Geonomics in a Nutshell Geonomics distinguishes between items that are produced by human effort, that is, wealth, and those that are not, our natural resources, eg land.
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The Road to Leasehold – the origins of the Canberra leasehold system
Leo Foley The primary source for this paper is “Canberra in Crisis” by Frank Brennan, 1971
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Disguised Increments: The Externalities Factor in Land Economics? Why is it so difficult to recruit people to the idea of Land Value Taxation?
Are they all doing so well under the present system that they don't want to know?
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Speculation and Recessions – “A Bit of a Punt”
(Reprinted from Progress, September-October 2002) Leo Foley
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Tasmanian State Tax Review 2011
Taxation is more than just a fiscal system. How we raise our public revenue is just as important as how much is raised. It becomes a moral and philosophical matter.
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Where to from here for the Sharemarket by Bob Keall Commerce is the life of eveiy community. Essentially it is the exchange of labour-based goods and services.
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Energy and the Tax Base: Implications for Solar Power A speech by Phil Anderson presented to the Solar 95 conference, Hobart 1995
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