TweetShareSharePin0 Shares Across the Global South ordinary people – and women and particular – have been shortchanged by Covid recovery measures. A new analysis by the Financial Transparency Coalition (FTC), of which TJN is a member, shows that across 21 developing countries only 37 percent of Covid recovery funds were used for desperately-needed social protection
TweetShareSharePin0 Shares In rare cases when academic research attracts political attention, the results can be dramatic. An illuminating example of such an impact is an episode where a single review article became the chief justification for a drastic corporate tax rate cut with a direct budgetary impact of around 900 million euros. A close reading
TweetShareSharePin0 Shares The OECD’s triumphal announcement of the Inclusive Framework tax reforms last month was followed in close succession by the larger G77 group of countries tabling a proposal in United Nations negotiations for a genuinely inclusive intergovernmental tax body under UN auspices. Martin Hearson is a research fellow at the ICTD who has studied
TweetShareSharePin0 Shares Pour cette édition de votre podcast en français produit par Tax Justice Net nous revenons sur l’endettement de l’Afrique. Elle est jugée importante, mais elle est surtout perçue comme étant irresponsable. Aujourd’hui, le remboursement de la dette occupe une part non négligeable des dépenses dans les budgets publics, c’est-à-dire des impôts payés par les citoyens.
TweetShareSharePin0 Shares We are disappointed to see recent attempts by some of Tax Justice Network’s 2003 founders to subvert our current strategy process. “Founder’s syndrome” is a well-known problem that has faced many organisations as they grow and professionalise. The behaviour here goes beyond what might be considered normal even in that context, however, creating
TweetShareSharePin0 Shares John Christensen, founding director of Tax Justice Network and former economic adviser to the British Crown Dependency of Jersey, stepped down today as the chair of the board of Tax Justice Network. John retired as an executive director at the end of May this year. When he passed on the chief executive role
TweetShareSharePin0 Shares Pour cette 29ème édition du podcast francophone édition de votre podcast en français Impôts et Justice Sociale avec Idriss Linge, nous revenons sur la fiscalité minimum des multinationales en rapport aux services du digital. 130 pays dans le monde ont finalement trouvé un accord pour un seuil minimum d’imposition de grandes entreprises, mais de nombreux