Land and Taxation
The problem-solving qualities of the new economic paradigm are illustrated by Dr. Fred Foldvary. One of the urgent challenges confronting governments is the need to reduce benefit claims on the public purse. Reform of the structure of public finance would restore full employment and raise wages above poverty levels without inflation, making it possible to reduce the overall tax burden.
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Land as a Distinctive Factor of Production
The Economics of Efficient Taxes on Land
Flawed Land Acts 19471976
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