Selected publications by project participants

2016

  • Ates, L. Joachim Englisch 2016
    Associated Enterprises/Transfer Pricing (Art. 9 and 12/6): Turkish Perspective in Interpretation, Practice and Future Trends of the German-Turkish Double Tax Convention
    On İki Levha 159-182
  • Ates, L.
    Michael Lang et all 2016
    Turkey in Trends and Players in Tax Policy
    IBFD 799-806
    Ch.34.
    Click here for Link
  • Bryan, D.
    Rafferty, M. & Wigan, D. 2016
    ‘Politics, Time and Space in the Era of Shadow Banking’, Special issue on ‘The Shadow Banking System’
    Review of International Political Economy. Click here for link
  • Cobham, A. Picciotto, S., P. Janský & S. Loretz  2016
    Key Findings from Global Analyses of Multinational Profit Misalignment in ‘Unitary taxation’
    Brighton: International Centre for Tax and Development. Click here for link
  • Hakelberg, L. 2016
    Coercion in international tax cooperation: “identifying the prerequisites for sanction threats by a great power“
    Review of International Political Economy
    Ch. 23(3) Click here for link
  • Harari, M. Shanan, T. & Leviner, S. 2016
    Current Issues in Cross Border Taxation and Inbound Investment in the State of Israel – A chapter in ‘Taxation and Development’
    Springer Publisher Forthcoming
  • Harrington, E.B. 2016
    Trusts and Financialization
    Socio-Economic Review. Click here for link
  • Harrington, E.B. 2016
    Why Tax Havens Are Political and Economic Disasters
    The Atlantic. Click here for link
  • Janský, P. Kokeš, O. 2016
    Profit-shifting from Czech multinational companies to European tax havens
    Applied Economics Letters, 1130-1133
    Ch. 23(16) Click here for link
  • Janský, P. Křehlík, T., & Skuhrovec, J. 2016
    Do EU funds crowd out other public expenditures? Evidence on the additionality principle from the detailed Czech municipalities’ data
    European Planning Studies 1-20.
    Ch. 0(0) Click here for link
  • Killian, S. O’Regan, P. 2016
    ‘Social Accounting and the Co-Creation of Corporate Legitimacy’
    Accounting Organizations And Society 1-12.
    Ch. 50 Click here for link
  • Meinzer, M. Rixen, T. & Dietsch, P. 2016
    Towards a Common Yardstick to Identify Tax Havens and to Facilitate Reform, in “Global Tax Governance – What is Wrong with it, and How to Fix it.” Colchester
    255-288. Click here for link
  • Millo, Y. Kellard, N., Simon, J. & Engel, O. 2016
    “Close Communications: Hedge Funds, Brokers and the Emergence of Herding”
    British Journal of Management. Click here for link
  • Rixen, T. Dietsch, P. 2016
    Global Tax Governance. What’s wrong with it and how to fix it
    ECPR Press, Book, Click here for link

2015

  • Ates, L. Billur Yalti 2015
    Advance an Alternatif Dispute Resolution Mechanism: Turkish Experience in Settlement of Tax Disputes: Alternative Mechanisms Pricing Agreements as Beta
    297-308 Click here for link
  • Ates, L. 2015
    Automatic Exchange of Tax Information Standard and Turkey
    Inonu Universitesi Hukuk Fakultesi Dergisi 665-682
  • Cobham, A. 2015
    Uncounted: Power, inequalities and the post
    Data revolution, Development
    320-337.
    Ch. 57(3) Click here for link
  • Cobham, A., Janský, P. & Meinzer, M. 2015
    The Financial Secrecy Index: Shedding New Light on the Geography of Secrecy
    Economic Geography
    281–303
    Ch. 91(3)
    Click here for link 
  • Hakelberg, L. 2015
    The power politics of international tax co-operation: Luxembourg, Austria and the automatic exchange of information
    Journal of European Public Policy
    Ch. 22(3) Click here for link
  • Hakelberg, L. Dietsch, P. & Rixen, T. 2015
    “Redistributive Tax Cooperation: Automatic exchange of information, US power, and the absence of joint gains“, in Global Tax Governance
    ECPR Press
  • Harari, M. 2015
    Commissioner and Editor of Real Estate Tax and Inequality in Israel
    TJN IL. Click here for link
  • Harari, M. 2015
    The Fiduciary Duties and the Duty of Care of Directors, Corporate Organs and Professional Consultants with regard to Tax Planning
    TJN IL Click here for link
  • Harari, M. 2015
    A Proposal to Adopt a Reform in Taxing Multinational Corporations in Israel – Unitary Taxation
    TJN-IL-Report Click here for link
  • Harrington, E.B. 2015
    Going Global: Professions and the Micro-Foundations of Institutional Change
    Journal of Professions and Organization. Click here for link
  • Janský, P. Prats, A. 2015
    International Profit-Shifting out of Developing Countries and the Role of Tax Havens.
    Development Policy Review
    271-292
    Ch. 33(3) Click here for link
  • Janský, P. 2015
    Updating the Rich Countries’ Commitment to Development Index: How They Help Poorer Ones Through Curbing Illicit Financial Flows.
    Social Indicators Research
    43-65
    Ch. 141(1) Click here for link
  • Killian, S. 2015
    ‘On responsibility and tax policy: an exploration based on Ireland and Malawi’ In: Sean Healy (eds). Measuring Up? Ireland’s progress: past present and future
    Social Justice Ireland. Click here for link
  • Meinzer, M. 2015
    Warum bei uns viele Reiche keine Steuern zahlen
    Steueroase Deutschland. Click here for link
  • Meinzer, M.
    Et al. 2015
    The Financial Secrecy Index: Shedding New Light on the Geography of Secrecy
    Journal of Economic Geography
    Ch. 91(3) Click here for link
  • Murphy, R. 2015
    European Banks’ Country-by-Country Reporting
    A Review of CRD IV Data. Click here for link
  • Panourgias, N.S 2015
    Capital markets integration: A sociotechnical study of the development of across-border securities settlement system
    Technological Forecasting and Social Change
    317-338
    Ch. 99 Click here for link
  • Panourgias, N. S. Scarbrough, H. & Nandhakumar, J. 2015
    ‘Developing a Relational View of the Organizing Role of Objects: A study of the innovation process in computer games’
    Organization Studies. Click here for link
  • Seabrooke, L. Wigan, D. 2015
    ‘Powering Ideas through Expertise: Switchmen in Global Tax Battles’
    Journal of European Public Policy
    357-374
    Ch. 23(3) Click here for link
  • Seabrooke, L.Wigan, D. 2015
    ‘How Activists use Benchmarks: Reformist and Revolutionary Benchmarks for Global Economic Justice’
    Review of International Studies
    887-904.
    Ch. 41(5) Click here for link

2014

  • Cobham, A.
    2014
    The impacts of Illicit Financial Flows on Peace and Security in Africa
    Study for Tana High-Level Forum on Peace and Security in Africa. Click here for link
  • Meinzer, M. Ötsch, W.O., Grözinger, G., Beyer, K.M., & Bräutigam, L. 2014
    Current Practice of Automatic Tax Information Exchange in Selected Countries, in: “The Political Economy of Offshore Jurisdictions.”
    97-132
    Click here for link
  • Meinzer, M. Knobel, A. 2014
    The end of bank secrecy? Bridging the gap to effective automatic information exchange. An Evaluation of OECD’s Common Reporting Standard (CRS) and its alternatives
    TJN-Report
  • O’Regan, P. Killian, S. 2014
    ”Professionals who understand’: Expertise, public interest and societal risk governance’
    Accounting Organizations And Society
    615-631
    Ch. 39. Click here for link
  • Palan, R. Wigan, D. 2014
    ‘Herding Cats and Taming Tax Havens: The US Strategy of ‘Not In My Backyard’
    Global Policy
    DOI: 10.1111/1758-5899.12135. Click here for link
  • Palan, R. 2014
    Where the struggle against international tax avoidance is heading: Multi-jurisdictionality
    FSC: Report 2014 link to Keynote article
  • Rixen, T. Dietsch, P. 2014
    Tax Competition and Global Background Justice
    Journal of Political Philosophy
    150-177
    Ch. 22(2) Click here for link
  • Seabrooke, L. Wigan, D. 2014
    ‘Global Wealth Chains in the International Political Economy’
    Review of International Political Economy
    257-263.
    Ch. 21(1) Click here for link

2013

  • Harari, M.
    Sitbon , O. & Donyets-Kedar, R.
    2013
    Aggressive Tax Planning and Corporate Social Responsibility in Israel
    Accountancy Business and The Public Interest Journal
    1-46.
    Ch. 12. Click here for link
  • Killian, S.
    2013
    ‘Crossed lines: two cases of tax policy incoherence’
    e-Journal of Tax Research
    375-385
    Ch. 11(3) Click here for link
  • Millo, Y. Mikes, A. & Hall, M. 2013
    “How Experts Gain Influence”
    Harvard Business Review. Click here for link
  • Rixen, T. 2013
    Why Reregulation after the Crisis is feeble: Offshore Financial Centers, Shadow Banking and Jurisdictional Competition
    Regulation & Governance
    435-459
    7(4) Click here for link

2012

  • Ates, L.
    2012
    Domestic Political Legitimacy of Tax Reform in Developing Countries: A Case Study of Turkey
    Wisconsin International Law Journal
    Ch. 30/3. Click here for link
  • Cobham, A. P. Reuter
    2012
    Tax havens and illicit flows in Draining Development: Controlling Flows of Illicit Funds from Developing Countries
    World Bank
  • Harari, M.
    Meinzer, M. & Murphy, R.
    2012
    Financial Secrecy, Banks and the Big 4 Firms of Accountants
    TJN-Report. Click here for link

2011 and earlier

  • Killian, S.
    2011
    Driving the Getaway Car? Ireland, Tax and Development
    A report produced for DDC Press
  • Rixen, T.
    2011
    From Double Tax Avoidance to Tax Competition: Explaining the Institutional Trajectory of International Tax Governance
    Review of International Political Economy
    197-227
    Ch. 18(2) Click here for link
  • Palan, R.
    Murphy, R. & Chavagneux, C.
    2010
    Tax Havens: How Globalization Really Works
    Cornell University Press. Click here for link
  • Rixen, T.
    2008
    The Political Economy of International Tax Governance
    Palgrave/McMillan. Click here for link
  • Millo, Y. Muniesa, F., Panourgias, N. & Scott, S. 2005
    “Organised Detachment: Clearinghouse Mechanisms in Financial Markets”
    Information and Organization
    229-246
    Ch. 15(3) Click here for link
  • Millo, Y. MacKenzie, D. 2003
    “Negotiating a Market, Performing Theory: The Historical Sociology of a Financial Derivatives Exchange”
    American Journal of Sociology
    107-145
    Ch. 109. Click here for link