Back in May, the case for taxing the rich and finally doing something meaningful to address global inequality received a strange endorsement. No, there wasn’t a change of heart on the part of some prominent conservative politician or acclaimed neoliberal economist. Rather, the shot in the arm emanated from the Bank for International Settlements (BIS),…

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