(11)Sticking with money, here's something on quantitative easing from today's Boston Globe by Harvard's Kenneth Rogoff (which I confess I mostly didn't
(8)David Reed (I gather this is from you, David) writes: Obviously ,the UK and England particularly, are a long way behind the US where Ed describes a much more
(4)At low rates, the property tax falls mainly on land, which it is nice to tax. But as taxation reduces land value much more than improvement value, at high
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(3)FWIW, I don't get that conclusion (from LVT only to combined LVT and improvement tax) from that article. Are we sure about the nature of the tax prior to this
(4)"A captious economist planned to live without access to land. He nearly succeeded, but found that he needed food, water, and somewhere to stand." quoted by
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