Jeffrey Knapp

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Keeping public information about companies locked up behind paywalls and maintained by private interests is not in the public interest, writes Jeffrey Knapp.

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There is a lot for senators to pore over in the float and failure of Dick Smith, writes Jeffrey Knapp.

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Australia's big four accounting firms need to support transparency in what they do, not just in what they say, says Jeffrey Knapp.

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The notion that revealing how much big companies pay in tax might expose their CEOs to kidnapping is just one of the more colourful arguments in a litany of bogus excuses for non-disclosure, writes Jeffrey Knapp.

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Something is slowly killing our tax base, but what? UNSW’s Jeffrey Knapp and Fairfax’s Michael West are on the case. 

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Debt and deficit will continue until the worst of all the disasters is attended to: the disclosure disaster, writes Jeffrey Knapp.

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Hancock Prospecting's financial reporting practices are questionable, but what is more disconcerting is how little ASIC does to enforce the reporting requirements of the Corporations Act, writes Jeffrey Knapp.

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There is no excuse for the pattern of black holes in the financial records of Australian companies, including online betting companies, writes Jeffrey Knapp.