In this course, you will learn about complex financial data, interpreting the economy of transactions, understand more about why and how legal frameworks may or may not deal with secrecy mechanisms, and understand more about aggressive tax planning, tax evasions, law, accounting and journalism and explore how to interpret and understand complex information on finance and financial transactions, including the workings of intricate global networks of businesses and webs of ownerships, including those registered in tax havens.
You can take this course in two different ways
The course is open to anyone who would like to learn more about the global networks of journalists that are helping reveal corruption, illicit financial flows and tax avoidance. In this case, there is no fee to take the course nor certificate at the end of the course. The course is simply a resource of texts, videos etc. that anyone can draw on for self-learning or perhaps use in other educational activities.
It is possible to take the full course signing up for an individual course in the masters in journalism at OsloMet. You can read more and apply for admission on the following website: https://oslomet.no/studier/sam/enkeltemner-master-journalistikk.