Monthly Archives: April 2019

Second best policy in an MMP world can be first best in the real world

When the electorate will not support capital gains, wealth, inheritance or land taxes, how can we enhance equity? The top priority is to lift productivity to make everyone on average better off.  How can this be done equably, within constrained … Continue reading

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Shakespeare defending refugees

Around 147 lines in the collaborative play The Book of Sir Thomas More are the only authenticated remnants of Shakespeare’s work in his own handwriting. The play was initially drafted by Anthony Munday and Henry Chettle.  However it was not … Continue reading

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