Financial Transaction Tax Links

Kevin Gallagher

Here at the Triple Crisis blog we linked to the video and campaign surrounding a global financial transaction tax.  The accompanying economists letter supporting the tax was signed by many of the economists who blog at Triple Crisis.   Since then there has been a great deal of push back on the idea of such a tax.  To aid those interested in examining in-depth arguments and analyses for and against the tax, Zachary Wermer, a student of Triple Crisis co-chair Kevin Gallagher, put together this fairly comprehensive bibliography (with links) of the pros and cons of such a tax.

FTT Bibliography.

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