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 The Taxcast 
 Tax Justice Network monthly podcast
 Regular Show
 Nicholas Shaxson of Treasure Islands, Prof Vincenzo Ruggiero of the Crime and Conflict Research Centre at Middlesex University, Will McMahon of the Centre for Crime and Justice Studies, Prof David Whyte of Liverpool University
 Tax Justice Network  
 Attribution No Derivatives (by-nd) 
In the May 2016 Taxcast: What is corruption? Well, that's a political question, and the answer depends on who you ask. We discuss the anti-corruption summit in the City of London, the world's capital of sleaze and ask if the sun ever set on the colonial era and the idea that corruption is a poor country issue. We explore extortive corruption versus collusive corruption and look at a new Poll which indicates for the first time the vast gulf between what the British people consider corrupt, and what has become a 'normal' way of doing business and politics. The overlap between the public and private spheres raises serious questions about democracy – and the nature of global fraud.
Produced and presented by @Naomi_Fowler for the Tax Justice Network www.taxjustice.net

 The Taxcast: May 2016 Download Program Podcast
The Tax Justice Network's monthly podcast
00:30:00 English 2016-05-22
 London, UK
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