Africa’s capital losses from illicit financial flows far outweigh inflows from aid or direct foreign investment. But what can be done? Guest edited by Triple Crisis bloggers Léonce Ndikumana and James Boyce, the latest bulletin from the Association of Concerned African Scholars tackles the issue head on, with contributions from a wide variety of leading scholars.
Edited by William Minter and Timothy Scarnecchia
Special Bulletin Editors: Léonce Ndikumana and James Boyce
Table of Contents
Rich Presidents of Poor Nations: Capital Flight from Resource-Rich Countries in Africa |pdf
Léonce Ndikumana and James K. Boyce
Illicit Financial Flows: A Constraint on Poverty Reduction in Africa | pdf
Janvier D. Nkurunziza
The Paradox of Capital Flight from a Capital-Starved Continent | pdf
Elizabeth Asiedu, John Nana Francois, and Akwasi Nti-Addae
Stolen Asset Recovery: The Need for a Global Effort | pdf
Tax Havens: An Emerging Challenge to Africa’s Development Financing | pdf
Information Resources on Capital Losses and Related Issues | pdf
Download the entire Bulletin in PDF here: pdf
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