Dean Morriss Discusses "Moving Money" at CSFI London Round-Table

June 2, 2014

Andrew Morriss named as new dean of Texas A&M University School of LawDean Andrew Morriss, along with co-author Richard Gordon (Case Western Reserve), lead a round-table discussion of their recent paper "Moving Money: International Financial Flows, Taxes & Money Laundering" with Geoff Cook, CEO, Jersey Finance.

The event hosted by the Centre for the Study of Financial Innovation (CSFI) was held at the London Capital Club in London, England, June 5, 2014.

Morriss's "Moving Money" report was discussed in the article "Arguments against international finance centres are 'flawed', new study finds."  In the article, Jersey Finance CEO, Geoff Cook, commented "'Moving Money' is an extremely important contribution to the global debate in this area."

More news:

  • Read Dean Morriss's recent article "On the Usefulness of a Flat Economics to the World of Faith" in the Econ Journal Watch, volume 11, issue 2, published May 2014. The article is part of an online symposium.

  • Dean Morriss made Brian Leiter's list of "Top Ten" Lateral Moves for 2013-14 on his blog "Brian Leiter's Law School Reports," a member of the Law Professor Blogs Network.

    "Andrew Morriss (law & economics, labor & employment law, energy law, environmental law, business regulation) from the University of Alabama to Texas A&M University [formerly Texas Wesleyan Law], to become the Dean.  A prolific and well-known scholar, Morriss previously held tenured posts at the University of Illinois and Case Western Reserve University."