Fixing Immoral and Abuse Global Tax Practices: The Problem of Illicit Financial Flows
By Matti Kohonen and Sakshi Rai
Illicit financial flows are costing developing countries billions in tax revenue.
For Asia's Sustainable Development, Regional Governments Must Take Taxation Seriously
By Neeti Biyani
'Tax' can't continue to be a hated word in Asia; the region's future depends on sound fiscal health.
Awash With Cash: The Duterte Government's Inheritance From Aquino
By Prinz P. Magtulis
Many of Duterte's policy plans would not be possible without the fiscal discipline practiced by his predecessor.
Is Japan’s LDP Beginning to Get Serious About Reigning In Public Debt?
By Mina Pollmann
For Abe, security reforms and TPP-related legislation may trump the annual budget.
South Korea Considers a Japanese Style Stimulus
By Clint Richards
Seoul’s new stimulus package resembles Abenomics, but is it necessary now?
Fixing Japan’s Fiscal Mess
Massively indebted, Japan needs new funds to pay for recovery efforts and kick-start its economy. It’s time to be innovative.