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To hide behind institutions

Örman, Anna LU (2017) SGEK02 20161
Department of Human Geography
Abstract
In this essay will investigate in what way institutions may facilitate financial economic activity. I will focus on a financial secrecy index report written by Tax Justice Network, on Jersey, where they state that Jersey is a tax haven. As a theoretical framework I will use an economical institutional theory, in order to connect the actual institutions on the island with the ongoing economic activity. The methodology consists of an argumentative analysis, as I will structure and highlight the different arguments in the report mentioned above. The greater purpose of this essay is to associate history, geography and economy within the concepts of institutions and to gain a deeper understanding of the financial economic processes shaping... (More)
In this essay will investigate in what way institutions may facilitate financial economic activity. I will focus on a financial secrecy index report written by Tax Justice Network, on Jersey, where they state that Jersey is a tax haven. As a theoretical framework I will use an economical institutional theory, in order to connect the actual institutions on the island with the ongoing economic activity. The methodology consists of an argumentative analysis, as I will structure and highlight the different arguments in the report mentioned above. The greater purpose of this essay is to associate history, geography and economy within the concepts of institutions and to gain a deeper understanding of the financial economic processes shaping local environments. (Less)
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Örman, Anna LU
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SGEK02 20161
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M2 - Bachelor Degree
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Cultural geography, Institutions, Tax havens, Jersey
language
English
id
8923016
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2017-08-31 15:46:14
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2017-08-31 15:46:14
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  abstract     = {In this essay will investigate in what way institutions may facilitate financial economic activity. I will focus on a financial secrecy index report written by Tax Justice Network, on Jersey, where they state that Jersey is a tax haven. As a theoretical framework I will use an economical institutional theory, in order to connect the actual institutions on the island with the ongoing economic activity. The methodology consists of an argumentative analysis, as I will structure and highlight the different arguments in the report mentioned above. The greater purpose of this essay is to associate history, geography and economy within the concepts of institutions and to gain a deeper understanding of the financial economic processes shaping local environments.},
  author       = {Örman, Anna},
  keyword      = {Cultural geography,Institutions,Tax havens,Jersey},
  language     = {eng},
  note         = {Student Paper},
  title        = {To hide behind institutions},
  year         = {2017},
}