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The Meade Committee on UK Tax Reform 1975-8

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The work of James Meade (1907-95; Professor of Political Economy at Cambridge 1957-68) on taxation spanned most of his 60-year career as an economist. It almost always proposed some new or improved form of taxation or other fiscal measures. This talk is about one opportunity he had to forward his latest set of tax and benefit proposals, the committee set up by the Institute of Fiscal Studies on ‘The Structure and Reform of Direct Taxation’ which he chaired in 1975-8.

This talk is part of the Financial History Seminar series.

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