10,000 New Job Slogans Created Last Quarter
A new study finds that it’s not the level of inequality that matters for growth so much as the reason that inequality happened in the first place. Specifically, when billionaires get their wealth because of political connections, that wealth inequality tends to drag on the broader economy, the study finds. But when billionaires get their wealth through the market — through business activities that are not related to the government — it does not.
Battlers and plutocrats: How political connections reward Australia's super-rich
Research reveals a huge proportion of Australia's richest people amass their wealth via political connections rather than via innovative businesses - which is helping them at the expense of everyone else.
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Bangladesh: National Board of Revenue zeroes in on tax dodgers
More people on airplanes right now than taxpayers in Pakistan
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