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New Methods to PRevent, Investigate and Mitigate COrruption and TAX Crimes in the EU


Communication plan v1

The communications plan will explain what key messages PROTAX wishes to convey to the general public or major segments thereof.

Case studies of tax crimes in the EU

This deliverable will present key findings from the case studies. A first draft will provide the basis for D1.3, the final version will consider stakeholder feedback to D 1.3

Briefing report for stakeholders in Member States to add country-specific input

This report will summarise D1.2 and will be used to collect feedback from selected stakeholders.

Communication Plan v2

Updated communication plan, second version.

Dissemination and exploitation plan v2

Updated dissemination and exploitation plan, version 2.

Mapping of national stakeholder communities

This report produced for the preparation of focus groups will also provide a relevant database for all subsequent WPs

Dissemination and exploitation plan v1 (DEP)

PROTAX will prepare a dissemination and exploitation plan explaining who we want to reach, why, with what messages, how we would like to see stakeholders use the project results. The plan will be updated twice during the project.

Approaches to tax crimes in the European Union, based on validated focus groups input

This report will make the results of our comparative analysis of the focus groups available to the participants and the stakeholders identified in D2.1

The Case study design

This design will guide the analysis and will be based on current state of the art methodologies

Data management plan

The deliverable will spell out what data PROTAX collected, how it was collected, how the data is used, how it is protected and with whom it might be shared.

The project website

PROTAX will have the project’s website operational by month 3 and will update it on a monthly basis throughout the project. The website will be kept alive for up to two years after the project.

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The Importance of a Common Definition of Tax Crime and Its Impact on Criminal Countermeasures in the EU: An Explorative Study

Author(s): Prof. Umut. Turksen
Published in: European Law Enforcement Research Bulletin, 2020, ISSN 2599-5855
DOI: 10.2825/168513

OECD’s Global Principles and EU’s tax crime measures

Author(s): Prof. Umut Turksen and Dr. Adam Abukari
Published in: Journal of Financial Crime, 2020, ISSN 1359-0790
DOI: 10.1108/jfc-09-2019-0118

Katie Benson, Colin King & Clive Walker (Eds)—Assets, Crimes and the State: Innovation in 21st Century Legal Responses

Author(s): Umut Turksen
Published in: Amicus Curiae, Issue 1/3, 2020, Page(s) 547-553, ISSN 2048-481X
DOI: 10.14296/ac.v1i3.5185

Tax Crimes and Enforcement in the European Union

Author(s): Turksen, U., Vozza, D., Kreissl, R., Rasmouki, F. (Eds.)
Published in: Book, Issue Book, 2021