Join us at the Henry George School of Social Science to discover what we can do together. The mission of our school is based on the ideas and writings of American political economist and social reformer, Henry George. His seminal book, Progress and Poverty, is an all-time best seller in economics. His ideas continue to influence political and economic thought and still resonate and remain relevant nearly a century-and-a-half later.
In this interactive seminar Michael Bucher asks what’s driving China’s success story and what lessons the rest of the world can learn from one of the greatest social experiments of the century.
In this interactive seminar, Ted Auerbach presents the democratic socialist alternative and, discusses its potential for recapturing the lost genius of American prosperity.
This seminar documents and explains a phenomenon known as “Stadium Socialism”, a type of cronyism that manifests itself in the form of generous subsidies and various tax incentives to the wealthy.
WHAT WOULD HENRY GEORGE SAY?
NEW VOICES IN ECONOMICS
Well-known and widely respected economists, political scientists and social thinkers examine Henry George’s philosophies in today’s society and economy.
Critical analysis of how a georgist solution can be applied to today’s most pressing economic issues.
Notable economists, political scientists and social thinkers examine Henry George’s philosophies in today’s society and economy.
Contributed articles from scholarly voices of today and tomorrow.
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