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Fred Foldvary, Ph.D.
FRED E. FOLDVARY, Ph.D., is an economist and has been writing weekly editorials for Progress.org since 1997. He is best known for predicting, in 1997, the 2008 economic depression.
LAWRENCE BOSEK is Executive Director at Progress.org, the author of Garden of Love, and advocates for an Open Source Civilization.
Karl Widerquist, Ph.D.
KARL WIDERQUIST, Ph.D. is an American political philosopher and economist at Georgetown University-Qatar. He is the co-founder of the U.S. Basic Income Guarantee (USBIG) Network.
Marta Milewska, Ph.D.
Marta Milewska is consultant with over 15 years of experience in advising firms on business transformation and transfer pricing issues.
Mason Gaffney, Ph.D.
MASON GAFFNEY, Ph.D., is a widely-respected economist and has published many books and articles on land use, economics, taxation, and public policy.
DEIRDRE KENT is a co-founder of Living Economies Educational Trust and the author of Healthy Money, Healthy Planet: Developing Sustainability Through New Money Systems.
MARTIN ADAMS is a systems thinker and the author of Land: A New Paradigm for a Thriving World. Martin is the Technical Director of Progress.org.
Jeffery J. Smith
JEFFERY J. SMITH is a former Chief Editor at Progress.org and has been interviewed on radio and TV nationwide. He’s a member of the International Society for Ecological Economics.
Real Estate Professional
Bryan Kavanagh was employed in the Australian Taxation Office and the Commonwealth Bank of Australia as a real estate valuer before co-founding a real estate valuation practice.
JOE SARLING is based in London and works as an economist interested in the housing market, land market, and the role that the private sector can play in communities.
Rick is a self employed attorney from Boston, Massachusetts. He graduated from Boston College and studied law at the Massachusetts School of Law at Andover.
SCOTT SANTENS is a writer and advocate of a basic income for all, a citizen of Earth and New Orleans, and a moderator of the /r/BasicIncome community on Reddit.
Jeff Graubart is a software engineer and developer of AFFEERCE Georgism.
Mike O'Mara is a co-founder of the Democratic Freedom Caucus.
SCOTT BAKER is a Senior Editor and Writer at Opednews, a top 100 blog, as well as a blogger for Huffington Post and Daily Kos. He is President of Common Ground-NYC.
CALLUM NEWMAN is an editor at The Daily Reckoning, Australia’s biggest daily financial email. He’s also the associate editor of investment advisory “Cycles, Trends, and Forecasts”.
RICH NYMOEN is involved in Common Ground USA, an organization that affirms "that all persons have equal and common rights in the earth and its resources."
Phil J. Anderson
PHILLIP J. ANDERSON is an Australian economist, businessman, and commentator. He is widely regarded as a foremost expert on real estate and commodity cycles.
JACOB SHWARTZ-LUCAS manages EarthSharing.org at the Robert Schalkenbach Foundation in New York City. He holds a Master's degree in molecular biology.
TUURE PARKKINEN is an economic engineer and philosopher. He has developed the Root Bug hypothesis and is also the author of Paradox Economics.
LINDY DAVIES is Program Director of the Henry George Institute and Editor of the Georgist Journal.
CHARLES EISENSTEIN is a teacher, speaker, and writer focusing on themes of civilization, consciousness, money, and human cultural evolution. He is the author of several books.
AKHIL PATEL is Director of Ascendant Strategy, a consultancy firm that works with investors to make better investment decisions on the basis of research into business cycles.
H. William Batt, Ph.D.
BILL BATT Ph.D. is Executive Director of the Central Research Group, Inc. in Albany, NY.
Voices from the public
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Yousuf Shabbir is an economist working in the finance department with INDUS PHARMA (PVT). He graduated from the University of Karachi.
Henry George School of Social Science
The Henry George School was founded in 1932 as part of a reform movement that sought to establish fundamental economic justice and sustainable prosperity for all.