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The greatest invention : tax and the campaign for a just society

Label
The greatest invention : tax and the campaign for a just society
Title
The greatest invention : tax and the campaign for a just society
Subject
Language
eng
Summary
This book provides essays and articles from various authors on taxation and the offshore system that is undermining the taxation. The book is split into 4 parts: (1) Establishing terms, 2003-2006; (2) The crisis, 2007-2010; (3) Publications, 2011-2012; and (4) Widening the terms, 2013-2015
Geographic coverage
International
Index
no index present
Language note
English
Literary form
non fiction
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  • tax policy
  • tax haven
  • corruption
  • offshore activity
  • transfer pricing
  • tax avoidance
  • natural resources
  • mining industry
  • MNE
  • export processing zone
  • tax competition
  • trust
  • land tax
  • tax rate
  • financial services
  • corporate social responsibility
  • human rights
Label
The greatest invention : tax and the campaign for a just society
Instantiates
Publication
Contents
  • Foreword : a mission to change the world
  • Christensen, J.
  • ; p. 9-23
  • Introduction: What is necessary is possible
  • Hing, D.
  • ; p. 25-29
  • Pinstripe outlaws
  • Coleman /, P.
  • ; p. 33-37
  • Why the US needs tax justice
  • Komisar, L.
  • ; p. 38-44
  • Transfer pricing: how to get 160 rocket launchers for the price of a ballpoint pen
  • Sikka, P.
  • ; p. 45-47
  • The Africa question: where do all the profits go?
  • Guindja, P.
  • Christensen, J.
  • ; p. 48-50
  • Pulp reality, tax fiction
  • Penttinen, J.
  • ; p. 51-53
  • Corruption and the role of tax havens
  • Christensen, J.
  • ; p. 54-56
  • Capital flight and Africa
  • Smiths, P.
  • ; p. 57-60
  • The spoils of oil : how multinationals and their professional advisers drain Nigeria of much needed resources
  • Bakre, O.
  • ; p. 61-63
  • Tax justice and the oil industry
  • Shaxson, N.
  • ; p. 64-66
  • Hooray Hen-Wees
  • Christensen, J.
  • ; p. 67-73
  • The great American tax and jobs scam
  • Leroy, G.
  • ; p. 74-77
  • Export processing zones : the Kenyan experience
  • Awuor, B.
  • ; p. 78-80
  • Tax competition: a case of winner takes all?
  • Murphy, R.
  • ; p. 81-84
  • Tweedledum and Tweedledee go offshore
  • Christensen, J.
  • ; p. 85-86
  • Gender and taxation systems
  • Grown, C.
  • Valodia, I.
  • ; p. 89-91
  • Taxing thoughts
  • Killian, S.
  • ; p. 92-94
  • The tax consensus has failed
  • Cobham, A.
  • ; p. 95-98
  • How to make multinationals more transparent
  • Murphy, R.
  • ; p. 99-102
  • Illicit financial flows : will the World Bank rise to the challenge?
  • Christensen, J.
  • ; p. 103-104
  • Africa: the shadow world of oil
  • Harel, X.
  • ; p. 105-107
  • Revealed: how multinational companies avoid the taxman
  • Lawrence, F.
  • Griffiths, I.
  • ; p. 108-110
  • Waking the slumbering giants: why development NGOs have been slow to take up tax justice
  • Wilks, A.
  • ; p. 111-113
  • Global capital flows : the big picture
  • Sarre, P.
  • ; p. 114-117
  • In need of a fix : double tax avoidance rules as the institutional basis of tax avoidance
  • Rixen, T.
  • ; p. 118-121
  • Making the link: tax, governance and civil society
  • McDonald, O.
  • ; p. 122-125
  • The city of London: a state within a state
  • Christensen, J.
  • ; p. 126-129
  • In trust we trust
  • Christensen, J.
  • ; p. 130-145
  • The social injustice of corporate tax avoidance
  • O'Neill, M. (Martin)
  • ; p. 146-153
  • The eye of the needle
  • Pugh, J.
  • ; p. 154-155
  • Land value tax: a tool for economic development
  • Tideman, N.
  • ; p. 156-158
  • Harnessing land value tax as a green tax
  • Scott Cato, M.
  • ; p. 159-162
  • A tale of two cities
  • Vincent, J.
  • ; p. 163-166
  • Didn't they notice?
  • Runciman, D.
  • ; p. 169-179
  • The price of offshore revisited: key findings
  • Henry, J.S.
  • ; p. 180-184
  • Tax dodging and inequalities in the UK
  • Dorling, D.
  • ; p. 185-187
  • How much should the rich pay in taxes?
  • Piketty, T.
  • Saez, E.
  • Stantcheva, S.
  • ; p. 188-191
  • Where the money lives
  • Shaxson, N.
  • ; p. 192-203
  • The finance curse: introduction
  • Shaxson, N.
  • Christensen, J.
  • ; p. 204-206
  • Enterprise and rent-seeking: a mythical conflation
  • Davies, W.
  • ; p. 209-211
  • The ills of financial sector dominance
  • Massey, D.
  • ; p. 212-215
  • More than a lobby: finance in the UK
  • Cave, T.
  • ; p. 216-219
  • The metropolitanisation of gains, the nationalisation of losses
  • Leaver, A.
  • ; p. 220-223
  • Illicit financial flows, poverty and human rights
  • Lipsett, L.
  • ; p. 224-226
  • Human rights and just taxation
  • Pogge, T.
  • ; p. 227-229
  • Taxation and human rights
  • Sepulveda, M.
  • ; p. 230-232
  • Public duty, private gain: professional ethics and tax
  • Shah, A.K.
  • ; p. 233-235
  • Women and taxation: from taxing for growth and tax competition to taxation for sex equality
  • Lahey, K.
  • ; p. 236-240
  • Fossil fuel subsidies and taxation: two sides of the same carbon coin
  • Merrill, L.
  • ; p. 241-244
Extent
272 p.
Isbn
9780993161636
Label
The greatest invention : tax and the campaign for a just society
Publication
Contents
  • Foreword : a mission to change the world
  • Christensen, J.
  • ; p. 9-23
  • Introduction: What is necessary is possible
  • Hing, D.
  • ; p. 25-29
  • Pinstripe outlaws
  • Coleman /, P.
  • ; p. 33-37
  • Why the US needs tax justice
  • Komisar, L.
  • ; p. 38-44
  • Transfer pricing: how to get 160 rocket launchers for the price of a ballpoint pen
  • Sikka, P.
  • ; p. 45-47
  • The Africa question: where do all the profits go?
  • Guindja, P.
  • Christensen, J.
  • ; p. 48-50
  • Pulp reality, tax fiction
  • Penttinen, J.
  • ; p. 51-53
  • Corruption and the role of tax havens
  • Christensen, J.
  • ; p. 54-56
  • Capital flight and Africa
  • Smiths, P.
  • ; p. 57-60
  • The spoils of oil : how multinationals and their professional advisers drain Nigeria of much needed resources
  • Bakre, O.
  • ; p. 61-63
  • Tax justice and the oil industry
  • Shaxson, N.
  • ; p. 64-66
  • Hooray Hen-Wees
  • Christensen, J.
  • ; p. 67-73
  • The great American tax and jobs scam
  • Leroy, G.
  • ; p. 74-77
  • Export processing zones : the Kenyan experience
  • Awuor, B.
  • ; p. 78-80
  • Tax competition: a case of winner takes all?
  • Murphy, R.
  • ; p. 81-84
  • Tweedledum and Tweedledee go offshore
  • Christensen, J.
  • ; p. 85-86
  • Gender and taxation systems
  • Grown, C.
  • Valodia, I.
  • ; p. 89-91
  • Taxing thoughts
  • Killian, S.
  • ; p. 92-94
  • The tax consensus has failed
  • Cobham, A.
  • ; p. 95-98
  • How to make multinationals more transparent
  • Murphy, R.
  • ; p. 99-102
  • Illicit financial flows : will the World Bank rise to the challenge?
  • Christensen, J.
  • ; p. 103-104
  • Africa: the shadow world of oil
  • Harel, X.
  • ; p. 105-107
  • Revealed: how multinational companies avoid the taxman
  • Lawrence, F.
  • Griffiths, I.
  • ; p. 108-110
  • Waking the slumbering giants: why development NGOs have been slow to take up tax justice
  • Wilks, A.
  • ; p. 111-113
  • Global capital flows : the big picture
  • Sarre, P.
  • ; p. 114-117
  • In need of a fix : double tax avoidance rules as the institutional basis of tax avoidance
  • Rixen, T.
  • ; p. 118-121
  • Making the link: tax, governance and civil society
  • McDonald, O.
  • ; p. 122-125
  • The city of London: a state within a state
  • Christensen, J.
  • ; p. 126-129
  • In trust we trust
  • Christensen, J.
  • ; p. 130-145
  • The social injustice of corporate tax avoidance
  • O'Neill, M. (Martin)
  • ; p. 146-153
  • The eye of the needle
  • Pugh, J.
  • ; p. 154-155
  • Land value tax: a tool for economic development
  • Tideman, N.
  • ; p. 156-158
  • Harnessing land value tax as a green tax
  • Scott Cato, M.
  • ; p. 159-162
  • A tale of two cities
  • Vincent, J.
  • ; p. 163-166
  • Didn't they notice?
  • Runciman, D.
  • ; p. 169-179
  • The price of offshore revisited: key findings
  • Henry, J.S.
  • ; p. 180-184
  • Tax dodging and inequalities in the UK
  • Dorling, D.
  • ; p. 185-187
  • How much should the rich pay in taxes?
  • Piketty, T.
  • Saez, E.
  • Stantcheva, S.
  • ; p. 188-191
  • Where the money lives
  • Shaxson, N.
  • ; p. 192-203
  • The finance curse: introduction
  • Shaxson, N.
  • Christensen, J.
  • ; p. 204-206
  • Enterprise and rent-seeking: a mythical conflation
  • Davies, W.
  • ; p. 209-211
  • The ills of financial sector dominance
  • Massey, D.
  • ; p. 212-215
  • More than a lobby: finance in the UK
  • Cave, T.
  • ; p. 216-219
  • The metropolitanisation of gains, the nationalisation of losses
  • Leaver, A.
  • ; p. 220-223
  • Illicit financial flows, poverty and human rights
  • Lipsett, L.
  • ; p. 224-226
  • Human rights and just taxation
  • Pogge, T.
  • ; p. 227-229
  • Taxation and human rights
  • Sepulveda, M.
  • ; p. 230-232
  • Public duty, private gain: professional ethics and tax
  • Shah, A.K.
  • ; p. 233-235
  • Women and taxation: from taxing for growth and tax competition to taxation for sex equality
  • Lahey, K.
  • ; p. 236-240
  • Fossil fuel subsidies and taxation: two sides of the same carbon coin
  • Merrill, L.
  • ; p. 241-244
Extent
272 p.
Isbn
9780993161636

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