Tobin tax

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Tobin tax

(ˈtəʊbɪn)
n
(Economics) a proposed tax on foreign-exchange transactions intended to discourage destabilizing speculation while also raising large revenues that could be channelled to the developing world
[late C20: after James Tobin (1918–2002), US economist who proposed it]