jurisdictional arbitrage

Suborbital Space Endeavor Finds a Solution at Sea

At The Seasteading Institute, we look at the ocean and see an opportunity to experiment with new forms of government. However, we recognize that the first seasteaders are likely to have more narrow purposes which enable them to profit from specific advantages that international waters possess over land.

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Blueseed’s Win Win Win Proposal

Economists often refer to voluntary trade between parties as "mutually beneficial," or to use a more common expression, trade represents a "Win Win," because the parties would only consent to a deal if they both believed it would make them better off. Blueseed, which hopes to enable new mutually beneficial business relationships between U.S.

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Royal Caribbean Bond Prospectus

In case you wonder – is this flag of convenience thing real? Will investors really invest in a company in some obscure foreign jurisdiction? This is from the risks section of a 2001 bond offering by Royal Caribbean (which I think was about $1B or so):


> **We are a Liberian corporation** and our selling shareholders are foreign corporations or partnerships.

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