Nick Shaxson ■ Call for articles: corporate tax reform, value theory, post-capitalism
We are calling for expressions of interest in contributing to an issue of Tax Justice Focus, dedicated to exploring the relationship between corporate tax reform, value theory, and the global transition to a post-capitalist, post-patriarchal, post-work society. An introductory essay is available here, setting out some of the linkages that we perceive to exist between these topics.
Tax Justice Focus is the flagship newsletter of the Tax Justice Network. It is issued two to four times a year, and contains four to six articles roughly 1000-1200 words in length. The articles are pitched for an engaged general audience rather than for an academic one.
If you would like to express interest in contributing an article linking corporate tax reform to any of the following topics please email [email protected] by 31 March 2016.
- Value theory
- Reproductive/productive/unproductive labour
- Organic composition of capital, surplus-absorption and the rate of profit
- Dematerialised economy
- Bullshit jobs
- Economic rent
- Global value chains
- Global inequality
- Dependency theory
- Negative externalities (and how to quantify them)
- Universal basic income (and how to fund it)
- Sustainable prosperity
- Fully-automated luxury communism
Contributions from or related to any country will be considered.
The introduction and manifesto for corporate tax reform and value theory is here.
Amazon’s tax challenge: the Tax Justice Network podcast, the Taxcast
Registro global de ativos pode acabar com sigilo financeiro: the Tax Justice Network Portuguese podcast
Taxation, illicit financial flows and human rights – Submission to UN Expert
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