MAKING TRANSPARENCY POSSIBLE – INTERDISCIPLINARY DIALOGUES 2019
Join a highly competent team of economists, financial analysts, professors in economics, journalism and communications and international investigative journalists from 8 countries for the third research conference in the series “Making Transparency Possible – Interdisciplinary dialogues”
WHERE: Oslo Metropolitan University, Auditorium «Athene», Pilestredet 46, Oslo.
WHEN: 18th March, 2019
This year´s conference will focus on
«Financial Secrecy and the impact of investigative journalism and cross-border collaboration on the public understanding of illicit financial flows.”
Speakers at the conference include:
- Anya Schiffrin, Director of Technology, Media and Communication specialization of Columbia University´s School of International and Public Affairs
- Joseph Stiglitz, University Professor at Columbia University and winner of the 2001 Nobel Memorial Prize in Economics
- Kalle Moene, Professor of Economics at University of Oslo
- Richard Sambrook, Professor of Journalism and Director of the Centre for Journalism at Cardiff University and former Director of Global News at BBC
- Frian Aarsnes, State authorized public accountant and expert in extractive industry taxation and fiscal design.
“There is a growing global consensus that the secrecy-havens—jurisdictions which undermine global standards for corporate and financial transparency—pose a global problem: they facilitate both money laundering and tax avoidance and evasion, contributing to crime and unacceptably high levels of global wealth inequality.” (Joseph E. Stiglitz and Mark Pieth)
“International accountability is an issue for lawyers, economists, politicians and lobbyists, scientists, health care professionals, academics, accountancy, business and finance professionals, and more. In a modern approach to accountability journalism, newsrooms should seek to partner and collaborate outside their profession as widely as possible, being open to the expertise of others.” (Richard Sambrook).
“The journalists of the past used some of the same techniques as the journalists of today: they went undercover, they looked for witnesses, they interviewed survivors and they tried hard to verify what they had heard second-hand. The people who opposed their reporting also used tactics we know today; hiring lobbyists, lawyers and public relations people, applying soft pressure and sometimes resorting to violence.” (Anya Schiffrin)
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