2022 Conference and AGM
‘Taxing Wealth, Reducing Inequality’
Saturday, 26 February, via Zoom
Please register to receive login details closer to the date.
Register for the conference.
(We are asking for £20 towards the organising of this event. Please consider more to support the work at Radstats if you are able, but if this amount is beyond your budget please register on a ‘pay as you can’ basis.)
Registration £20.00 (+ donation)
Low-income £10.00 (+ donation)
Student FREE (+ donation)
Programme & Presentations
9:30 Stuart Lansley – The Richer, the Poorer: How Britain enriched the few and failed the poor. A 200 year history
10:30 Ben Tippett – The case for a progressive annual wealth tax in the UK
11:30 Jim Ridgeway – A carbon tax on consumption and redistribution of the revenue as a demo-grant
12:00 John Bibby – Numbers, equivalences, power: Ten commandments for fiscal and statistical literacy
1:00 pm LUNCH BREAK
2:30 Adrian Sinfield – The effect of the fiscal welfare state on inequality
3:00 David Byrne – Housing wealth and the income from it – The impact on household and intergenerational inequality
3:30 Diana Kornbrot – “According to needs and abilities” and the Millenium Goals Infrastructure not Universal Basic Income
4:00 Annie Miller – On Universal Basic Income
2022 Radical Statistics Annual General Meeting
Saturday, 26 February 5:00 – 6:00 PM
All members and interested participants are welcome.
Join us for an online informal drinks social on Friday, 25 February at 7:00 PM
Meet old and new members to discuss the conference themes and more!
Registered participants will receive log in details later, or contact Admin. And – if you’re not completely comfortable joining Zoom events, this is a relaxed place to practice. Help will be available if needed.
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