Tag Archives: taxes

Fiscal Keynesianism for the Upper Classes

Keynesian measures are politically very contentious in the U.S. — even one it comes to applying them to the upper classes.

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Biden’s Delaware: Making Swiss Banking Look Hyper-Clean

How can the United States of America pretend to lead the fight against global money laundering given the “business” of Delaware?

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Happy Tax Day: Are Americans Getting Their Money’s Worth?

Are Americans getting enough benefits for the taxes they pay?

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The Global Economy: Light at the End of the Tunnel?

How can a new investment model help the global economy in the aftermath of the economic crisis?

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Social Policy: How Wide a Transatlantic Gap?

Is the United States really that different from Europe in terms of its social policy?

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How America and Europe Are Alike

Are Europe and the United States really as different as is commonly assumed?

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Message to MBAs: We Are No Longer Masters of the Universe

How did so many MBAs read the economic climate so wrong in recent years?

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Fiscal Policy and Inequality: Latin American Lessons for the U.S.

How much reduction in inequality can, or should, the United States expect to achieve through fiscal policy?

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Pick Your Tax Increase

How will Americans pay for all the deficits being created?

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Tax Fairness and the Developing World

Why should developing countries start focusing on their tax bases?

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