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POLITICAL ECONOMY, COMMON RESOURCES AND A NEW GLOBAL SYSTEM

James Robertson

A contribution to the 25th International Conference of the International Union for Land Value Taxation - on "The Economics of Abundance" - London, 4th July 2006

Note. My website - http://www.jamesrobertson.com - can be searched for detailed back-up and references to other people's work on the wide range of issues touched on in this paper. Particularly relevant items include:

(1) "Financial and Monetary Policies for an Enabling State", 2000 at http://www.jamesrobertson.com/toes-nef.htm

(2) "The Role of Money and Finance: Changing a Central Part of the Problem into a Central Part of the Solution", 2003 at http://www.jamesrobertson.com/articles.htm

(3) "The Future of Money: If We Want a Better Game of Economic Life, We'll Have to Change the Scoring System", 2005 at http://www.jamesrobertson.com/articles.htm

INTRODUCTION

I am going to outline various contexts in which we can promote the case for Land Value Taxation. I shall say which I prefer. I hope that it will provoke some thoughts for a future research agenda.

I see the case for Land Value Taxation in a broad national, local and global context.

Please use the link below to see the text of this article, which can be downloaded free in electronic form from: http://www.jamesrobertson.com/newsletter.htm#political

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