A new report which draws on SPERI research and analysis provides new evidence about the public’s attitudes on public spending, wealth and tax.
Our new collaborative project – led at SPERI by Deputy Director Dr Liam Stanley – aims to understand how the public make sense of tax.
National spillover assessments are now attracting the attention of both international and non-governmental organisations.
If you were given £5m to communicate *something* with all income taxpayers, what message would you want to circulate? What […]
SPERI is embarking on a new collaborative project which will explore the role of communications between tax authorities and taxpayers […]
The Paradise Papers reveal how debt and other financial mechanisms are used to move funds offshore and avoid tax. New […]
In debates about tax policy we need to de-emphasise the role of economics and measurement and rekindle the politics In […]
Whoever is elected as President in April is set to introduce a break from business as usual in French economic […]
By blaming governments for their tax affairs corporations like Apple are inviting the responses they least desire: increased taxes and […]
The declining significance of progressive and business taxation demonstrates the character of ‘austerity’ In a recent SPERI paper, Jeremy Green […]