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The rights and wrongs of a Tobin tax


"Regulatory Corporatism - Lord Turner and the Tobin tax" (PDF)

Author: Miles Saltiel

Publication date: September 2009

In the September 2009 edition of "Prospect" magazine Lord Turner, chairman of the FSA, proposed a "Tobin tax" which is a tax on financial transactions. The author argues that such a tax would be damaging for the British economy.


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