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Global Financial Information, Compliance Incentives and Terrorist Funding.

Abstract:

Interdiction of terrorist funds is a priority for intergovernmental cooperation. However, multilateral and unilateral attempts to ensure timely reporting of transactions made by targeted individuals or groups, and to deny them access to the international financial system, have had limited success. This is mainly due to economic disincentives for the disclosure of the identity and purpose of transacting agents, particularly those using correspondent banking services, informal money transfer ne...

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Journal:
European Journal of Political Economy
Volume:
20
Publication date:
2004-01-01
URN:
uuid:34b333d5-3405-4c6a-9aeb-0db950d9920b
Local pid:
oai:economics.ouls.ox.ac.uk:10715
Language:
English

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