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Ghana, gold, secrecy, London, tax havens, Merrill Lynch, JP Morgan — what could possibly go wrong? Nick Shaxson is an Investigative Journalist on the staff of Tax Justice Network. His new book, The Finance Curse, […]
Post-Covid, are taxes hikes essential to fund the future? Or should we abandon “deficit fetishism” and spend our way to prosperity? Read here Mural by Megan Wilson. Photo: victorgrigas / Wikimedia Commons
Why efforts to limit tax competition should be at the centre of global economic policy cooperation, and about the role of trade agreements Brad W. Setser is the Steven A. Tananbaum senior fellow for international […]
The recent ruling of the EU’s General Court in favour of Apple and the Irish state has led to a renewed discussion around the future of Ireland’s tax haven status. Michael Rafferty argues that Ireland’s low-tax arrangements […]
Patricia and Christian talk to Professor Richard Murphy about monetary operations, tax justice, and the UK government’s standoff with the NHS regarding finances. Listen here
The ‘killer’ question that any journalists thinks that they can ask a politician who is proposing any new initiative is ‘how are you going to pay for it?’ The assumption is that government lives in […]