The government has learned to use QE to fund the coronavirus crisis, which is all well and good except for the fact that there are significant wealth inequalities arising as a result as some in the population save substantial amounts. If we are to prevent runaway asset inflation arising a way to use those savings has to be found and they have to be used to fund constructive activity. I outline some new thinking on this issue in this video. There is much more thinking to do in this area if social justice is to exist after coronavirus.
Transit Lounge – Nicholas Shaxson talks power, money and the finance curse at Dark Havens
April 29, 2019 Mathew D. Rose Economics, Finance, Financial Institutions, Globalisation, Inequality, Monopolies, Tax 0
Nicholas Shaxson unveils the secrets of the seriously, filthy rich and talks me through how many of the world’s offshore tax havens are not only tropical islands, but actually British & OECD territories. Just what […]
Tax Justice Network – The 2018 Financial Secrecy Index
The Financial Secrecy index is a politically neutral ranking, the only one available to aid genuine understanding of global financial secrecy, tax havens or secrecy jurisdictions, and illicit financial flows or capital flight.
Renegade Inc. – Covid-19: Making markets scream!
March 9, 2020 Mathew D. Rose Economics, Finance, Financial Institutions, Globalisation, Inequality 0
The coronavirus has shut down factories and air travel globally. It’s shown us how brittle the world’s supply chains really are. But is it also being used to camouflage a decade of central bankers’ monetary […]
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