In this year-end guest blog, Tristan Shirley explores the belief system that underpins tax avoidance by multinational corporations and reflects on the ethical failures revealed by their unbelievable behaviour.

Almost every commuter on the train is reading the free paper. There is a surprised headline exclaiming the negative impacts of austerity and rising inequality, although everyone remains expressionless. Although reading a London commuter’s face for feeling is folly, I wonder if it is because they know that the political and financial system around them legally and aggressively redistributes capital out of their public purse via tax avoidance.

2 Comments on “Unbelievable! The Ethical Failure at the Heart of Corporate Tax Avoidance”

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