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This presentation describes the international anti-money laundering and terrorism financing regime using the prism of experimental governance. Focusing on the Financial Action Task Force – the central organization in the fight against ‘dirty money’ – the strengths and weaknesses of the use of experimentalism in combating illicit finance are identified. The FATF successfully created a broad standard for states to adhere, and the regime is flexible enough to accommodate different national approaches. At the same time, experimental governance favours processes over measurable outcomes. Therefore, the FATF’s success in combating ‘dirty money’ is, at best, open to debate.
Poster: Ian Roberge_Poster_Nov. 14_18
Speakers: Ian Roberge
Date: Wednesday, November 14, 2018
Time: 12 pm - 1:30 pm
Location: Senior Common Room, 140 McLaughlin College
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