Improvement Is Possible Everywhere
|October 17, 2012||Posted by Jeffery J. Smith under The Geonomist Blog|
If Iran’s rulers wanted to really make their nation’s economy hum, they could adopt geonomics. They would curb the corruption and wasteful spending and hassling regulations and interfering taxes. Instead, they’d recover their common wealth, the values of their sites and resources, and use those monies to either fund useful and desired services or pay out a dividend to the citizenry (or a mix of both).
By adopting such geonomic policies, they’d free the economy to zing along. The Irani people could prosper more so than now even without so much trade. Their prosperity, however, would entice others to trade with them.
Even better, it might make people comfy enough to not want to risk their comforts in war or religious fervor. Such could be the power of justice, especially a just economy. So who here knows Farsi?
It may surprise some readers but some governments and tribal nations do now recover some common wealth, some of the rents people spend for land and resources. But they could do a better job of it. “City apartment fetches half CV” To read more .