It’s not easy to identify the worst international bureaucracy.
- The United Nations embraces some terrible ideas on a range of policies, though it is usually too incompetent to actually move policy in the wrong direction.
- The International Monetary Fund relentlessly pushes for higher taxes and even uses the lure of bailout cash to coerce nations into adopting bad policy.
- The Organization for Economic Cooperation and Development also has a reflexive pro-tax bias and often uses blatantly dishonest arguments when pushing its statist agenda on nations around the world.
As you can see, it’s hard to figure out which bureaucracy is the worst.
I’ve solved this dilemma by allowing a rotation. Today, the OECD is at the top of my list.
That’s because the top tax official at that Paris-based bureaucracy, Pascal Saint-Amans, has a new article about goals for future tax policy.
…policy flexibility and agility may be what…
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