LAND TAX MOVES GOAL POSTS IN OUR FAVOUR

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Paradoxically, the following housing analysis and conclusion by Cameron K Murray also has great relevance to inquiries such as the upcoming Productivity Commission inquiry into workplace relations:-

http://ckmurray.blogspot.com.au/2013/06/interpreting-housing-market-indicators.html

Industrial relations need not be an “us v. them” matter.  There is a third alternative about which I have previously expressed my frustration that it is not considered, although it favours both workers AND their bosses – and also has positive implications for housing affordability.

Taxes on productivity ought to be replaced by increased rates and land taxes.