CFP: Europe is often seen as a continent of welfare states, providing resources to citizens and restricting immigration from overseas. But how much of Europe's ability to finance welfare and philanthropy is the consequence of its historic imperial revenues?
H-Diplo | ISSF Roundtable, Volume X, No. 32 (2019)
Editors: Joshua Rovner and Diane Labrosse
Web/Production Editor: George Fujii
Sarah E. Kreps. Taxing Wars: The American Way of War Finance and the Decline of American Democracy. New York: Oxford University Press 2018. ISBN: 9780190865306 (hardcover, $29.95).
Published on 29 July 2019
Global Histories of Taxation and State Finances Since the Late 19th Century, Basel, Dec. 1-3
Taxation has wide-ranging implications for global as well as domestic
orders, ranging from budgets and public finances to inequality, the social
fabric of societies, and worldwide competition for corporate profits.
Symposium: Global Histories of Taxation and State Finances Since the Late 19th Century
Basel (CH), December 1-3, 2016
Organization: Vanessa Ogle (University of Pennsylvania), in cooperation with the Institute for European Global Studies at the University of Basel, funded by the universities of Basel, Heidelberg, and Sydney