Gloria Riva

Gloria Riva is a journalist at l'Espresso and an Italian partner of the International Consortium of Investigative Journalism, ICIJ, for the investigations Lux Leaks, Swiss Leaks (Lagarde's List), Panama Papers, Paradise Papers, Bahamas Leaks, Panama Papers 2, Implant Files, Luanda Leaks and FinCEN. She is part of the Pulitzer Prize-winning team of journalists that broke the story on PanamaPapers in 2016.

ICIJ’s FinCEN Files Expose How Banks Turn a Blind Eye to Suspicious Transactions

A 16-months long investigation identified more than $2 trillion in transactions that were flagged as possible money laundering or other criminal activity....

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George Stigler on Henry Simons, “Crown Prince” of the Chicago School

To mark 75 years since the passing of Henry Simons, professor of Economics and Law at the University of Chicago, ProMarket is...

Electoral College Reform: New Problems or Real Solutions?

Each electoral system creates specific incentives to (mis)allocate government resources. Would putting the National Popular Vote (NPV) in lieu of the Electoral...

When Do Users Benefit From Platform Mergers?

A new paper shows that platform mergers can harness network effects at the cost of reducing the platform differentiation that users value. 

Harold Demsetz and Israel Kirzner Understood That Competition Regulates Markets

Economists Harold Demsetz and Israel Kirzner challenged the prevailing orthodoxy in microeconomic analysis and public policy beginning with their respective work in...

The Covid-19 Pandemic Should Not Delay Actions to Prevent Anticompetitive Consolidation in US Health Care Markets

Harvard Business School professor Leemore Dafny lays out potential reforms to assist agencies in halting anticompetitive acquisitions and practices, and to preserve...

Who Benefits From Competitive State-Level Legislatures?

A new paper finds that when interparty competition in state legislatures is high, well-connected and influential incumbent firms are best able to...

No More “Mystery Meat”: Why We Need Better Corporate Governance Data

Three decades of finance, economics, and legal studies in corporate governance have been built substantially on data sets with nearly unknown provenance....