6 edition of The Tobin Tax found in the catalog.
July 10, 1996
by Oxford University Press, USA
Written in English
|Contributions||Mahbub ul Haq (Editor), Inge Kaul (Editor), Isabelle Grunberg (Editor)|
|The Physical Object|
|Number of Pages||336|
Impact of Tobin Taxes Octo Page 1 of 9 Executive Summary The term “Tobin taxes” may be thought of as a general reference to taxes imposed upon financial transactions. Tobin or transaction taxes are motivated by the prospect of generating revenue; and, the prospect of dampening speculative activities and reducing market volatility. - Author of "Tobin tax" James Tobin; - Supporter: Lawrence Summers, former president of Harvard University and economic advisor of US president Bill Clinton; to J , Paul Bernd Spahn opposed the original form of the Tobin tax and proposed his .
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Review. The Tobin Tax is a superb overview of the issues surrounding the management of FX markets in an era when the speculative pressures in such markets are large and growingGiven the breadth of the perspectives and the quality of the essays, this book will be essential reading for anyone interested in the management 5/5(1).
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The Tobin tax. The New Rules for Global Finance Coalition is proud to announce the publication of a new volume of policy research. This book, the second in a series, explores the argument for and against one of the most provocative policy proposals in the international economic policy arena - the Tobin Tax.
transactions, commonly known as the Tobin tax. Proponents argue that a Tobin tax is feasible, and would help reduce The Tobin Tax book instability. Opponents counter that it is infeasible, and could even worsen instability. This article examines the economic case for a Tobin tax, File Size: 1MB.
In the s Professor James Tobin proposed a very modest tax on currency transactions. This would make much speculative movement of funds unprofitable and the world financial system less volatile.
The Tobin tax, if implemented with other regulatory measures, would be emancipatory. Drawing on the excellently summarizing book edited by ul Haq et al. () [ul Haq, M., Kaul, I. and Grunberg, I. () The Tobin Tax: Coping with Financial Volatility.
Oxford University Press, New York], this paper discusses the pros and cons, concluding that there is a strong case The Tobin Tax book the Tobin by: 5. A Survey of the Tobin Tax: There is a vast literature both supporting and opposing the Tobin tax.
Alex C. Michalos () has written a comprehensive survey of both of these perspectives. What follows is a brief review of some of the arguments Michalos presents in his book, Good Taxes.
Arguments in favour of the Tobin Tax:File Size: KB. The formula for Tobin's Q ratio takes the total market value of the firm and divides it by the total asset value of the firm.
For example, assume that a company has $35 million in assets. It also has 10 million shares outstanding that are trading for $4 a share. Tobin Tax excerpted from the book No-Nonsense guide to Globalization interview with Robin Round Director of the Tobin Tax campaign of the Halifax Initiative, a coalition of Canadian NGOs What is the Tobin Tax.
In Nobel Prize-winning economist James Tobin proposed that a small worldwide tariff (less than half of one per cent) be levied by. The debate about the Tobin tax, and other financial transaction taxes (FTTs), gives rise to strong views both for and against. Unfortunately, little of the popular debate refers to the now.
James Tobin. The publication of this book and the holding of the conference that preceded it testify to an active interest in my proposal for an international tax on foreign exchange transactions--the so-called Tobin tax.
The “ Tobin tax ” was originally proposed in the early s by James Tobin, an influential American macroeconomist and recipient of the Nobel prize for economics. His idea was prompted by the collapse of the Bretton Woods system inwhich replaced an arrangement of fixed exchange rates ultimately based on.
A key claim of Tobin tax proponents is that the Tobin tax can reduce currency volatility and damaging speculation. A natural starting point for discussion of this claim is the question of whether there is excess volatility in FX markets, and whether these markets are working well.
A Tobin tax is a tax on all trade of currency across borders. The first idea that it could be useful came from the economist James tax is meant to put a penalty on short-term speculation in currencies. The proposed tax rate would be low, between % to %.
Economics blog High-frequency trading is a blight on markets that the Tobin tax can cure A tax on financial transactions can calm the frenzy of speculation fuelled by computer-driven algorithms.
ISBN: OCLC Number: Description: xxiii, pages ; 22 cm: Contents: Preface: Is the Tobin Tax Feasible / Erkki Tuomioja The Economics of Financial Instability The Power of Global Financial Actors Geoeconomics and Beyond: The Structural Power of Global Finance The Case for the Tobin Tax and Global Re.
Publications and Resources. Books: The Tobin Tax: Coping with Financial Volatility, () Mahbub ul Haq, Inge Kaul, and Isabelle Grunberg, York, London: Oxford University Press. The United Nations: Policy and Financing Alternatives: Innovative Proposals by Visionary Leaders, () Harlan Cleveland, Hazel Henderson, and Inge York: Apex Press.
In the s, James Tobin suggested a small tax on currency trades to ward off such eventualities, to decrease speculation, and to promote more long-term investing. The purpose of such a tax would be to reduce destabilizing trades, and the order of magnitude proposed is. However, this average effect masks some important heterogeneity.
In particular, when institutional investors have become a significant part of the traders’ pool, we find an opposite effect. Overall, our results suggest that a Tobin tax could work in an immature market, but can Cited by: 7. James Tobin's basic proposal is for a small tax on currency transactions (CTT) as a measure to "throw sand in the wheels" of international financial markets in order to deter speculation without unduly interfering with trade or long-term investment.
Tobin's original proposal was for a tax on % or one half of a percentage point. A Tobin tax, which was suggested by the Nobel Memorial Prize in Economic Sciences Laureate economist James Tobin, was originally defined as a tax on all spot conversions of one currency into another.
Tobin’s original tax was intended to put a penalty on short-term financial round-trip excursions into another currency.Tobin tax, proposed tax on short-term currency transactions. A Tobin tax is designed to deter only speculative flows of hot money—money that moves regularly between financial markets in search of high short-term interest rates.
It is not meant to impact long-term investments. The shorter the investment cycle (i.e., the time between buying and selling a currency), the higher the effective. The idea of such a tax - often described as a Tobin tax or "Robin Hood" tax - was first outlined 40 years ago. What is the Tobin Tax?
It was put forward in .