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The release of the “Paradise Papers” and “Panama Papers” made it painstakingly clear that tax havens can cause a number of negative political, economic and social impacts. Now a team of researchers from the centre and GEDB (Global Economic Dynamics and the Biosphere, Royal Swedish Academy of Sciences) have published the first study showing how tax havens underpin economic activities that potentially cause serious global environmental impacts. Read more