Nicholas Shaxson

Nicholas Shaxson is a British writer, journalist and investigator. He is author of the 2007 book Poisoned Wells: The Dirty Politics of African Oil, and, following completion of Treasure Islands in 2010, a journalist and part-time writer and researcher for the Tax Justice Network, an expert-led group focused on tax and tax havens. In 2012 the International Tax Review named him as one of its “Global Tax 50” most influential people in international tax.

Since 1993 he has written extensively on global business and politics for the Financial Times, Vanity Fair, the Economist and its sister publication the Economist Intelligence Unit, Reuters, International Affairs, Foreign Affairs, the American Interest, the BBC, Africa Confidential, African Energy, and many others.

Recent Past Lectures
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Offshore, Onshore, Midshore: A Panel Discussion

Alderman & Sheriff Professor Michael Mainelli
Thursday, 27 March 2014 - 3:15PM
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Why a Competitive Tax System is a Bad Tax System

Nicholas Shaxson
Thursday, 27 March 2014 - 2:15PM