feel the pinch in our pockets, citizens of oil-producing countries are often not seeing the profits.
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It's Time To Tackle Tax Havens
November 25th, 2011
Half of the world's trade passes through tax havens. Right now, they are hiding billions of dollars on behalf of criminals, dictators, wealthy individuals, and corporations. Watch this video, then find out what tax havens are, why they're so damaging and what we can do about it.
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Task Force Conference 2011: Session 1 – Beneficial Ownership
November 17th, 2011
This video shows a discussion about beneficial ownership from the Task Force 2011 Conference in Paris, France. Panelists discuss how a lack of disclosed beneficial ownership protects corrupt dictators and tax dodgers from law enforcement scrutiny, why legitimate businesses will not be hurt by the requirement, and implications for international development.
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