Caroline Doggart, Tax Haven Woman

October 13th, 2010

The Tax Justice Network is delighted to announce the creation of a new section on the TJN website, Special Features. This will be a very occasional series of feature articles, involving high quality research and journalism, which will complement our more academic Briefing Papers section, and other technical output that we have been publishing over recent years.

For our inaugural special feature we are extremely grateful to William Brittain-Catlin, a corporate investigator and author of “Offshore: the dark side of the global economy.” This is an interview with Caroline Doggart (pictured), an author for the Economist Intelligence Unit whose reports into tax havens since the 1970s became a sensation in the offshore world. Brittain-Catlin’s article represents an important piece of personal, political and economic history, and it neatly complements our recent research paper on the emergence of wide-scale British tax havenry from the late 1960s.

Click here to read Caroline Doggart, Tax Haven Woman.

With special thanks, too, to Shara Henderson for permission to use her photos.

Written by Nicholas Shaxson

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