June 7th, 2021
Earlier this year, those of us advocating for increased financial transparency and an end to tax-dodging by multinational corporations were excited about the European Union potentially implementing some of the most progressive, pro-transparency regulations the world had ever seen. Beginning in 2016, the European Commission launched a draft directive to implement strong, uncompromising country-by-country reporting
April 22nd, 2021
The vast majority of Covid-19 recovery funds have gone to big corporations instead of toward welfare, small firms, or those working in the informal economy, according to the first major analysis of public bailout funds disbursed in developing countries during the pandemic.
April 7th, 2021
On Monday, new U.S. Treasury Secretary Janet Yellen spoke in front of the Chicago Council on Global Affairs. Amidst ongoing discussions in the U.S. about a proposed $2 trillion economic plan, as well as discussions on financial responses to the pandemic and the Biden administration’s proposed economic and investment policies, Yellen revealed that the U.S. is
March 17th, 2021
Curbing illicit financial flows (IFFs) under typical conditions is difficult—but trying to do so on top of battling a pandemic is a recipe for even more challenges. From travel shutdowns to figuring out digital collaboration, the past year has been one of constant obstacles and struggles. In addition to everything the Covid-19 pandemic threw our