Renegade Economists Show 514 As broadcast on the 3CR airwaves 5.30 – 6pm Wednesdays. Subscribe to the weekly podcast. Show Notes Bryan Kavanagh discusses the failure that is neo-classical economics with the statement “We’ve seen that being ‘trickled on’ doesn’t work”. We discuss this in light of another surprising election result with Jacinda Ardern in NZ (apologies kiwis for my … Read More
Renegade Economists Show 426 As broadcast on the 3CR airwaves 5.30 – 6pm Wednesdays. Subscribe to the free weekly podcast. Rentiers Roundtable by Renegade Economists on Mixcloud Show Notes Host Karl Fitzgerald is joined by Catherine Cashmore, Bryan Kavanagh, Karl Williams and Jesse Hermans to discuss the state of economics in early 2016. Is the end nigh? What policy levers … Read More
Renegade Economists Podcast 176 As broadcast on the almighty 3CR, Wed 6th April, 2011. Bryan Kavanagh from the LVRG and one of our most active blogs, The Depression, brings his 40 years of experience in the land game to the show. We discuss the Buyers Strike and why now is not the time to buy property. Listen to the show … Read More
Unlocking the Riches of Oz – Fri June 15th, 7.15pm
The launch of Bryan Kavanagh’s (LVRG) groundbreaking report.
Unlocking the Riches of Oz – the Decision Makers presentation 10am, Thurs June 21st, Hardware Lane
A night of insight as Bryan takes us through his world leading statistics, analysing economic trends over the 34 years the report covers. Bryan is an experienced property valuer of 32 years. He is one of the world’s leading analysts on the inter-relationship between land and the economy. Did you know that Australia has probably the most accurate land value records in the world?
by Bryan Kavanagh, Director, Land Values Research Group
President Suharto has been poorly counseled by the International Monetary Fund. Its economic prescriptions are pointless and wrong. He needs to take independent economic action if he is to avoid the social chaos erupting out of Indonesia’s financial turmoil. He could do worse than immerse himself in the history of his own ‘Spice Islands’, the wealth of which centuries ago attracted the Portuguese and the Dutch to the great chain stretching between Malaya and New Guinea.
The Indonesian financial crisis is the result of a phenomenal land boom that was a re-run of the West’s late-1980s boom period. It is little remembered that a very similar financial collapse was experienced by the ‘Dutch East Indies’ in the wake of the Napoleonic Wars, and that an amazing Englishman employed a successful technique to overcome it.