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Understanding Economics: 5 - The Dog in the Manger

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Published on Sep 6, 2016

Since land is fixed in supply, and needed for all production, it tends in increase in value faster than overall economic growth. This leads to the phenomenon of land speculation. We explore the economic, social and environmental costs of this practice.

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