"If key principles are observed or key attitudes developed, many structural problems can work themselves out in practice" writes Anne Ryan in the third post of her Enough is Plenty blog series.
This is an intriguing and very innovative concept developed in New Zealand by Deirdre Kent. The paper is very long so I will post only excerpts, the summary and autobiographic details. It links a land value tax with a new local government issued money and with a new medium of land ownership that recalls Chris Cook's Limited Liability partnership model. [...]
Good post by Cian O’Callaghan describing the frustrating size of the task before us – and the Occupy movement in the irelandafternama blog. [...]
By invitation of Smart taxes Marshall Auerback is coming to Dublin to speak at a public event on Friday the 23rd of September in Buswells Hotel. Be sure to put the date in your diary and watch this site for more info. He says " Rather than attempting to stave off a double-dip recession by easing fiscal and monetary policy, the European Central Bank (ECB) has gone careening off in the opposite direction." [...]
Having followed the ongoing public debate on Ireland’s massive debt crisis, I welcomed Michael Casey’s recent opinion piece “Increasing money supply can halt deflationary cycle” published in the Irish Times (14/4/11). [...]
Date and Time: 11am -4:30 pm Friday 16th October 2009
Venue: The Central Hotel, Exchequer Street, Dublin 2