The Critical Handbook of Money Laundering [electronic resource] : Policy, Analysis and Myths / by Petrus C. van Duyne, Jackie H. Harvey, Liliya Y. Gelemerova
- Chapter 1. Money-laundering: a global issue and scarce knowledge -- Chapter 2. Methodology -- Chapter 3. Historical overview -- Chapter 4. Concepts, assumptions and consequences -- Chapter 5. Learning more about the FATF: Knowing the tree by its fruits -- Chapter 6. The legal studies literature -- Chapter 7. Economists' consensus: models and estimates -- Chapter 8. Behaviour and impact 'on the ground' -- Chapter 9. "What is all this good for?" A layman's question -- Chapter 10. Back to the essence and the future. .
- The overarching aim of this book is to bring order to the subjects of money laundering and of the anti-money laundering frameworks that have been written over the past thirty years. It provides scholars, practitioners and policy makers with a guide to what is known of the subject thus far. The book examines critically the underlying assumptions of research and of policy-making in the field and offers a systematic review of the most important policy and academic literature on the subject. .
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