Philosopher and teacher of political science at the University of Montreal, author of Canada, a New Tax Haven. Alain Deneault has a research doctorate from the Centre Marc Bloch, Berlin, and a Ph.D. in philosophy from Paris 8 University, under the supervision of Jacques Rancière. He has written several books on topics related to international finance, globalization, transnational corporations, and corporate tax havens.
His recent publications are Offshore: Tax Havens and the Rule of Global Crime (2011), Imperial Canada Inc.: Legal Haven of Choice for the World’s Mining Industries, co-written with William Sacher (2012), and Canada: A New Tax Haven (2014). His latest essay, titled Paradis fiscaux, la filière canadienne, won the Pierre-Vadeboncoeur Award at the Salon du livre de Montreal in 2014.