In Part 1, I introduced the discussion about the use of industry policies in the Keynesian period after World War 2. Most nations adopted a mixed planning-market based system for allocating productive resources and the state was always central in setting out planning parameters, direct ownership and employment, and regulation. It was a system that researchers described as being “highly successful”.
This is probably the best analysis around concerning yesterday´s elections in Sweden. Read here
Campaigners say action plan falls short of Europe-wide measures that are required. What elso would one expect of the EU? Read here Justice commissioner Věra Jourová
‘Google and the other large companies that form part of the global tech vanguard are squeezing every last drop out of the “double Irish, Dutch sandwich” tax-avoidance trick before the loophole is finally closed by […]