Institute for Research in Economic and Fiscal issues

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Fiscal competition
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Jean-Philippe Delsol

Articles by this author (5) :

The Faults In The Macron System: Wind Turbines At The LA Consulate

The Faults In The Macron System: Wind Turbines At The LA ConsulateMinister Hulot is leaving. We should rejoice, if only we knew the story of the old woman of Syracuse, told by Valerius Maximus (1st century AD historian), about Denys, one of Syracuse’s tyrants, loathed by everybody. One day, Denys heard about an old woman who prayed for him every single day. (...)

Wealth and growth: Mr. Piketty’s fallacious statistics
The misadventures of a new scientific materialism

Wealth and growth: Mr. Piketty's fallacious statisticsIn his new Capital in the 21st century, as forbidding as his previous work on High Wages in France in the 20th century, Thomas Piketty presents a mass of data on asset growth in several European countries and the United States. This information improves the knowledge of our society’s (...)

The fallacious statistics of Mr. Piketty
Book review

The fallacious statistics of Mr. PikettyIn his new book Capital in the 21st century (Belknap Press, April 2014), French economist Thomas Piketty presents a mass of data on asset growth in several European countries and the United States. This information improves the knowledge of our society’s relationship to capital and the divide (...)

France: Away From Global Economy?

France: Away From Global Economy?"Made in France" produced and exported: it is indeed a very popular program, but it can only be achieved if companies want to stay in or move to France. However, they are escaping from this fiscal and regulatory hell. Abroad, corporate taxes are much lower than in France and the legal framework (...)

Better Be Insured Than On Welfare

Better Be Insured Than On WelfareThis is the translation of an op-ed published by Jean-Philippe Delsol on August 24th, 2013 in the leading French newspaper “Le Figaro”.
In France, during the last 30 years, social spending went from 21% to 33%. It is the sign of an ever growing Big Government that is out of control and (...)

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