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Mark Engler reports on reactions to a surprise best seller.

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In May’s taxcast, Naomi Fowler talks about the struggle for global transparency in a world where corporations...

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Iris Gonzales isn’t convinced by buoyant World Economic Forum predictions.

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Richard Swift interrogates capitalism, exploring the alternatives offered by left-wing politics.

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The insecurity of a ‘middle-class’ status in the Global South traps young people into poor working conditions. Didem...

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Sierra Leone is a prime destination for big businesses wanting to avoid paying tax, says Joseph Stead.

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Basic Income UK co-ordinator Barb Jacobson and author and sociologist Francine Mestrum go...

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Naomi Fowler explains how the International Monetary Fund has become an unlikely advocate for tax justice...

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Money has turned the beautiful game ugly, says Alan Hughes.

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Colin Cook relates a modern-day parable to explain the failures of our economic system.

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There’s money to be made in crowd ‘control’, as Anna Feigenbaum discovers.

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The world's first independent accreditation scheme is addressing the issue of responsible tax, says Paul Monaghan....

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Jack Dutton doubts that the corporate sponsors of a recent conference on world hunger have the public’s best...

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Corporate influence over policy-making damages human rights. Nick Buxton considers the impact of Davos.

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Chris Coltrane reflects on food banks, GDP and austerity.

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Introducing the EU's austerity czar, a Finnish Eurocrat and self-styled archangel of fiscal sobriety.

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