“There is an intellectual failure that consists in admitting that the only possible way to adapt to globalization is to cut taxes on the rich”, responds Gabriel Zucman (Paris, 1986) when asked about the reasons for what he has written with Emmanuel Saez the book The triumph of injustice. How the rich avoid taxes and how to make them pay (Editorial Taurus). Zucman, professor of economics at the University of Berkeley, like Saez, denounces in his latest work “the spiral of plutocracy and the control of the political process by the very rich” in which the neoconservative revolution has become. If in his previous work The hidden wealth of nations was dedicated to unraveling the opacity of tax havens and offering solutions to dismantle them, in this book Zucman and Saez reveal how certain powers have accelerated measures to impose greater fiscal injustice despite the already high degrees of inequality.
The fiscal policy of the Community of Madrid benefits the richest and attracts high-income taxpayers from other regions