"The contributors are critical of the role of land in neoclassical economics and . . . are in tune with the increasing realisation by economists of the importance of the property market to the macro economy." British Review of Economic Issues
"A powerful indictment of prevalent economic thinking" Peace Review
About the Author
Mason Gaffney is a professor of economics at the University of California and the author of Coordinating Tax Incentives and Public Policy. Fred Harrison is executive director of the Land Research Trust in London and the author of Boom Bust: House Prices, Banking and the Depression of 2010 and Wheels of Fortune: Self-Funding Infrastructure and the Free Market Case for a Land Tax.