Gregory Rawlings
Gregory Rawlings
Senior Lecturer in Social Anthropology, Department of Anthropology and Archaeology, University of
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The amounts and the effects of money laundering
B Unger, M Siegel, J Ferwerda, W de Kruijf, M Busuioic, K Wokke, ...
Report for the Ministry of Finance 16 (2020.08), 22, 2006
1412006
Cultural narratives of taxation and citizenship: Fairness, groups and globalisation
G Rawlings
Australian Journal of Social Issues 38 (3), 269-305., 2003
622003
Unfinished state: Drivers of change in Vanuatu
M Cox, H Alatoa, L Kenni, A Naupa, G Rawlings, N Soni, C Vatu, ...
Australian Agency for International Development, 2007
612007
Competing for criminal money
B Unger, G Rawlings
Global Business and Economics Review 10 (3), 331-352, 2008
602008
Foundations of urbanisation: Port Vila town and Pango village, Vanuatu
GE Rawlings
Oceania 70 (1), 72-86, 1999
581999
Taxes and transnational treaties: responsive regulation and the reassertion of offshore sovereignty
G Rawlings
Law and Policy, 2007
522007
Laws, liquidity and Eurobonds: the making of the Vanuatu tax haven
G Rawlings
The Journal of Pacific History, 325-341, 2004
402004
Mobile people, mobile capital and tax neutrality: sustaining a market for offshore finance centres
G Rawlings
Accounting Forum 29 (3), 289-310, 2005
382005
Voices for change: Australian perspectives on tax administration
G Rawlings, V Braithwaite
Australian Journal of Social Issues, The 38 (3), 263-268, 2003
33*2003
“Villages, Islands and Tax Havens: The global/local implications of a financial entrepôt in Vanuatu.”
G Rawlings
Canberra Anthropology 22 (2), 37–50, 1999
271999
The amounts and effects of money laundering (Report for the Ministry of Finance)
B Unger, G Rawlings, M Siegel, J Ferwerda, W de Kruijf, M Busuioic, ...
Utrecht: Utrecht School of Economics, Australian National University, 2006
222006
Statelessness, Human Rights and Decolonisation: Citizenship in Vanuatu, 1906–80
G Rawlings
The Journal of Pacific History 47 (1), 45-68, 2012
172012
National tax blacklists: A comparative analysis
J Sharman, G Rawlings
WG & L Financial Reporting and Management Research, 2006
16*2006
Regulating responsively for oversight agencies in the Pacific
G Rawlings
Canberra, ACT: Coral Bell School of Asia Pacific Affairs, College of Asia …, 2006
152006
Competing for criminal money
G Rawlings, B Unger
Discussion Paper Series/Tjalling C. Koopmans Research Institute 5 (26), 2005
152005
Deconstructing national tax blacklists: Removing obstacles to cross-border trade in financial services
J Sharman, Rawlings, Gregory
13*2005
" Once there was a garden, now there is a swimming pool": inequality, labour and land in Pango, a peri-urban village in Vanuatu
GE Rawlings
The Australian National University, 2002
122002
Lost Files, Forgotten Papers and Colonial Disclosures: The ‘Migrated Archives' and the Pacific, 1963–2013
G Rawlings
The Journal of Pacific History 50 (2), 189-212, 2015
112015
Intangible nodes and networks of influence: The ethics of tax compliance in Australian small and medium-sized enterprises
G Rawlings
International Small Business Journal 30 (1), 84-95, 2012
112012
Relative trust: the Vanuatu tax haven and the management of elite family fortunes
G Rawlings
Managing Modernity in the western Pacific, 2011
92011
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