Events

Clean Money in a Dirty System

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Clean Money in A Dirty System – a seminar with Cameron Murray Wednesday, 24 June, 12.30 – 1.30pm RMIT City Campus, Swanston Street Building 80, Level 05, Room 012 Presenter: Cameron Murray RSVP (attendance is free) Prosper has teamed up with RMIT University’s Centre for Urban Research to present a not to be missed seminar with Cameron Murray […]

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PARI Launch event

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Thursday, May 21, 6.30 – 8pm LSX, 285 Lennox Street, Richmond RSVP The launch of the Prosper Australia Research Institute (PARI) is nearly here! Science can elaborately finance research into the God Particle, we can boast about new advances in Quantum Computing, but when it comes to shining a bright light on the economic advantages […]

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Event: Property Boom or Bust – with Phillip Anderson

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Property Boom or Bust – where are we in the cycle?  With Phillip J Anderson, author of The Secret  Life of Real Estate & Banking Tuesday March 17th, 6pm. Level 2, 22 Punch Lane, Melbourne. Strictly limited seats, $25 per person (includes light catering). Contrasting pressures need exploration. Property prices have skyrocketed. Bad debts have […]

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Public Education Priorities!

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Having trouble reading this newsletter? View it online. The enews of Prosper & Earthsharing Australia February 2014 Nicolas Mirguit The Climate Fund Under Our Feet Thursday February 26th, 6.30pm Level 2, 22 Punch Lane, Melbourne Presenter: Karl Fitzgerald RSVP Last year was Australia’s 3rd hottest on record. The likelihood of a radical future grows with each […]

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The Climate Fund Under Our Feet

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Thursday February 26th, 6.30pm Level 2, 22 Punch Lane, Melbourne Presenter: Karl Fitzgerald RSVP Last year was Australia’s 3rd hottest on record. The likelihood of a radical future grows with each day we do not take action. The need for greater economic flexibility is vital. How can the economic system support cyclists and seaweed cultivists for […]

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Empty Investment Homes Hurt Affordability

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Press Release for Speculative Vacancies 7 report launch  A new report finds 64,386 properties are likely vacancies during Melbourne’s record-long housing supply crisis. “32% of the Docklands may be a speculators paradise but it’s facing a ghost town future if the incentives for property investors continue” claimed Prosper Australia spokesperson Karl Fitzgerald. “Vacancy rates have […]

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Speculative Vacancies 7

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  Read the report Wednesday November 12th, 6.30pm Presenter: Catherine Cashmore 2/22 Punch La, Melbourne RSVP The 7th Speculative Vacancies report advocates for empty property held for capital gains to be included in Australia’s housing vacancy measures. Read The Age’s write up With the capital gains in the land game regularly tripling the yearly rental incomes […]

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Englobo Report Launch, Thursday October 30th

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Thursday, October 30th 6.30 – 8pm Level 2, 22 Punch Lane, Melbourne Presenter: David Collyer RSVP, donations appreciated Join us for the launch of David Collyer’s investigations into the land holdings of Australia’s largest property developers. Englobo 2014 – Land Banking Profits during a Housing Supply Crisis is set to be an explosive report – just how […]

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Evolving Economics Engagement

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Evolving Economics is our fortnightly enews on upcoming events, current news and commentary. Join here. Having trouble reading this newsletter? View it online. The enews of Prosper & Earthsharing Australia august 2014 Prof. John Freebairn will present on state taxation Wednesday September 3rd Royal Society of Victoria, 8 Latrobe St, Melbourne From 6pm RSVP & […]

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123rd Annual Henry George Dinner with Prof John Freebairn

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123rd Annual Henry George Dinner, 3rd September Featuring Professor John Freebairn of Melbourne University We are delighted to announce one of Australia’s most pre-eminent economists, Professor John Freebairn,  will be guest speaker at this year’s Henry George Commemorative Dinner. With the state election nearing, he will be speaking on the reforms Victoria needs to keep on the move. […]

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