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Tommaso Faccio

Tommaso Faccio

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Tommaso Faccio is Head of Secretariat of the Independent Commission for the Reform of International Corporate Taxation.

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  1. The Global Minimum Corporate Tax Needs More Work
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    The Global Minimum Corporate Tax Needs More Work

    Jun 19, 2023 Joseph E. Stiglitz & Tommaso Faccio calls for new talks to improve on the flawed international agreement of two years ago.

  2. How to Secure a Fairer Global Tax Deal
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    How to Secure a Fairer Global Tax Deal

    Jul 7, 2021 José Antonio Ocampo & Tommaso Faccio argue that the recent OECD agreement on taxing multinationals does not help poorer countries enough.

  3. A Global Tax Deal for the Rich, Not the Poor
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    A Global Tax Deal for the Rich, Not the Poor

    Jun 11, 2021 José Antonio Ocampo & Tommaso Faccio show why the recent G7 corporate-taxation agreement falls short of developing countries’ needs.

  4. Making Multinationals and the Wealthy Pay
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    Making Multinationals and the Wealthy Pay

    Jun 30, 2020 José Antonio Ocampo & Tommaso Faccio argue that, with the COVID-19 response draining government coffers, corporate tax reform has become urgent.

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    The King of the Americans

    Steve Pincus observes that the US Supreme Court has given the president powers denied to English monarchs since James II.
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    Will Trump Benefit from the Attempt on His Life?

    Shang-Jin Wei

    Taiwan’s experience suggests that the attempted assassination of former US President Donald Trump may provide him with enough sympathy votes to return to the White House. Barring a dramatic shift, such as President Joe Biden being replaced by a more dynamic nominee, the prospects for a Democratic victory appear dim.

    draws parallels between the attack on Trump and the incident that swayed the 2004 Taiwanese election.
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    Fighting Climate Change Requires a Different Mindset

    Sonia Guajajara thinks the rest of the world can learn a lot from how indigenous peoples relate to nature.
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    The Supreme Court Just Sabotaged the US Economy

    Kenneth Jacobs considers the implications of a decision that will hobble federal rulemaking and unleash a wave of litigation.
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    Gen Z’s Growing Consumer Power

    Wolfgang Fengler explains how the generation’s enormous economic potential will unfold over the next two decades.
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    Why Is China’s Consumption Rate So Low?

    Zhang Jun thinks Chinese households are spending more than official data indicate, but that more support is needed.
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    South Korea Is Caught in the Crossfire of the US-China Trade War

    Anne O. Krueger warns that America’s recent policy shifts could jeopardize a critical strategic alliance in East Asia.
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    What to Do About the Taliban’s Gender Apartheid

    Gordon Brown proposes how international pressure can be brought to bear to reverse the regime's ban on girls' education.
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    What Labour Needs to Succeed

    Mariana Mazzucato & Sarah Doyle share lessons from other countries about how to implement an effective industrial strategy.

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