The Offshore Economist is a digital publication focusing on offshore corporate finance and on the cracks inherent to its practices.
The publication pursues a possible aesthetic of offshoring through a fluid form and content. It features a list of corporate tactics by Brett Scott, financial tricks courtesy of W. G. Hill, a journey between tax havens and electronic music by the Kybernetikos Kommando, marginal poetry by Annelyse Gelman and a short work of fiction by the Demystification Committee.
The Offshore Economist can be read online. The publication originated as a proposal during a meeting of the investors behind the Offshore Investigation Vehicle, an international corporate structure set up to collectively explore and model offshore financial practices.