The Professionals: Dealing with the Enablers of Economic Crime – VIRTEU International Symposium

On the 21st of July 2021, it was held the VIRTEU International Symposium “The Professionals: Dealing with the Enablers of Economic Crime“. VIRTEU (Vat fraud: Interdisciplinary Research on Tax crimes in the European Union – Grant Agreement no: 878619) is a high profile legal research project funded by the European Union, which aims at exploring … Continue reading The Professionals: Dealing with the Enablers of Economic Crime – VIRTEU International Symposium

Institutional Corruption and Avoidance of Taxation – VIRTEU Roundtable Session (Video)

Download the article in PDF format *** On the 12th of March 2021, it was held the fourth session of the VIRTEU Roundtable Discussion Series, which focused on "Institutional Corruption and Avoidance of Taxation". VIRTEU (Vat fraud: Interdisciplinary Research on Tax crimes in the European Union – Grant Agreement no: 878619) is a high profile … Continue reading Institutional Corruption and Avoidance of Taxation – VIRTEU Roundtable Session (Video)

Discussing Business Ethics: A Review of What Does It Profit? Podcasts

We are excited to present a partnership with the What Does it Profit? podcast series.  The main question posed by What Does It Profit? is "can businesses and corporations align growing returns with the greater good?" Addressing this, the host Dr. Dawn Carpenter talks with world’s leading thinkers, researchers, entrepreneurs and executives, exploring the most … Continue reading Discussing Business Ethics: A Review of What Does It Profit? Podcasts

Three thoughts on corporate corruption in the wake of the Samsung’s heir release from prison

On the 5th of February 2018, I was interviewed by Al Jazeera International during the 6 pm News. This "live" interview was held after that Samsung heir Lee Jae-yong, who was jailed for corruption, was released from prison on appeal. The Samsung scandal was related to the impeachment of President Park Geun-hye over alleged corruption … Continue reading Three thoughts on corporate corruption in the wake of the Samsung’s heir release from prison