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Matthew Bradley says: “Civil unrest is generated from inequality and people wanting to have a different situation in their country than they had in the past,” “We've seen that most notably in Hong Kong, in other lower-risk countries like Chile and in some higher-risk countries like Bolivia, Ecuador and Lebanon” External link

forbes Monday, November 18, 2019 11:29:00 AM CET

Matthew Bradley says: “What we might see—leading up to the election or following the election—is protests,” External link

forbes Monday, November 18, 2019 11:29:00 AM CET

Matthew Bradley says: “What we might see—leading up to the election or following the election—is protests,” External link

forbes Monday, November 18, 2019 11:29:00 AM CET

Matthew Bradley says: “Civil unrest is generated from inequality and people wanting to have a different situation in their country than they had in the past,” “We've seen that most notably in Hong Kong, in other lower-risk countries like Chile and in some higher-risk countries like Bolivia, Ecuador and Lebanon” External link

forbes Monday, November 18, 2019 11:29:00 AM CET

Gabriel Zucman told: “You know, the way we study inequality is we use survey data, state-tax data,” External link

newyorker Wednesday, October 23, 2019 4:19:00 AM CEST

Gabriel Zucman told: “One thing that became clear in my mind when I did the study of the U.S. wealth inequality is how hard it is to stop the rise of wealth inequality if you don’t have progressive taxation and, in particular, progressive wealth taxation,” External link

newyorker Wednesday, October 23, 2019 4:19:00 AM CEST

Gabriel Zucman told: “That actually had a very big impact on my thinking, because it showed that new forms of international coöperation can emerge very quickly,” External link

newyorker Wednesday, October 23, 2019 4:19:00 AM CEST

Gabriel Zucman said: “If you have banks that feel that they are too big to indict then they will continue to commit some form of financial crimes,” “They will budget costs for fines” External link

newyorker Wednesday, October 23, 2019 4:19:00 AM CEST

Gabriel Zucman said: “Functionally, his tax rate is zero per cent,” External link

newyorker Wednesday, October 23, 2019 4:19:00 AM CEST

Gabriel Zucman told: “Above fifty million, you can’t really argue that these people can’t afford to pay,” External link

newyorker Wednesday, October 23, 2019 4:19:00 AM CEST

Bernie Sanders told: “What we are trying to do,” External link

newyorker Wednesday, October 23, 2019 4:19:00 AM CEST

William Gale said (about Gabriel Zucman): “What I would describe as the previous center-left consensus is that we ought to raise taxes on the very rich, but that’s really hard to do,” “Saez and Zucman come in and say, ‘In fact, it’s quite possible; it’s just a matter of enforcement and getting the taxes right—pushing on both fronts.’ Their policy optimism is very different from the conversations that people had in the Obama Administration, where it was often about how the wealthy had these tax-avoidance strategies, these armies of lawyers, that the administrative problems were extreme” External link

newyorker Wednesday, October 23, 2019 4:19:00 AM CEST

Gabriel Zucman said: “when you have the fall of the U.S.S.R., the fall of the Berlin Wall, some people say it’s the triumph of the free-market economy, the end of history, you won’t do better than that. And, especially now, in a globalized, integrated world, there’s no viable progressive platform that’s possible. And the left became discouraged, as it does—you know, ‘This is all a messy failure. It’s game over,’ ” “And now, thirty years later, people are realizing that there are all kinds of contradictions in the way our economies work, and we can do better” External link

newyorker Wednesday, October 23, 2019 4:19:00 AM CEST

Gabriel Zucman said: “You could change the U.S., but you could also change the world,” “Actually, you could be much more radical” External link

newyorker Wednesday, October 23, 2019 4:19:00 AM CEST

Richard Simms said: “I’ve referred several cases to the DPP (Office of the Department of Public Prosecution) since 2018 and I still haven’t seen any results,” “Ultimately, there is no real deterrence in the law” External link

caycompass Tuesday, October 22, 2019 10:19:00 PM CEST

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