New publications on offshore finance and financial citizenship

I have a new paper on financial citizenship (co-authored with my former student TAN Choon Hang) that is now in press with Geoforum. The final corrected proof version of the paper is available for free download until 4 August 2015, no subscription or registration required. Please use this link. (The link below brings you to the regular journal page.)

Lai, Karen P.Y. and Tan, Choon Hang (2015) ‘ “Neighbours First, Bankers Second”: Mobilising financial citizenship in Singapore‘, Geoforum, Vol. 64, pp. 65-77.

I am also very pleased that a special issue on offshore finance that I have been working on with Dariusz Wojcik and Gordon Clark is now published in Economic Geography (2015, Vol. 91, Issue 3). This special issue emerged from an interdisciplinary seminar at St. Peter’s College Oxford, September 2–3, 2013, entitled “Deconstructing Offshore Finance: From State of the Art Towards a Research Agenda”. The seminar gathered participants from a variety of disciplines, including geography, business studies, economics, and law, as well as policy makers and activists.

Clark, Gordon L., Lai, Karen P.Y. and Wojcik, Dariusz (2015) ‘Editorial introduction to the special section: Deconstructing offshore finance‘, Economic Geography, Vol. 91, Iss 3, pp. 237-249, DOI: 10.1111/ecge.12098

Haberly, Daniel and Wójcik, Dariusz (2015) ‘Regional Blocks and Imperial Legacies: Mapping the Global Offshore FDI NetworkEconomic Geography, Vol. 91, Iss 3, pp. 251–280, DOI: 10.1111/ecge.12078

Cobham, Alex, Janský, Petr and Meinzer, Markus (2015) ‘The Financial Secrecy Index: Shedding New Light on the Geography of Secrecy‘, Economic Geography, Vol. 91, Iss 3, pp. 281-303, DOI: 10.1111/ecge.12094

Ledyaeva, Svetlana, Karhunen, Päivi, Kosonen, Riitta and Whalley, John (2015) ‘Offshore Foreign Direct Investment, Capital Round-Tripping, and Corruption: Empirical Analysis of Russian Regions’, Economic Geography, Vol. 91, Iss 3, pp. 305–341, DOI: 10.1111/ecge.12093 



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