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Dollars for Houses By Harvie Rothschild & Tatiana Oldyreva
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Housing has once again appeared on the policy agenda of Australian governments. House prices have risen in response to booming demand and constraints on the supply of dwellings, especially a shortage... More > of land in the capital cities and skill shortages within the housing industry. Webriefly considers the characteristics of public debate around housing affordability in Australia. It examines the role of neo-liberalism in shaping policy responses to housing affordability problems and assesses the argument that affordability goals can be achieved through manipulation of the planning system. It contends that neo-liberal philosophies of government direct policy action to the planning system, but such strategies have a limited capacity to improve housing affordability. Australian governments need to adopt more effective housing policies if they are to meet the needs of the 700 000 to 1 million households who live in unaffordable housing.< Less
Dollars for Houses - Distress By Harvie Rothschild & Tatiana Oldyreva
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Squeal to the original book Dollars for Houses, this work deals with Housing Crisis. As house prices have risen in response to booming demand and constraints on the supply shortage of land ... What... More > are the responses to housing affordability problems and assesses the argument that affordability goals. what is the effective way forward for trhe housing policies to meet the needs of the 1 million households who live in Housing Distress.< Less
The Setting of Dividend Policy By Homework Help Classof1
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One of the basic concepts of business economics and managerial decision making is that the value of an amount of money to be received in the future depends on the time of receipt or disbursement of... More > the cash. A dollar received today is more valuable than a dollar to be received in the future. The only requirement for this concept to be valid is that there be a positive rate of interest at which funds can be invested.< Less
Substance Abuse Prevention Dollars and Cents: A Cost-Benefit Analysis By U.S. Department of Health and Human Services
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Policymakers and other stakeholders can use cost-benefit analysis as an informative tool for decisionmaking for substance abuse prevention. This report reveals the importance of supporting effective... More > prevention programs as part of a comprehensive substance abuse prevention strategy. The following patterns of use, their attendant costs, and the potential cost savings are analyzed: - Extent of substance abuse among youth - Costs of substance abuse to the Nation and to States - Cost savings that could be gained if effective prevention policies, programs, and services were implemented nationwide - Programs and policies that are most cost beneficial< Less
The End of Loser Liberalism: Making Markets Progressive By Dean Baker
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Progressives need a fundamentally new approach to politics. They have been losing not just because conservatives have so much more money and power, but also because they have accepted the... More > conservatives’ framing of political debates. They have accepted a framing where conservatives want market outcomes whereas liberals want the government to intervene to bring about outcomes that they consider fair. This puts liberals in the position of seeming to want to tax the winners to help the losers. This "loser liberalism" is bad policy and horrible politics. Progressives would be better off fighting battles over the structure of markets so that they don't redistribute income upward. This book describes some of the key areas where progressives can focus their efforts in restructuring the market so that more income flows to the bulk of the working population rather than just a small elite.< Less
The End of Loser Liberalism: Making Markets Progressive By Dean Baker
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Progressives need a fundamentally new approach to politics. They have been losing not just because conservatives have so much more money and power, but also because they have accepted the... More > conservatives’ framing of political debates. They have accepted a framing where conservatives want market outcomes whereas liberals want the government to intervene to bring about outcomes that they consider fair. This puts liberals in the position of seeming to want to tax the winners to help the losers. This "loser liberalism" is bad policy and horrible politics. Progressives would be better off fighting battles over the structure of markets so that they don't redistribute income upward. This book describes some of the key areas where progressives can focus their efforts in restructuring the market so that more income flows to the bulk of the working population rather than just a small elite.< Less
Cites & Insights 12: 2012 By Walt Crawford
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Volume 12 of Cites & Insights, calendar year 2012, includes 12 issues. Features include an investigation of public library closures (or, rather, non-closures), a two-part essay on fair use, a... More > three-year roundup on the failed Google Book settlement, a two-parter on blogging, and sections related to Give Us a Dollar and We'll Give You Back Four (2012-13), a study of public library benefits.< Less
Red Yellow Green By Michael J. Perullo
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Reset Your Government. Resume Your Growth. There needs to be a comprehensible unifying idea in order to jump start, focus, and keep the discussion moving forward to eventually bring a... More > constitutional focus back to federal spending. The purpose of this book is to suggest a metaphor which could easily be employed to catalyze the most serious discussion of our time: our ruinous national finances, both in terms of budget outlays and our national debt. A comprehensible unifying idea in order to start, focus, and keep the discussion going to bring a constitutional focus back to federal spending is required. The idea is represented by the common traffic signal: Red means stop, Yellow means caution, and Green means go. The goal is to get Americans thinking about federal spending in terms of Red, Yellow and Green.< Less
Australian LOTE By Penelope Vos
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Australia spends about 50 million dollars a year on LOTE (Languages Other Than English) education. It is not working. Find out why, why it matters and how a fresh look at the situation reveals a... More > solution which is fair, effective, affordable, ethical and appropriate.< Less
Australian LOTE By Penelope Vos
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Australia spends about 50 million dollars a year on LOTE (Languages Other Than English) education. It is not working. Find out why, why it matters and how a fresh look at the situation reveals a... More > solution which is fair, effective, affordable, ethical and appropriate.< Less