The Deficit-Reducing Potential of a Financial Speculation Tax
Author: Dean Baker
Center for Economic and Policy Research (CEPR)
While a number of commissions and organizations around Washington, DC have produced plans for reducing the US's projected deficit in the decades ahead, most have not included a financial speculation tax (FST) in the mix.
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Trust Meltdown II
Author: Frank Brettschneider, Christian Dreyer, Anikar M. Haseloff, Jake Leon, Michael P. Krzus, Oliver C. Oehri, Maciej Piechocki, Kurt Ramin, Cornelis Reiman, Olivier Servais, Henry Schäfer, Matthias Vollbracht, Robert Zoellick
This report argues that although the financial system partially recovered in 2010, there has been no recovery from a media-reputational standpoint.
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The Danger of Divergence
Author: Sharon Bowles, Chuck Hagel, Mark Warner
This valuable report calls for re-energized transatlantic leadership in defining the global financial architecture, spells out the serious consequences of uncoordinated action, and presents concrete options for policymakers to make this a reality.
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LSE Global Policy Journal Vol 1, No 2
Author: Robert Howse, Ruti Teitel, Daniele Archibugi, Andrea Filippetti, Robert Wade, Gawdat Bahgat, Matthew Bolton, Thomas Nash, Howard Davies, Andrew Sheng, Eddy Wymeersch, Edgar A Whitley, Gus Hosein, Linda Yueh, Todd Moss, Andy Salmon, Isabelle Mateos y Lago, Yongzheng Yang, Sinji Takagi, Paolo Barozzo, Katja Svensson
LSE Global Governance
This second issue includes contributions from Robert Wade on industrial policy in low-income countries, Rob Howse and Ruti Teitel on compliance in international law, and a special practitioner's section on international financial regulation edited by...
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