Economy 30 March 2012 Opinionomics | 30 March 2012 Must read analysis and comment. Featuring Spanish conservatives and an economist bust-up. Print HTML 1. Forever Delayed: Business Investment (ToUChstone) Duncan Wheldon shows how business investment is always two years in the future; any deficit reduction plan which relies on it picking up again without explaining why it will do so is fighting an uphill battle. 2. HMRC now subscribes to La-La Laffer and to the idea that companies don’t pay tax (Tax Research UK) Richard Murphy presents one side of the argument on corporation taxes... 3. @richardjmurphy *still* doesn’t get friggin’ tax incidence (Tim Worstall) ...And Tim Worstall presents the other. 4. Conservative government still has a chance to get it right on fiscal policy (Not the Treasury view) (It's about Spain) 5. Copyright stagnation (Offsetting Behaviour) Eric Crampton with a killer graph showing the effects of copyright on availability. › Labour's insurgency bubble bursts Arthur Laffer giving a keynote speech to University of Tennessee in better days Alex Hern is a technology reporter for the Guardian. He was formerly staff writer at the New Statesman. You should follow Alex on Twitter. Subscribe More Related articles What's to be done about racial inequality? Ignore the spin - social housing is still under threat from the Conservatives Who benefits, and who loses out, from David Cameron’s housing plan?