Assorted content for your weekend reading.- Eric Reguly highlights the growing possibility of a global revolt against corporate-centred trade agreements:(A) funny thing happened on the way to the free trade free-for-all: A lot of people were becoming … . . . → Read More: Accidental Deliberations: Saturday Morning Links
Assorted content for your Sunday reading.
– Eric Reguly examines Apple as a prime example of how supposed market successes actually reflect the private capture of public investments – and suggests the public should benefit financially from its investments which facilitate corporate growth: Apple is such a runaway success that its profits pile up like . . . → Read More: Accidental Deliberations: Sunday Morning Links
This and that for your Thursday reading.
– Joseph Heath responds to Andrew Coyne in noting that an while there’s plenty of room (and need) to better tax high personal incomes, there’s also a need to complement that with meaningful corporate taxes: (A) crucial part of the Boadway and Tremblay proposal is to increase the . . . → Read More: Accidental Deliberations: Thursday Morning Links
Thebinational business and politicalreporter Erid Reguly is always a pleasure to read. His columns in the Globe& Mail demonstrate that the years he hasspent in the US and Europe have helped hone his enquiring mind, and I amseldom disappointed by his insights in his regular columns. Eric Reguly – A Canadian Prophet In today’sedition, . . . → Read More: CuriosityCat: Arab Spring: How Obama and the West are missing the boat