Taxation: Lessons for development

This video is part of a series of videos on Lessons for Development to mark the last two Work Programmes at UNU-WIDER.

Find out more at http://sa-tied.wider.unu.edu/ and https://www.wider.unu.edu/project/economics-and-politics-taxation-and-social-protection

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Development Taxation

Euro area reform

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EU institutions EU policies

Gender: Lessons for development

This video is part of a series of videos on Lessons for Development to mark the last two Work Programmes at UNU-WIDER.

Find out more at https://www.wider.unu.edu/project/gender-and-development and https://www.wider.unu.edu/project/gender-equality

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Development Gender

Reassessing tax policies and their coordination: The case for a tax on automation

ADEMU has produced an eBook in conjunction with VoxEU.org, with detailed research and policy proposals. In this series of videos, the book's authors summarise their work and findings. You can download the book here

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Labour markets Taxation

The End of Men

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Gender Labour markets

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Why multinationals love some places, but ignore others

You can read more about the research behind these findings on the LSE GILD blog: blogs.lse.ac.uk/gild.

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Development Frontiers of economic research

Short-time work

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Global crisis Industrial organisation Productivity and Innovation

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Employment and output effects of short-time work in Germany Short-time work: Does it save jobs? Inefficient short-time work When short-time work works
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Inequality: Lessons for development

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Poverty and income inequality

Working capital and the credit multiplier

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Financial markets Industrial organisation

A more stable EMU does not require a central fiscal capacity

Michel Heijdra, Tjalle Aarden, Jesper Hanson, Toep van Dijk 30 November 2018

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This column is a lead commentary in the VoxEU Debate "Euro Area Reform"

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Topics:  EU institutions EU policies

Tags:  central fiscal capacity, EMU, risk-sharing, VoxEU debate

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