This is the second video of a two-part lecture in which the Stone Center’s Branko Milanovic discusses writings on inequality by François Quesnay, Adam Smith, David Ricardo, and Karl Marx and how their work can be interpreted in terms of interpersonal inequality. In this second video, Milanovic focuses on Ricardo and Marx.
Richard Murphy – How to fix the tax system
October 30, 2018 Mathew D. Rose Economics, EU politics, Finance, Inequality, National Politics, Tax 0
The effects of cuts to public spending in the name of austerity are clear to see. But what has happened to the tax system over this time? Tax expert and campaigner Professor Richard Murphy explains […]
Tax Justice Network – Podcast September 2017: Hurricanes, disaster capitalism, bitcoin bubble & over-reliance on GDP
In edition 69 of our monthly podcast, the September 2017 Taxcast we look at our over-reliance on unhelpful economic measures like Gross Domestic Product and how it constrains us. Also: we discuss hurricanes, tax havens […]
Branko Milanović – Germany and The Last European Colonial War?
Branko Milanović looks back at Ian Kershaw’s definitive work “Hitler – Nemesis” Branko Milanović is an economist specialised in development and inequality. His newest book is “Capitalism, Alone: The Future of the System That Rules […]
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