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GW Experts on Panama Papers

April 08, 2016
The George Washington University faculty includes professors who specialize is several issues touched by the Panama Papers finance scandal.
To schedule an interview with any of these experts, contact Jason Shevrin at 202-994-5631 or [email protected]. GW’s Flash Studio can facilitate live, remote or taped television and radio interviews.
Henry Farrell, an associate professor of political science and international affairs, is an expert on international politics and economics. He wrote about the Panama Papers for the Washington Post. 
Jessica Tillipman, the assistant dean for field placement at GW Law School, is an expert in corruption, government ethics and the Foreign Corrupt Practices Act. She is a senior editor of the FCPA Blog, which has been following the Panama Papers revelations.
Noel Maurer is an associate professor of international business and international affairs. He specializes in economic history of Latin America. He is the author of the author of “The Big Ditch: How America Took, Built, Ran, and Ultimately Gave Away the Panama Canal” an economic history of Panama, and recently spoke with On the Media about the historical roots of the Panama Papers scandal
Susan Ariel Aaronson is a research professor of international affairs. She specializes in international trade and investment, whistleblowing and transparency in trade policy. She is currently teaching a class on corruption and transparency.