Support for a Financial Transaction Tax

A number of the TripleCrisis contributors have joined an international coalition calling for the institution of an international financial transaction tax.  The proposed tax, dubbed the “Robin Hood Tax,” would levy a small charge on trades in financial assets in order to potentially reduce speculation in financial markets, and generate significant revenue that could be invested in public projects or deficit reduction.

Read the economists letter backing the tax.

Read more about the proposed Robin Hood Tax.

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