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Why Taxation Must Go Global

While business no longer knows any borders, taxation has remained stuck in the era of the nation-state. The resulting tensions between fiscal sovereignty and globalization can be resolved only through international standards and regulation. Read more ...

via Project-syndicate
30 Oct 2014

Firms are increasing pay and creating more jobs, says BCC

Evidence is taken from the BCC Workforce Survey conducted in July 2014 which received 2,885 responses. Overview The British Chambers of Commerce (BCC) has today (Thursday) published findings from its Workforce Survey, Contracts, Pay and Working Conditions. The BCC has today published findings from its Workforce Survey, Contracts, Pay and Working Co [...] Read more ...

via Britishchambers
30 Oct 2014

Time to end extreme inequality

Oxfam presents new evidence that the gap between rich and poor is growing ever wider and is undermining poverty eradication. This report delves into the causes of the inequality crisis and looks at the concrete solutions that can overcome it. Read more ...

via Oxfam
30 Oct 2014

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What should a Working Women’s Charter for the 21st century include? 2014 marks the 40th anniversary of the Working Women's Charter – a landmark list of ten demands aiming to create a more equal world for women. It is co-hosted with History & Policy, a unique collaboration between King's College London's Institute of Contemporary British History [...] Read more ...

via Historyandpolicy
30 Oct 2014