Closer co-operation between eurozone members on tax policies might undermine the attempts of some European states to use tax competition as a method for attracting investment. Taking the case of Ireland and the Netherlands, Aidan Regan assesses the link between low corporate taxes and investment, arguing that the impact of tax cuts has largely been overstated. In some cases high […]
Until negative stereotypes are addressed, Roma will continue to be the most marginalised minority group in Europe.
The forced closure of Roma camps in France has recently attracted criticism from UN Human Rights Commissioner Navi Pillay. Aidan McGarry assesses some of the main issues facing Roma in Europe, arguing that Roma are often seen and treated not just as a problem community, but as a problem in their own right. Any solution must be focused on challenging […]