Money Laundering and its Regulation. Alberto Chong Florencio Lopez -de-Silanes Federal Reserve Bank and IADB Conference Washington, DC, September 2005. © Florencio Lopez-de-Silanes. Motivation.
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Money Laundering and its Regulation
Federal Reserve Bank and IADB Conference
Washington, DC, September 2005
© Florencio Lopez-de-Silanes
All variables derived are defined in Table I
5-6. Prevalence of ML through banks and non-banks (GCR 2003).
ML by Currency Demand (Tanzi)
ML by Electricity Differences (KK)
Shadow Economy (DYMIMIC)
ML via banks
ML via non-banks
Indices range from 0 to 1 with higher values indicating stronger laws.