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The Carbon Bubble

Yohann Koshy looks at the impending catastrophe linking the stock market to climate change.

Julius sits on the porch of his house in Trenton, New Jersey, looking north at Ewing Township where foreclosure rates are drastically lower.

The foreclosure crisis in the US is still a reality for many. Jack Crosbie reports on the human cost of...

Clueless central banks? A trade war? Southern debt overload? Leading economists including Jayati Ghosh, ...

Ten years after the greatest economic crisis since the Great Depression, Yohann Koshy takes stock of what...

For Martin Jacques, 2008 represented the end of the Western-dominated financial system and the beginning of...

Adam Smith

The economics profession was partly to blame for the financial meltdown of 2007-08. C...

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Our friends at the Tax Justice Network look at how the US finance sector is a net drag on their economy.

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Sleaze and global fraud discussed in this month’s Taxcast from the Tax Justice Network.

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Many myths are constructed to justify not paying taxes. David Hutt explores some of them.

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The latest taxcast from the Tax Justice Network discusses the biggest offshore leak in history.

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The December podcast from the Tax Justice Network provides insights into the closed world of wealth managers...

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Don't rely on those who caused the crash to resolve it, argues David Ransom.

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Economists don't always get it right...

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Taxation creates prosperity just as much as private enterprise, says David Ransom.

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Migration follows a demand for labour - and benefits the receiving country, writes Dinyar Godrej.

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There is no evidence of greater efficiency, explains Dinyar Godrej.

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