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About Martin Chick

Martin Chick is Professor of Economic History at the University of Edinburgh where he teaches economic, environmental and energy history to undergraduates as well as lecturing on the economics postgraduate programme. He has written two books to date,  Industrial Policy in Britain 1945-1951 (CUP, 1997) and Electricity And Energy Policy in Britain, France and The United States since 1945 (Elgar, 2007).

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Rosemary Bechler is openDemocracy’s Editor.

Constitutional conventions: best practice

There's better ways to tax wealth than a mansion tax

The history of tax reforms and proposals suggests the current proposals for a mansion tax are from optimal - there are better and fairer ways of taxing wealth.

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