Department of Law public lecture
Date: Tuesday 1 February 2011
Venue: Hong Kong Theatre, Clement House
Speakers: Dr Maurice Glasman, Nicholas Shaxson
Chair: Dr Ian Roxan
The City of London is an offshore island inside the British nation state, floating partly free from the democratic rules and restraints that bind the rest of us and fed by a network of tax havens around the world. Nicholas Shaxson and Maurice Glasman look at how this secretive network emerged and came to underpin the City's fearsome political and economic powers today.
Maurice Glasman, recently appointed Labour Peer and Reader in Political Theory at London Metropolitan University. He is the author of Unnecessary Suffering.
Nicholas Shaxson is the author of Treasure Islands: tax havens and the men who stole the world (Bodley Head) and Poisoned Wells, the Dirty Politics of African Oil, an associate fellow of the Royal Institute of International Affairs (Chatham House) and an
Dr Ian Roxan is a Senior Lecturer in Law at the Department of Law at LSE.
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