?[a] good general guide to the development and process of money laundering, analysis of some of the former key players (e.g Noriega in Panama) and their methods, and the effects on the economics of the countries concerned....The book has the advantage of being accessible, with a fresh style on a topic that could be made extremely complicated and potentially boring.?-Brit. Bullotin of Pubs. on Latin America, The Carribian, Portugal and Spain.
About the Author
ROBERT E. GROSSE is Director of Research at Thunderbird, The American Graduate School of International Management. He holds a B.A. from Princeton and a doctorate from the University of North Carolina, both in international economics. He has taught international finance in MBA programs at the University of Miami, the University of Michigan, and at the Instituto de Empresa (Madrid, Spain), as well as in various universities in Latin America. He has published numerous studies on financial and managerial strategies of international firms and on government-business relations.