Tobin Tax Monster

In: Blog

13 Jan 2012

At a time when the Loch Ness monster (that is, the Tobin tax) rears its head again in public debate, it may be useful to review why a transactions tax on currency trading is unlikely to prevent speculations or serve any genuine public purpose.

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