The Georgist Paradigm is a model of political economy that offers comprehensive solutions to the social and ecological problems of our age. At its heart are principles on land rights and public finance which integrate economic efficiency with social justice.
This volume exposes the funding of higher education as a political strategy and questions whether neoclassical economics was designed to obscure the role of land, in the face of land monopoly critics such as Henry George.
Authors: Mason Gaffney, Fred Harrison
Paperback 272 pp