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Beveridge 2.0: tax justice

Hosted by the School of Public Policy and International Inequalities Institute and Beveridge 2.0

Online and in-person public event (Hong Kong Theatre, Clement House)

Speakers

Professor Jonathan Hopkin

Professor Jonathan Hopkin

James Murray

James Murray

Respondent

Dr Andy Summers

Dr Andy Summers

Dr Kate Summers

Dr Kate Summers

Chair

Professor Francisco Ferreira

Professor Francisco Ferreira

Join our panellists as they come together to discuss the new issue of the LSE Public Policy Review, Beveridge 2.0: Tax Justice.

The panel will reflect on what shapes public demand for tax justice, its relation to tackling inequality and the challenges posed by taxing the super-rich.

Meet our speakers and chair

Jonathan Hopkin (@jrhopkin) is Professor of Comparative Politics in the Department of Government at LSE.

James Murray (@jamesmurray_ldn) is Labour and Co-operative MP for Ealing North and Shadow Financial Secretary to the Treasury.

Andy Summers (@Summers_AD) is Associate Professor of Law at the LSE Law School.

Kate Summers (@kateesummers) is British Academy Postdoctoral Fellow in the Department of Methodology at LSE.

Francisco Ferreira (@fhgferreira) is Amartya Sen Professor of Inequality Studies and Director of the International Inequalities Institute at LSE.

More about this event

This event forms part of LSE’s Understanding the UK Economy series, showcasing research and expertise on the state of the UK economy and its future.

The LSE School of Public Policy (@LSEPublicPolicy) is an international community where ideas and practice meet. Our approach creates professionals with the ability to analyse, understand and resolve the challenges of contemporary governance.

The International Inequalities Institute (@LSEInequalities) at LSE brings together experts from many LSE departments and centres to lead critical and cutting-edge research to understand why inequalities are escalating in numerous arenas across the world, and to develop critical tools to address these challenges.

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