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This report provides both a record and a critical assessment of the fourth workshop of the Foundation for Law, Justice and Society’s programme, The Social Contract...
The current UK government has invested heavily in labour market activation, both as an economic and social strategy.
The failure of international trade law to liberalize labour stands in stark contradiction to the liberalization of other fundamental economic inputs, and undermines the vision...
This policy brief argues that the traditional social contract has fragmented, unable to stand firm in the face of multiple centrifugal pressures.
A report of a workshop held in Oxford in June 2008.
This report is intended to provide both a record and a critical assessment of the third workshop of the Foundation for Law, Justice and Society’s programme on The Social...
This brief considers the concept of tax justice or fairness in relation to each of these broad goals: the collection of revenues to finance public expenditures, the regulation...
Inheritance taxes have rarely ever contributed more than two per cent to the budget of any modern state.
A traditional view of tax that viewed consumption taxes as a way to avoid taxing savings is flawed.
Guaranteed Income (GI) is usually defined as an income provided by a government to all adult members of a given nation at a uniform, fixed level, and at regular intervals.
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