Among the revelations: Lockheed Martin gets a bigger share of each American tax dollar than the National Institutes of Health.
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From academics to activists, thoughtful people worldwide are focusing their attention on economic inequality as never before.
Seventy large U.S. firms spent $44 million lobbying for tax cuts last year -- four times as much as on immigration and other inclusion issues.
In their flagship annual policy report, the bank advocates extensive labor market deregulation, including lower minimum wages and 'flexible' firing and scheduling practices.
New research from Australia shows that a lower effective tax rate is associated with a lower rate of job creation.
It remains to be seen how Blockchain, which favors direct transactions between individuals, can serve workers rather than undermine the power of collective action.