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The Monthly Discussion – The beneficiary pays principle

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The Monthly Discussion – The Beneficiary Pays Principle What: Discuss + Debate + Drinks + Pizza When: Wednesday, August 1st Time: 6pm Cost: Free Is it fair that beneficiaries should pay, even if they do not voluntarily benefit? Is there such a thing as a fair tax, or are there only less and more fair […]

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The 127th Annual Dinner

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Tues September 4th Presenter:Dr Cameron Murray Launching his new report Unspoken Alternatives for Expensive Housing (co-produced by Prosper and The Australia Institute). Venue: Brunswick Mess Hall Tickets Everyone needs somewhere to live. It is a simple fact. Australia’s economy keeps growing every year. As a nation, we are richer than any other time in our […]

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The Monthly Discussion – June

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The Monthly Discussion – Tax policy plot twists What: Discuss + Debate + Drinks + Pizza When: Wednesday, June 6th Time: 6pm Cost: Free Name a tax that lowers the price? Name a tax designed to raise no revenue? How can we simultaneously encourage densification and decentralisation? Next week we’re joining the dots between taxation […]

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Trickle-Up Economics Report Launch

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  Speakers: Dr. Gavin Putland & Dr. Polly Cleveland Date: Wednesday, April 18 Time: 6pm Location:  Prosper Australia Level 1, 64 Harcourt Street, North Melbourne Company tax cuts are favoured by government, wage rises by the opposition. We all want a vibrant economy and the dignity of work. What if there was a policy transition that turned […]

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The Monthly Discussion

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  Geo-libertarianism: Across the left-right divide When: Tuesday March 6 Time: 6pm Where: Level 1, 64 Harcourt St, North Melbourne Presenter: Ed Dodson (USA) Cost: Free. All welcome. Here is the video stream of the event. Excuse the skipping frames. Audio good!   Come along for the March instalment of our regular discussion night. If […]

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EJ Craigie Award Winner – Adam Creighton

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  Adam Creighton was awarded the EJ Craigie Award for the best Georgist article at last night’s packed 126th Annual Henry George Commemorative Dinner. His article was a timely addition to the mounting call for greater land tax utilisation. Here is the winning article: Land levy an efficient and moral revenue raiser Cross-posted from The […]

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Is the Queen a Georgist? 126th Henry George Dinner with Phil Anderson

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Tuesday, September 5 from 6pm The Woolshed, Docklands Tickets via Eventbrite: $30 members; $50 non-members Join Prosper Australia at The Woolshed, Docklands for our annual gala dinner and address. Our speaker this year is Australian economist, businessman and internationally acclaimed commentator, Philip J Anderson. Phil is widely regarded as the foremost expert on business, real […]

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Game of Mates – Melbourne Book Launch

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In 2015 Dr. Cameron Murray released an influential paper investigating the nexus between relationship networks and land rezonings in Queensland. Fairfax journalist Michael Pascoe stated the paper ‘should have brought down state and local governments, sparked a royal commission and radically changed the Australian housing industry’. Murray has built on this game theory approach in […]

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Introduction to Modern Monetary Theory

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An Introductory Course in Modern Monetary Theory When: Monday, January 16 & 23 Time: 6:30pm Where: 64 Harcourt St, North Melbourne Cost: Free Registration: email office@prosper.org.au Do you understand the monetary system? Want a deeper understanding of unemployment, inflation, fiscal policy and the banking system? Jesse Hermans will present an introductory course in Modern Monetary […]

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See I, Daniel Blake, talk about I, Daniel Blake

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When: Wednesday, 23rd November 6pm Where: Lido Cinemas, Hawthorn Tickets: $15  Join us for a screening of Ken Loach’s Palme D’Or winning drama, I, Daniel Blake, at Lido Cinemas Hawthorn Wednesday 23rd at 6pm. Set in contemporary Britain, the I, Daniel Blake describes the social inequality produced by uncaring neo-liberal economic policy, and its ‘blame the […]

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