TNRC Blog Lessons from research: Using trade data to expose illicit financial flows and corruption in natural resource commodities, and broader applications
Lessons from research: Using trade data to expose illicit financial flows and corruption in natural resource commodities, and broader applications
This TNRC event, hosted by the Terrorism, Transnational Crime and Corruption Center, presented new research findings from an examination of trade data on timber from Peru, and discussed the implications and potential applications of this and similar research. The panel featured Camilo Pardo, Researcher at TraCCC, Camila Gianella, Researcher at the Chr. Michelesen Institute, and Channing Mavrellis, Illicit Trade Director at Global Financial Integrity, moderated by Julia Urrunaga, Peru Director at Environmental Investigation Agency. A recording of the event is above, and a PDF of slides can be downloaded here.
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