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        เงินฟรี เล่นเกมฟรี

        Rezoning windfalls have been described as a ‘honeypot’ for landowners seeking to capitalise on land use changes.?

        Why Land Tax?

        Our land is a finite and essential resource we all need to thrive. It needs to be treated differently to other assets in our global marketplace.?

        Speculative Vacancies 10

        Our latest report into Melbourne’s vacant land and housing

        Stamp Duty to Land Tax

        This is how we get there

        The Second Interval

        Evaluating the ACT’s 20 Year Land Value taxation transition after 8 years

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        Well planned public transport creates so much value for our community in terms of access to jobs, city centres, and business. This value can be?leveraged?to fund the bold projects we need to build if we’re to fix our transport infrastructure backlog.

        Stamp Duty to Land Tax: Designing the Transition

        For politicians searching for a circuit-breaker on state tax reform, our model offers generous but logical concessions for existing owners, choice for future buyers, and an attractive introductory period to secure support early on. It is complex at the policy design back-end but simple at the taxpayer front-end.

        Rethinking the Economics of Land and Housing - Book

        Speculative Vacancies 10

        Our latest in a series of reports measuring the number of properties across Melbourne that are witheld from the rental market.

        Rethinking the Economics of Land and Housing - Book

        The Second Interval: evaluating the ACT’s 20 Year Land Value Taxation

        Propser is undertaking a series of five reports, to be published every four years, examining the progress and impacts of the ACT Government’s ambitious land tax reform agenda.

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        Progress and Poverty

        Henry George

        The all-time best-selling economics book.? Written in beautiful prose, an explainer on the paradox of increasing inequality despite advancing technology.

        Rethinking the Economics of Land and Housing - Book

        Rethinking the Economics of Land and Housing

        Josh Ryan-Collins, Laurie McFarlane and Toby Lloyd
        An accessible but provocative refresh to the economics of land and housing.

        Rethinking the Economics of Land and Housing - Book

        Who Gets What?

        Frank Stilwell and Kirrily Jordan

        Analysing Economic Inequality in Australia, Stilwell & Jordan delve into the data to paint a picture of a two speed society whilst providing needed solutions.

        Game of Mates

        Cameron Murray and Paul Frijters

        A tale of economic theft across major sectors of Australia’s economy, showing how well-connected insiders are able to siphon of billions.

        Rethinking the Economics of Land and Housing - Book

        The Community Land Trust Reader

        John Davis
        The Community Land Trust Reader brings together the seminal texts that inspired and defined the CLT.

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