Global Taxation: An Idea Between Taboo and Urgency
The purpose of this paper is to review recent debates on global taxation in both international politics and international political economy. It is known that global taxation has been gaining more importance for years as an option to the financing of global public goods. However, there also has been a strong opposition to the global taxation which consists of some countries and neo-liberal thought. It is very clear that this opposition is trying to put global taxation under taboo in order to impede financing of global public goods (so the Millennium Development Goals) which are widely accepted as urgent solutions to the urgent global problems.
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