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Rethinking Bretton Woods | Thu, May 22, 2014

RBW Alert: Who's Getting Wealthy in sub-Saharan Africa?

Who is really benefiting from wealth creation in sub-Saharan Africa? Alvin Mosioma, Director of Tax Justice Network-Africa, argues in his newest blog post on rightingfinance.org that while economies in the region are growing, the benefits from growth are disproportionately felt by the rich due to tax dodging and the inability of local authorities to combat such measures. As a result, inequality is growing, with minimal advances by the poor. Read more of his analysis of the implications of this problem and possible solutions:  http://www.rightingfinance.org/?p=824​​

 

Rethinking Bretton Woods | Fri, May 9, 2014

Aldo Caliari Speaking at UN ECOSOC on PPP Infrastructure Risks for Corruption

Speaking at the UN ECOSOC, international economist AldoCaliari addresses public-private partnerships at "Financing for Sustainable Development High-Level Meeting" and promotes financial reform to protect against corruption on complex infrastructure projects. Click here for Press Release.