The IU View: Winter 2016

“In our time…creep on the insidious forces that, producing inequality, destroy Liberty.” — Henry George, Progress and Poverty (1879) Greetings! This is the News Worth Reporting edition of the IU view. Herein you will find pertinent sections of seven mainstream media articles describing the many positive benefits of land value taxation. The “news is the news” for our favourite public finance policy […]

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Value Capture: Infrastructure Financing, Kilimani, Nairobi

Exploring innovative strategies for local infrastructure financing through value capture  Potential Application in a Re-zoned Neighbourhood: Kilimani, Nairobi Nairobi, the capital city of Kenya is divided into 20 planning zones. The history behind the development of these zones reveals segregative policies applied during the colonial period which separated land uses on the basis of race. These policies which are now […]

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Labour Land Campaign – Tories promise ‘even more subsidies for the rich’

The Tory’s proposal to cut inheritance tax on homes valued at £1 million means even more subsidies for the rich The Labour Land Campaign says the Conservative party’s latest policy announcement to remove inheritance tax on homes worth up to £1 million is outrageous. With Council Tax bills for mansions in Mayfair at no more than £2,124.66 per annum, home […]

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Stephen Zarlenga: From the archives – Speech, Economic Justice & Green Movement, 2002

A speech delivered by Stephen Zarlenga on 8/24/02 at the Economic Justice & Green Movement Conference; Council of Georgist Organizations, London, Ontario, Canada. Note: This short speech was excerpted from the research paper of the same title, written in 2001. To view the 80 page paper: Click Here To Link To The Full Text of HENRY GEORGE’S CONCEPT OF MONEY […]

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