Inequality & Democracy



Latest Blog Posts

  • 19May

    Evading Tax and Avoiding Tax Evasion: for decades British governments have shied away from tackling cross border crime

    Guest blog authored by Dr Michael Woodiwiss (Arts and Cultural Industries, University of the West of England) and Dr Mary [...]  Read More →
  • 10May

    The U.K. post-general election: strong, stable and still kind to criminals

    The British Prime Minister Theresa May has called a snap general election. We’d like to share with you the thoughts of [...]  Read More →
  • 09May

    Sweden’s recipe for success: high taxes, strong unions, and equal distribution of wealth

    While recent elections in France, U.K. and the U.S.A. have shown the results of globalisation gone bad, Sweden has [...]  Read More →
  • 08May

    Forthcoming book: Tax Havens and International Human Rights Law

    Tax havens cause enormous damage, not least because they block governments from fulfilling their human rights obligations.  [...]  Read More →
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