The Shadow Economy, Tax Evasion and Money Laundering
In recent years economists and other social scientists have shown an increasing interest in analyzing issues such as the shadow economy, tax evasion, money laundering, corruption, and social benefit fraud. These research efforts have contributed, among other things, to a better understanding of why such behavior patterns occur, what extend they may have, how they may be traced, how they can be handled with appropriate policy designs and what their impact on welfare may be over time.
The conference aims at bringing together researchers working in these areas with a view to explore and discuss recent advances in the field and to increase awareness with respect to the subject in general.
Researchers working in these areas are therefore invited to submit papers or abstracts.
- Submission Deadline: March 1, 2011
- Notice of Acceptance: Before March 31, 2011
- Conference: July 28-31, 2011