A wealth tax would put some of the money back into public funds. Governments are using public funds to cope with the financial crisis. Flooding the markets with liquidity protects private wealth. A wealth tax would put some of the money back into public funds. And has to be used for the multiple challenges of ecological healing and social justice.
Gerd Hofielen is an organisational psychologist and economist and the director of Humanistic Management Practices, an organisation promoting and humanistic ethic and an environmentally sustainable business. As well as supporting a wealth tax, Gerd also supports the model and the organization of the ‘Economy for the Common Good’ placing the good of future of the planet and future generations at the forefront of business decisions.