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Research topic: Offshore tax avoidance and the British state, 1906-1962
Supervisor: Ben Jackson
James Hollis is a D.Phil. candidate in history at Brasenose College, Oxford. He is the author of Union Cold Storage and the Birth of Multinational Tax Planning, 1897-1922 (University of Oxford Case Studies in the Global History of Capitalism, No. 9, 2019); the co-author, with Christopher McKenna, of The Emergence of the Offshore Economy, 1914-1939, in Capitalism’s Hidden Worlds, edited by Kenneth Lipartito and Lisa Jacobson (University of Pennsylvania Press, 2020); and the editor and translator of Alain Vernay’s classic 1968 work Tax Havens (Edward Ludlam, 2021).