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geonomics

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n
1. (Philosophy) economics a doctrine holding that humans own what is created by them, but that those things found in nature, such as land, belong to no one person but instead belong equally to all mankind
2. (Economics) economics a doctrine holding that humans own what is created by them, but that those things found in nature, such as land, belong to no one person but instead belong equally to all mankind
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surge of interest in Georgism. Many of those involved in this tradition
However, as Mason Gaffney shows in his famous work, 'neoclassical economics as a stratagem against Henry George', published in The Corruption of Economics (1994), the rise of neoclassical economics pushed Georgism into obscurity.
Having seen his parents ruined by land speculation in the Midwest, Garland latched on to Georgism as a panacea that would liberate farmers, workers, and artists.
"America is Not Broke" showcases four multi-trillion dollar reforms: Sovereign Money, Georgism, Public Banking, and Ending Government Financial Asset Hoarding, plus a few other major reforms that demonstrate just how we can have it all, if we only learn where to look.
The AJES had always been associated with Georgism and, according to Peter Boettke, this meant that it was 'somewhat viewed with suspicion by the larger profession of economists'; but by maintaining the highest standards of scholarship Larry was able to raise its reputation and ranking while respecting its Georgist tradition (p.