Smart Talk is on cable TV in Philadelphia

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NEW on PhillyCam!!!!

Smart Talk on cable TV in Philadelphia,
Sunday nights, 5pm EST, starting May 1, 2015

Each segment will air for two weeks, also streaming on their website at https://phillycam.org/web-channel

Episodes will air on Comcast Channels 66 & 966 and Verizon FIOS Channels 29 & 30

May 1May 8          Mark Blyth
May 15, May 22      Gregory Clark
May 29, June 5       Martin Ford
June 12June 19     Paul Craig Roberts
June 26, July 3        Richard D. Wolff

Stay tuned for more episodes with:

Yanis Varoufakis
Ed Nell
Anwar Shaikh
Alan Tonelson
Ravi Batra
Ed O’Donnell
Eamonn Fingleton
Jayati Ghosh
Ted Gwartney
Scott Baker
Ed Dodson
Anwar Shaikh
Fred Foldvary
Richard Duncan
Charles Hall

The Henry George School of Social Science is proud to be a member of PhillyCam.org.

Anwar M. Shaikh – Capitalism: Competition, Conflict and Crises

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The Henry George School of Social Science, and the New School of Social Research invite you to follow Professor Anwar M. Shaikh in a new series of lectures exploring his new ground-breaking Economic treatise, “Capitalism: Competition, Conflict and Crises”. The course spans two semesters. Fall 2015 and Spring 2016, and is comprised of 30 lectures, available on our YouTube Channel, Henry George School of Social Science.

Visit our new Research Articles Page

 

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The Henry George School of Social Science is pleased to present the first in a series of papers by Dr. Edward Nell.  Visit our new Research Articles Page.

Council of Economic Advisors, 2016

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The CEA Issue Brief, April 2016

In its April 2016 issue brief, the President’s Council of Economic Advisors stressed the decline in competition in numerous sectors of the US economy. Given the high level of corporate profits as a share of GDP, one would expect more investment in a highly competitive environment.  Since this is not happening, the brief submits that monopoly power in big business is one of the causes of weak business investment.  Henry George spoke vehemently against monopolies in his book Social Problems. George considered them to be entities that inhibit innovation and encourage resultant high prices.

 

While George’s focus was mainly on land monopoly, which he likened to “the robber that takes all that is left”, he was acutely aware of additional pockets of potential monopolies.  He predicted that these would grow as technological progress improved and society advanced.

 

George’s times are very different from 21st Century America in many aspects.  However, there is an interesting parallel between what he saw as the cause of poverty in the midst of progress, and what the CEA sees today as one of the main hurdles that is holding back the US economy.  In the CEA’s view, government can and should take numerous steps to address the concentration problem.  This is yet another vindication of the author of Progress and Poverty.  To read the entire brief, please click here.

Dr. Marty Rowland at Pace University’s 2016 ISEE Conference

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Dr. Marty Rowland, a Director of the Henry George School, will be participating in Pace University’s  Environmental Ethics and Economics: Values & Choices”, June 29 – July 2, 2016 .

July 1st, 9am – 12pm Session – Dr. Rowland will present Lessons in Balancing Economics with the Environment

July 1st, Early Afternoon Session, 1pm – 3pm  –  Dr. Rowland will present Economic Growth versus Ecosystem Sustainability

 

Land Value Tax: Blueprint for a Vital Tax Reform.

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The Henry George School of Social Science, in partnership with Joshua Vincent, Center for the Study of Economics, is pleased to offer another of many of our new ‘mini-series’ courses.

This enlightening presentation compares and contrasts forms of taxations used in the U.S. today, with the use of Land Value Tax.  The course is available here, in 9 segments.  Watch at your convenience and leisure.

 

 

 

AMERICA IS NOT BROKE!

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The unsustainability of the American economy is as familiar as the newscycle.  There is no money for social programs, no money to run the government, no money to cut taxes, and above all, we have to cut, cut, cut.

But, what if it’s not true?

Instead of familiar complaints about the national debt, leading to just slicing a shrinking economic pie differently, or worse, to Austerity Economics, the reality is that we already have all the wealth we could ever need. The tried and proven proposals in America Is Not Broke would guarantee America’s prosperity, fairness, democracy, and economic and ecological sustainability. Four multi-trillion dollar reforms: Sovereign Money, Georgism, Public Banking, and Ending Government Financial Asset Hoarding, plus a few other major reforms, show how we can have it all, if we only learn where to look.

Price: $15.00

Click here to order your copy today or call the Henry George School (212) 889-8020
Click to register for the “America is Not Broke!” seminar.

AUTHOR,  SCOTT BAKER

Scott Baker is an Activist-Journalist and a Managing & Economics Editor at the top 100 blog, Opednews. He is a lecturer at the New York Henry George School, President of the New York chapter of the Georgist group Common Ground USA, and New York Coordinator for the Public Banking Institute. He has advocated for economic reforms on TV, radio, web and print media, and directly to local civic groups and politicians. Scott lives in New York City with his wife, where he is a biking advocate and ride leader.

 

 

The Legacy of Henry George, Economic Populist and Progressive Reformer

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Join Dr. Alexandra Lough, Henry George School of Social Science, along with other esteemed scholars, on Wednesday, April 13, from 3:30-5:00P.M., in a panel discussion of “The Legacy of Henry George, Economic Populist and Progressive Reformer”.

This event coincides with the release of the first volume of The Annotated Works of Henry George: Our Land and Land Policy and Other Works, edited by Francis K. Peddle and William S. Peirce, published by FDU Press in partnership with Rowman & Littlefield of Lanham, Maryland.

Panelists include Dr. Alexandra W. Lough (Henry George School of Social Science), Dr. T. Nicolaus Tideman (Virginia Tech University), and Dr. Daniel Cassino (Fairleigh Dickinson University).  The panel will be moderated by Edward Dodson, Researcher at the Henry George Birthplace and Historical Research Center at the Henry George School of Social Science.

The panel, which is free and open to the public, will take place in the Monninger Center for Learning and Research at the Florham campus of Fairleigh Dickinson University in Madison, New Jersey. For directions or further information on the event, please write fdupress@fdu.edu or call 973-443-8564.