At the 39th annual conference of the Eastern Economic Association held at Cooper Union, New York, 9 to 11 May 2013, Professor Mason Gaffney delivered a paper which gets to the crux of the world financial collapse. Obviously, few policymakers have appreciated the extraordinary implications of his algebra.
Read Gaffney’s address “Great Expectations: How credit markets twist the allocation and distribution of land” here —-> Gt-Expectations-MS1.
You say we need more funds to tackle poverty, homelessness, health, the environment, education and infrastructure? I say instituting the Henry Tax Review is a BIG step towards solving those problems.