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There is a lot of criticism on the Spanish left of the Social Democrat/Unidas Podemos coalition’s financial policy. Carlos Garcia Hernández analyses this from a Modern Monetary Theory perspective. Carlos Garcia Hernández is managing director […]
The Tax Justice Network ran a conference in early December connecting speakers from all over the world via their offices, living rooms and libraries. The reduction in carbon footprint – compared with flying 150 delegates […]
Fair Tax Mark examines the tax conduct of Facebook, Apple, Amazon, Netflix, Google and Microsoft over the last decade. The report questions whether the companies, collectively referred to as the ‘Silicon Six’, are paying their […]
Is this the bright new EU dawn which mainstream media keeps writing about? Read here
Grace’s talk in Berlin on November 12 in our series “Economics beyond the Swabian hausfrau”.
How globalisation has allowed small states to become major players and big cities to outgrow their nation-states Branko Milanović is an economist specialised in development and inequality. His new book “Capitalism, Alone: The Future of […]
As global capitalism continues to lurch from one crisis to the next, massive levels of tax abuse and avoidance are robbing governments of the resources they need. Nowhere is this systemic malaise more manifest than […]
Richard Murphy telling it like it is. Richard Murphy is Professor of Practice in International Political Economy, City University of London. He campaigns on issues of tax avoidance and tax evasion, as well as blogging […]
The distortions to Irish GDP created by new tax residents of Ireland (largely tax “optimizing” US multinationals) have become so big that they are contaminating the numbers for the euro area as a whole. Brad […]