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Ming the Mechanic: Tax Haven Trillions

Posted by shannonclark on May 10, 2005

Ming the Mechanic: Tax Haven Trillions

Filing this away for the future – as I write up and think through my views on economics via the lens of Networks, the issue of tax havens may make for a very intriguing paper (or two or three) and/or a chapter or two of the eventual book.

Basically I would claim that by looking at tax havens – both the countries and the businesses inside of those countries – through a lens of networks will offer a powerful and important tool, as well as suggestions for future actions, which will I think provide a better and more accurate view macroeconomics than current economics (at least as commonly accepted and used) is capable of modeling and discussing.

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