Over Here and Undertaxed: Multinationals, Tax Avoidance and You
A book by Richard Murphy
In this 30,000 word ebook, Richard Murphy, one of the most highly respected economic commentators in the UK, examines how this situation came about, who the villains of the piece are and why. He goes on to look at potential solutions and offers ways in which the story must change in the face of growing public awareness, which politicians and companies will ignore at their peril as taxpayers vote with their feet.
Richard Murphy is a UK chartered accountant. He was a senior partner of a practising firm and director of a number of entrepreneurial companies before becoming one of the founders of the Tax Justice Network in 2002. He now directs Tax Research UK and writes, broadcasts and blogs extensively, www.taxresearch.org.uk/Blog/. He created the country-by-country reporting concept and has been credited with creating much of the debate on tax gaps in the UK and Europe. Richard has been a visiting or research fellow at a number of UK universities and is joint author of Tax Havens, The True Story of Globalisation’ and the sole author of The Courageous State. He is currently working on a new book entitled The Joy of Tax.
‘Tireless and forensic, driven by an admirable moral fervour… a campaigner with Duracell batteries.’ Kevin Maguire, Sunday Mirror
‘He writes with electric clarity about what went wrong and what could be done to put things right. He is a new economic thinker, and guided by a sharp and practical accountant’s eye he knows where the money is hidden, who has it and how to release it. Polly Toynbee, The GuardianRichard Murphy is available for interview and to write articles. For further information please contact Laura Sherlock, email@example.com or 07919 324 882.