Do digital technologies facilitate illicit financial flows?

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Tropina, T.;
(2016)
  • Publisher: World Bank, Washington, DC
  • Subject: INFORMATION TECHNOLOGY | HARMONIZATION | ONLINE BUSINESSES | C2C | HACKERS | DIFFERENT PROTOCOLS | CUSTOMS | PUBLISHING | GATEWAYS | DATABASES | MONITORING | E-PAYMENT | INNOVATIONS | AT | FINANCIAL FLOWS | COMPUTER SYSTEMS | COMMUNICATIONS NETWORKS | COMMODITY | COMPONENTS | PRIVACY CONCERNS | SCANNING | LEGAL FRAMEWORKS | COMMODITIES | NETWORKS | RESULT | SEARCH | COMMUNICATIONS | TECHNICAL SUPPORT | B2B | ENCRYPTION | PAYMENT SERVICE | CREDIT CARDS | SYSTEMS | ELECTRONIC DATA | PHYSICAL PRESENCE | E-COMMERCE | E- COMMERCE | CUSTOMERS | TECHNICAL SKILLS | COMPUTERS | INNOVATION | WEBSITE | FINANCIAL SYSTEM | BUSINESS | INTERNET SERVICE PROVIDERS | PEER-TO-PEER | DATA TRANSFER | INFORMATION | CRIMINAL GROUPS | CAPACITY BUILDING | BUSINESS MODELS | NEW TECHNOLOGY | LEGAL ASSISTANCE | ADMINISTRATION | TELECOMMUNICATION | INSTITUTION | MOBILE COMMUNICATIONS | COPYING | PROTOCOLS | RESULTS | ACTION PLANS | EXCHANGE OF INFORMATION | SEARCHES | COMMUNICATION NETWORKS | TECHNOLOGY TOOLS | USERS | TECHNOLOGIES | COMMUNICATIONS TECHNOLOGIES | PRIVACY ISSUES | E-COMMERCE PROVIDERS | CRIME INVESTIGATION | MATERIALS | OUTSOURCING | MOBILE PHONE | INTERNET | MOBILE NETWORK | ONLINE DATABASES | PRIVACY | DIGITAL MONEY | COMMERCE | TELECOMMUNICATIONS | TECHNOLOGICAL INNOVATIONS | PAYMENT GATEWAYS | PAYMENT SYSTEM | DIGITAL | ELECTRONIC PAYMENTS | CAPABILITIES | INTERNATIONAL LAWS | PAYMENT METHODS | CUSTOM | TECHNOLOGY | ELECTRONIC DOCUMENTS | TARGET | PAYMENT SYSTEMS | CAPACITY-BUILDING | ELECTRONIC PAYMENT | E- GOVERNMENT SYSTEMS | DIGITAL ECONOMY | PAYMENT TRANSACTIONS | DIGITAL TECHNOLOGY | SOFTWARE | TECHNOLOGICAL DEVELOPMENTS | DIGITAL TECHNOLOGIES | ELECTRONIC MONEY | WIRE TRANSFERS | PRICE | BUSINESSES | ONLINE SERVICES | VALUE CHAINS | PROFITS | IMAGES | PORTALS | IP | IT | TRANSACTIONS | SYSTEM | PHONE | INFORMATION TECHNOLOGIES | GLOBAL COMMUNICATION | ONLINE PAYMENT | SERVER | FINANCIAL INSTITUTION | TECHNOLOGICAL DEVELOPMENT | PAYMENTS | RELIABILITY | TARGETS | COMPUTER | WEB | TELECOM | LAW ENFORCEMENT | INTERNET GOVERNANCE | COMPUTER DATA | DIGITAL CURRENCIES | GLOBALIZATION | GLOBAL ECONOMIES | FINANCIAL SYSTEMS | BUSINESS-TO-BUSINESS | COMMUNICATION TECHNOLOGIES | FREE SOFTWARE | INFORMATION EXCHANGE | DIGITAL ERA | WEBSITES | TRANSACTION | FINANCIAL INSTITUTIONS | SOFTWARE VENDORS | ECONOMIC ACTIVITY | DATA | ECONOMIC DEVELOPMENT | MARKETPLACES | ONLINE BANKING | NETWORKING | E- GOVERNMENT | PROTOCOL | AUTOMATION | LINKS | TRAFFIC DATA | DIRECT CONNECTION | COMMUNICATION | AUCTIONS | FINANCIAL TRANSACTION | VIRUSES | DEVELOPMENT OF INFORMATION | EQUIPMENT | ONLINE TRANSACTIONS | INSTITUTIONS | LICENSE | E-GOVERNMENT | FRAUD | CREDIT CARD | BASIC | INTERNET COMMERCE | NATURAL RESOURCES | LINK | MEDIA | E-GOLD | NETWORK | PAYMENT SERVICES | SECURITY | DATABASE | SERVERS | PRICES | PROFIT | DIGITAL NETWORKS | DATA FORMATS | NEXT GENERATION | INFORMATION NETWORKS | DEBIT CARD | ONLINE PAYMENT SYSTEMS | SERVICE PROVIDERS | NEW TECHNOLOGIES | USES | USER | BUSINESS RELATIONSHIP | CUSTOMER
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The emerging concept of illicit financial flows has become a crosscutting issue on the international agenda in recent years. This umbrella term refers to money illegally earned, transferred, or used. With the d... View more
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