Policy



Does Corporate Social Responsibility reduce profit shifting?

Posted on 26 February 2019 by Woon Leung

In our latest post, Dr Woon Sau Leung outlines the findings of his latest research on the economic motivations for corporate social responsibility campaigns. In recent decades, economies have become bound together through globalisation, a phenomenon that integrates societies and creates business opportunities but also challenges tax policies. The amount of taxes corporations pay is
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Labour and Wales

Posted on 5 February 2019 by Jonathan Rees

Professors Leighton Andrews and Calvin Jones discuss the new Welsh First Minister’s campaigning platform of ‘21st Century Socialism’ and its potential to change Wales and the Welsh economy. Taking in the foundational economy, procurement, transport, environmental issues, housing, construction, devolution and, of course, Brexit, their discussion addresses some of the major issues of Wales’ political
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Jair Bolsonaro: how business elites helped him to power in Brazil – and why they might regret it

Posted on 30 November 2018 by Heike Doering

In our latest post, Dr Heike Doering explains how Brazil’s business elite has influenced the country’s politics. Her research with colleagues Professor Glenn Morgan, University of Bristol and Dr Marcus Gomes, University of Exeter, reveals how Brazil’s political barometer has swung from far left to far right since 2002. Brazil has just experienced one of
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