Putting people at the heart of economics since 1864

In this first edition of a new series for Land&Liberty.net, Media We Watch, we present the excellent inaugural session of iNET from 2015. While other, newer, videos in their playlist are also really worth watching, this discussion illuminates the broad themes and fundamental facts the commission investigates. Particularly impressive is the importance the panel give to “rent-seeking”and “intellectual property rights”, both of which are the main mode of exploitation of the commons in the 21st century and which will only increase inequality, unless their injustice and false economy is remedied.


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