Posts Tagged by economic rent
|March 29, 2015||Posted by Jeffery J. Smith under Good Press|
The UK’s Guardian wants a new theory of economies. Others note best-selling author Piketty left land out of his book. One answer for two questions.
|April 29, 2014||Posted by Catherine Cashmore under Editorials|
Our aggregate economic activity rises and falls over time. Why? And why can’t the pros predict it?
|April 13, 2014||Posted by Staff under Editorials|
The politicians and political ideas you hear about cost lots of money to be put before you. What about those without money?
|April 8, 2014||Posted by Staff under Good Press|
TripleCrisis is a group of academics in the Boston (US) area who don’t shy away from pushing a dividend to citizens.
|December 13, 2006||Posted by Staff under Progress Report, The Progress Report|
Editorial Corruption in Tapping the Oil Rent by Fred E. Foldvary, Senior Editor Land rent is recognized by enlightened economists as the supremely equitable and efficient source of public revenue. Rent is a social surplus, and tapping it involves no […]
|March 17, 2005||Posted by Staff under Archive, Progress Report, The Progress Report|
Editorial They Don’t Dare Call it “Rent” by Fred E. Foldvary, Senior Editor They call it “producer surplus” or “interest” or “profit” or “capital consumption.” Anything but rent. They are the powers that be, politicians who set the agenda by […]
|December 31, 2004||Posted by Staff under Progress Report, The Progress Report|
Editorial Rent in an Economic Simulation by Fred E. Foldvary, Senior Editor In my economics classes, I conduct an economics simulation so that students can experience being entrepreneurs, workers, bankers, government officials, customers, and citizens. This is not a computer […]
|April 4, 2002||Posted by Staff under Archive, Progress Report, The Progress Report|
Fred Foldvary’s Editorial The Rent, the Whole Rent, and Nothing but the Rent by Fred E. Foldvary, Senior Editor Rent is the highest bid that a normal tenant would pay for the use of land. Economists have divided the resources […]