This joint report by CEPR and the Political Economy Research Institute (University of Massachusetts, Amherst) gives an estimate of $177-354 billion in revenue that could be raised by taxing financial transactions in the United States.
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Title: The Potential Revenue from Financial Transactions Taxes
Publication date 2009-12-15
Publication Year 2009
, Travis McArthur
, Robert Pollin
, Matt Sherman
Center for Economic and Policy Research
North America / United States
, financial transactions taxes
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