October 11th, 2017
Recently, a considerable amount of literature has been published on gender and tax compliance, showing that females tend to comply with tax law more than men. Why is it interesting, you ask?
May 24th, 2017
PRESS RELEASE As negotiators met in New York to discuss how to pay for development, new agreements on curbing illicit financial flows were worryingly absent NEW YORK—Government negotiators, members of civil society and the private sector met in New York this week to follow up on the United Nation’s Financing for Development commitments. But despite the continued drain
May 19th, 2017
Just shy of two years since the 3rd Financing for Development Conference was held in Addis Ababa, governments, civil society and policymakers will come together again. But rather than set new ambitions, we’ll be following up on the commitments of the past.
May 5th, 2017
The OECD has just made available the list of activated relationships to automatically exchange country-by-country reports between countries. They use big figures like 700 relationships, but don’t get fooled by those numbers – simply look at the image below to see who really has access to CbCR. Oh, by the way, there’s nothing wrong with