Renegade Economists Show 385 As broadcast on the 3CR airwaves 5.30 – 6pm Wednesdays. Subscribe to the free weekly podcast. Show Notes Lead author Fred Harrison on rentier controlled economic policy as we analyse human rights, land grabbing, neo-con policy mobility and the failure of the economics profession to recognise reality. Are first home owners the one’s being squeezed this … Read More
Renegade Economists Show 290 As broadcast on 3CR, May 22, 2013 Subscribe to the podcast Listen to the show World leading Georgist author Fred Harrison discusses his new book The Traumatised Society – How to Outlaw Cheating and Save our Society, with topics like the first law of social dynamics, apartheid economics and recalibrating the western mind. Fred was the … Read More
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INSITE: Bulletin of the Land Policy Council
Editor: Fred Harrison, April 1996, Vol 2 (3)
Kill the Tax Scams and Create Jobs
IT’ S ENOUGH to make Marx turn in his grave! His arch champion, the Soviet Union, capitulated to the capitalists in 1991 just as the market economies crashed into their most severe crisis since the 1930s.
Government ministers from the seven richest nations on earth burdened with 24m jobless people, double the number since the spirit of Thatcher/Reagan was unleashed in 1979 – met in Lille on April 2 to agonise about what to do. Global unemployment is running at 700m people, according to the International Labour Organisation, but governments are bereft of ideas about what to do to liberate the labour market.
‘Orderly progress & fair shares.’ Too good to be true?
by Fred Harrison
WILL Tony Blair, Britain’s reforming leader of New Labour, learn the “secret” of full employment? He emphasises the need to re-skill the workforce, but will that be enough in the 21st century?
There are large variations in the public money devoted to training people. Britain spends much more than the US, with poorer results. Sweden, which makes a point of the state supporting the education of employees, is suffering from an economic malaise every bit as intractable as countries that spend a great deal less of taxpayers’ money on training programs.