Work in progress:

Professional Competition in Global Tax Reform: Transparency in Global Wealth Chains (available via SocArXiv)

Transnational Professional Competition in Fields and Ecologies (available via SocArXiv)

Transparency. In Leonard Seabrooke and Duncan Wigan (eds.) ‘Global Wealth Chains: Asset Strategies in the World Economy‘. Oxford: Oxford University Press, forthcoming.

The Rise of the EU in International Tax Politics. In George Christou and Jacob Hasselbalch (eds.) ‘Networks and the European Union: Threats and Opportunities of Complexity‘. London: Routledge, forthcoming.

Non-peer reviewed papers:

(2017) New Players, New Game: The role of the public and political debate in the development of action on international tax issues (with Maya Forstater). European Tax Policy Forum Research Paper.

Opinion pieces:

(2018) Going all in on digital tax (with Tim Law and Benoît Roussel), GPLUS, 21 March.

(2017) Paradise Papers bør føre til en ny global skat (with Saila Stausholm), Politiken, 16 November.

(2017) Law and morality in the Paradise Papers, Global Responsible Tax Project, 15 November.

(2016) Sådan bekæmper vi skattely, Information, 16 April.

Anthology contributions:

(2017) Hvad er skattely?, Jakob Vestergaard and Inge Røpke (eds.) ‘OmFinans’.

(2017) Hvad er omfanget af skattely?, Jakob Vestergaard and Inge Røpke (eds.) ‘OmFinans‘.

(2017) Hvilke udfordringer skaber skattely?, Jakob Vestergaard and Inge Røpke (eds.) ‘OmFinans’.


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