Patriarchy and taxation: two articles from Venezuela

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09/29/2017

Esther Pineda is a Venezuelan sociologist who participated in the first meeting #TaxJustice for the women’s rights in Bogotá in June, organized by the Freidrich Ebert Stiftung Foundation, the Global Alliance for Tax Justice, the Tax Justice Network, la Red de Justicia Fiscal (Latin America and the Caribbean) and Public Services International. Specialized in Women’s Studies, Esther Pineda holds a postdoctoral in Social Sciences from the Central University of Venezuela and works on issues of gender inequality and racial inequality. She recently began to study the links between patriarchy and taxation and we reproduce here two articles by Esther, both in Spanish:

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