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Will the November US Elections Lead to Changes in Bank Regulation?

Gordon Kerr, Cavin O’Driscoll with Enrico Colombatto,

Will the November US Elections Lead to Changes in Bank Regulation? Whichever candidate wins the forthcoming US election, America’s big banks expect continuing concessions in the two key areas of monetary policy and bank regulation. Monetary policy looks unlikely to change much, with the Federal Reserve (Fed) under Jerome Powell committed to keeping interest (...)


Policy Paper Series

Taxing corporations: why it is not only bad, but unjust


Working Paper Series

How much of today’s inequality is unfair?
By Pablo Duarte

IREF,

How much of today's inequality is unfair? WP 2020-03.


Online Articles

Croatia and Bulgaria: in-waiting of the Euro

Krassen Stanchev,

Croatia and Bulgaria: in-waiting of the Euro While Europe’s GDP declines (12.1% in the Eurozone and 11.9% in the EU) and the debate on the EU next 7-year budget becomes heated, the relations between specific countries and the EU went largely unnoticed. The fact in point is that on July 10, the ECB welcomed Bulgaria and Croatia to the ERM2, (...)


Our edited publications

Taxation in Europe - Yearbook 2013
The yearly report on the evolution of European tax systems

IREF,

Taxation in Europe - Yearbook 2013


Books of interest

Anti-Piketty
Capital for the 21st Century

Anti-Piketty


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