Article written for Money laundering:
“you don’t see it, until you understand it: rethinking the stages of the money laundering process to make enforcement more effective.”
Although the practice of disguising the illicit origins of money dates back thousands of years, the concept of money laundering as a multidisciplinary topic with social, economic, political and regulatory implications has only gained prominence since the 1980s. This groundbreaking volume offers original, state-of-the-art research on the current money laundering debate and provides insightful predictions and recommendations for future developments in the field.
The contributors to this volume – academics, practitioners and government representatives from around the world – offer a number of unique perspectives on different aspects of money laundering. Topics discussed include the history of money laundering, the scale of the problem, the different types of money laundering, the cost to the private sector, and the effectiveness of anti-money laundering policies and legislation. The book concludes with a detailed and insightful synthesis of the problem and recommendations for additional steps to be taken in the future.
Students, professors and practitioners working in economics, banking, finance and law will find this volume a comprehensive and invaluable resource.