‘Deconstructing offshore finance’ seminar at Oxford, September 2013

Last week, I attended the ‘Deconstructing Offshore Finance‘ seminar, held at St Peter’s College in Oxford. It was a gathering of critical social scientists (economic geographers, international business and management scholars, political scientists and sociologists), former policy makers and civil society organisations (Tax Justice Network) to examine the concepts, methods and policy implications of offshore finance in the contemporary global economy.  My thanks to Dariuz Wojcik for inviting me to the seminar and also to Gordon Clark and the Smith School of Enterprise and the Environment for sponsoring the event.

Seminar held at the Dorfman Centre, St Peter's College, Oxford
Seminar held at the Dorfman Centre, St Peter’s College, Oxford
Nottingham financial geographers, past and present. From left: Thomas Wainwright, Jon Beaverstock, Sarah Hall, Karen Lai
Nottingham financial geographers, past and present. From left: Thomas Wainwright, Jon Beaverstock, Sarah Hall, Karen Lai
Dinner at Balliol College, Oxford
Dinner at Balliol College, Oxford
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