All Articles on Global Economy and Corporate Responsibility

Fighting inequality through progressive taxation


How this can be achieved was discussed by four guests of the Friedrich Ebert Foundation in a webinar at the Global Solutions Summit.


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Who cares? Feminist responses to the pandemic


The COVID-19 pandemic has a strong gender dimension. It is increasing women’s vulnerabilities and risks in their roles as workers and caregivers.

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Bangladesh’s garment sector collapse devastates millions


Highly dependent on demand from Europe and the United States, the economic impact of the Coronavirus will hit factory workers and especially women.

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Be a feminist, demand that the multinationals pay their taxes!


What does taxation have to do with Feminism? Magdalena Sepúlveda explains why tax justice also means gender justice.

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Study "G20 Compact with Africa: The Audacity of Hope"

Prof. Kappel and Prof. Reisen,

In a new FES study Robert Kappel and Helmut Reisen analyse the impact of the CwA and give policy recommendations.

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Taxes, taxes, taxes


Developing countries need to unite their efforts now to prevent an unfair international tax reform, says José Antonio Ocampo on ips-journal.

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Feminist economists needed to make the most of the digital age


The digital economy supposedly empowers women. Replay our webinar with experts from the Global South for a reality check and ways ahead.

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The IMF’s latest victims


The IMF’s belief in ‘expansionary austerity’ would be laughable if it were not so damaging, says Jayati Ghosh on ips-journal.eu.

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Western (double) standards


Criticising China would be more convincing if the same demands were met by the West itself, says Claudia Detsch on ips-journal.eu.

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Free trade alone is not a solution in Africa


Trade unions should play a central part in the implementation of the African Free Trade Agreement ACFTA argue Greven and Schulz, FES.

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