The institution’s not for turning? Inequality, taxes and anticapitalism

Renewal - ISSN 0968-5211
Volume 27 Number 3 (2019)

The institution’s not for turning? Inequality, taxes and anticapitalism
Liam Kennedy, pages -

Abstract

An Excessive Pay Levy can redistribute income while empowering workers. This could be one starting point for a broader roll-out of economic democracy.

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Liam Kennedy (2019) The institution’s not for turning? Inequality, taxes and anticapitalism, Renewal, 27(3), -

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