Stephany Griffith-Jones

Stephany Griffith-Jones

Professor Stephany Griffith-Jones studies reform of the international and national financial architecture. She has written or edited twenty-five books and numerous articles. She has advised many governments and international organizations.

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Progressives now need to take hold of the baton and ensure the FTT not only stays on the EU policy agenda, but is implemented very soon. Equally, in the UK and the US progressive forces must continue to support the tax, so it can be implemented once Labour and the Democrats are elected. Views
Wednesday, August 30, 2017
Robin Hood Had The Right Idea: Why The Left Needs To Deliver On The Financial Transaction Tax
A financial transaction tax (FTT) — a charge on the buying and selling of stocks, bonds and derivatives — is an idea with widespread support amongst leading academics, many politicians and, most importantly, citizens. It was initially proposed by Maynard Keynes, the greatest economist of the...
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