Rent Unmasked explores the new economic paradigm that policy-makers need to solve global problems in the post-2008 era. With conventional economic theories discredited, the new model must equip governments with tools to re-stabilise societies in a dangerous world. Rent Unmasked explains why one paradigm only qualifies to serve this purpose: the dynamic model that reinstates time and space in economic theorising.
ISBN 9780856835117 | Price: £19.95
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– Why are so many trapped in poverty, when others are grossly well-off?
– Why are house prices continuously rising faster than inflation?
– Why do people so often find themselves in jobs that give them little sense of fulfilment?
– Why is a multi-national coffee shop franchise not actually making its money from coffee?
These questions have confronted the UK economy for decades without resolution by governments of the right or left. It is the failure of economics, the author argues.
ISBN 9780856835292 | Price: £9.95
We all want freedom, we all want justice, yet few have given much thought to how such a state could be organised. The author, an original thinker, has taken a multi-disciplinary approach in seeking an answer, reading widely over 35 years in the realms of Politics and Economics, Sociology and Philosophy, History and Law.
ISBN 9780856835100 | Price: £12.95
Governments around the world are wrestling with the problems of enormous debts, low growth, high unemployment and a gap between the demands of public expenditure and what can be raised through taxation. This problem has been acute since the financial crisis, but has been a hallmark of western economies for decades.
ISBN 9780856835070 | Price: £14.95
The authors set out a proposal to unleash their country’s potential for growth in a way that benefits investors and the poorest by reforming taxation – a blueprint for other developing countries. The rapid development of Taiwan and South Korea in the 1950s and 1960s owed much to a similar, business-friendly tax reform.
ISBN 9780856835049 | Price: £19.95
Economic inequality has reached historic highs worldwide. Almost half the world’s wealth is now owned by just 1% of the population. Disparities in the distribution of wealth have grown far more extreme than disparities in income – and the gap continues to widen. This is the result of a broken ‘system’ and no amount of business-as-usual will solve it, the author argues.
ISBN 9780856835032 | Price: £14.95
The majority of the author’s professional life has been spent in banking and the computer industry. He had senior roles in the design of new technologies for banks by multinational companies and in the application of these technologies by banks. He discovered the economic teaching of Leon MacLaren in the late 1970s and has run public courses teaching these ideas for many years .
ISBN 9780856832918 | Price: £14.95
The author was the first to forecast (in 1997) the events that ruptured the global economy in 2008 by applying an analysis that exposes the fault lines in the structure of the market economy. Having correctly forecast the timing of the global crisis, the author now extends that same analysis to the future of the West…
ISBN 9780856832871 | Price: £17.95
The Fair Tax explains how a second massive transfer of wealth from the 99% to the 1% can happen again due to the ignorance of politicians, the hubris of the Department of Finance, and the continuing backroom influence of the developers and bankers. The authors clearly explain the real advantages of a Site Value Tax over a conventional property tax and convincingly show how easy it is to assess and implement.
ISBN 9780856832901 | Price: £11.95
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Winner of The People’s Book Prize 2011 for Non-fiction.
This is the updated version of Polly Higgins’ Prize-winning book which explains the crime of Ecocide, how it will apply and who can stop the ecocide, for present and for future generations. Polly offers a solution that is radical, but absolutely necessary.
ISBN 9780856835087 | Price: £14.95
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The Art of Industrial Warfare is an introduction to a new business management methodology designed to combat the increasing menace of China’s growing industrial, economic and military might.
ISBN 9780856832970 | Price: £25.00
This book offers a radical revision of modern economic theory. Its starting point is the existing body of both micro and macro economics, as developed in such textbooks as Economics by Begg, Fischer and Dornbusch and Positive Economics by Lipsey and Chrystal.
ISBN 9780856832796 | Price: £19.95
Earth is our Business expands on the proposal in Polly Higgins’ first book, Eradicating Ecocide, to make Ecocide an international crime. This book proposes new Earth Law, setting out an institutional framework for sustainable development and international environmental governance.
ISBN 9780856832888 | Price: £14.95
Real estate is sold as a much safer investment than the constantly fluctuating stock market. Share price volatility is compared unfavourably with the steadier and impressive gains made from real estate which is, we are told, ‘as safe as houses’.
ISBN 9780856832635 | Price: £30.00
Walter Rybeck shares with the reader his discovery that how property taxes are levied is crucial to this issue. He presents a strategy for gradually increasing beneficial taxes and reducing harmful ones.
ISBN 9780856832819 | Price: £18.95
Fred Harrison draws on global-wide case studies to show how the violent birth of nation-states, whether the result of territorial conquests or colonialism, splits the population into two classes, victors and vanquished.
ISBN 9780856832734 | Price: £17.95
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Structured chronologically, this exploration of John Clare’s life highlights the socio-economic and environmental aspects of his observations and includes his reports on an insidious revolution taking place in the English countryside.
ISBN 9780856832703 | Price: £9.95
Many doubt the existence of economic laws, but the once mighty Soviet Union collapsed because the grand theory on which it was based did not accord with the facts of economic life. It was unscientific.
ISBN 9780856831669 | Price: £10.95
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