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The Taxing Question of Land

Professor Molly Scott Cato of the Roehampton Business School, was an expert panellist, alongside the Rt Hon Dr Vince Cable MP, at an RSA event premiering the documentary “The Taxing Question of Land”.

Posted: 4 September 2013

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"The Taxing Question of Land" expert panel (from left to right): Yoni Higgsmith, John Christensen, Matthew Taylor (chair), Professor Molly Scott Cato and the Rt Hon Dr Vince Cable.

Molly Scott Cato, Professor of Strategy and Sustainability features in the documentary “The Taxing Question of Land” – written, produced and directed by Yoni Higgsmith. The documentary was premiered at the RSA on Tuesday 3 September 2013, followed by a panel discussion that featured: Molly, the Rt Hon Dr Vince Cable MP; John Christensen, Director of Tax Justice Network; Matthew Taylor, Chief Executive of the RSA; and Yoni Higgsmith. Both the documentary and expert panel discussion explored whether the introduction of a land value tax could be a viable and responsible alternative to our fiscal system, which is universally agreed to be inefficient. Further details on the event can be found here.

The following "talking heads" was filmed after the debate:

 

RSA Land Value Tax Debate

Listen to the debate on last.fm

To view the documentary "The Taxing Question of Land" please click here.

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