Science meets practice: The new transparency - opportunity or brake for the economy?

Transparency is becoming an increasingly popular political tool: it promises to reduce entrepreneurial misconduct and information asymmetries, build trust, and improve entrepreneurial action. However, the demand for more transparency also produces increasingly extensive reporting obligations and growing amounts of data. When is transparency useful, and when does it become a problem? These and other important questions about reporting, taxation, controlling, and corporate transparency were discussed in a large group. More information about the event can be found here.