The Political Economy of Taxation

The modern state is a ‘tax state’ (Schumpeter 1918). The level and structure of tax revenue determines what a government can and cannot do, who has to pay for the state and who not, who is empowered and who is dis-empowered. In their podcasts, students at the University of St Gallen analyze tax policies worldwide and their impact on important issues such as health, climate or gender equality.

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