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  • ...clopaedia-of-Informality-Volume-2.pdf#page=183 Conclusion: how do tools of evasion become instruments of exploitation?] by Scott Radnitz
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  • ...a company gets involved in illicit practices such as bankruptcy fraud, tax evasion or embezzlement and when things go wrong, the ''stróman'' as the formal ow
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  • .... Ott (eds), Underground Economies in Transition: Unrecorded Activity, Tax Evasion, Corruption and Organized Crime. Aldershot: Ashgate: 142-65 </ref>. The vie
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  • ...police. In the end, Lipták was not charged with either corruption or tax evasion. But his story illustrates how the informal practices examined here are evo
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  • ...with banks (Yakovlev 2001: 38f<ref>Yakovlev, A. 2001. ‘'Black Cash' Tax Evasion in Russia: Its Forms, Incentives and Consequences at Firm Level.’ Europe-
    16 KB (2,359 words) - 16:45, 17 May 2019
  • ...ues embodied in official arrangements, there will be less tolerance of tax-evasion. The same might well apply to [[pulling strings]] in the UK, [[insider trad
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  • ...r racketeering, money laundering, drug and human trafficking, bribery, tax evasion, extortion, and terrorism (Rogoff 2016<ref>Rogoff, K.S. 2016. ‘The Sinist
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  • |style="font-size:1.1em;"|''Kupona'' is a system of tax evasion found in Kosovo and refers to the practice of commercial businesses not reg ...ef>). In the Taiwanese case, in order to prevent this specific form of tax evasion using receipts, the state prints lottery numbers for the state lottery on r
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  • ...ssia. On a tip-off from above, criminal cases can be opened or closed, tax-evasion charges can be pursued or conveniently forgotten, and law-enforcement offic
    12 KB (1,621 words) - 14:32, 23 May 2019
  • ...le. Entering ''tals'' is thus closely connected to influence peddling, tax evasion, racketeering, kickbacks and the grey economy in general.
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  • to demonetisation, the second often involved tax-evasion and the bypassing of legal
    14 KB (1,908 words) - 21:52, 17 May 2019
  • ...poulos, Constantine P. and Znidaric, Boris. 2007. ‘Informal Economy, Tax Evasion, and a form of tax noncompliance different from tax evasion in that it systematically uses legal
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  • ...]] – [[:Category: Social media| Social media]] – [[:Category: Evasion| Evasion]] [[Category: Evasion]]
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  • ...Housing-estate]] – [[:Category: Urban| Urban]] – [[:Category: Evasion| Evasion]] [[Category: Evasion]]
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  • ...clopaedia-of-Informality-Volume-2.pdf#page=183 Conclusion: how do tools of evasion become instruments of exploitation?] by Scott Radnitz
    23 KB (2,631 words) - 18:45, 18 February 2019