The report includes country-by-country data on wealth inequality and the revenue possibilities of national wealth taxes.
An annual wealth tax on the world’s richest could raise $1.7 trillion globally.
The case for taxing the rich gets an unexpected boost.
Over 150 millionaires delivered a statement to the World Economic Forum, calling on Davos attendees to take on wealth inequality.
Taxes are the best and only appropriate way to ensure adequate investment in the things our societies need.
With everything from tax cuts to deregulation, the president has made himself indispensable to the world’s mega rich.
Trump the calm globalist is just as dangerous, if not more so, than Trump the raging populist.
If they want to save the world, people of means should invest in their own communities, pay their taxes, and support social movements.
Instead of just talking about inequality, the global business elites gathering in Switzerland can do something about it: Stop dodging their taxes.
A new report from the World Economic Forum that tries to make sense of the wave of protest and unrest sweeping the world may signal a new approach to global security in Western capitals.