John Tippett

John has lectured in economics for over 30 years, domestically and internationally, in both the university environment and the public arena.

His formal training as an economist began at the University of Melbourne and continued at Monash University. An upbringing on a family farm in north-western Victoria, Australia and early studies in agricultural science had a large influence on forming in him values of self-reliance, responsibility and practicality, all of which interpenetrate his thoughts and writings on economics; and his 30 plus years of active membership of the School of Philosophy in Melbourne has been an even greater influence in this regard.

His formal training as an economist began at the University of Melbourne and continued at Monash University. An upbringing on a family farm in north-western Victoria, Australia and early studies in agricultural science had a large influence on forming in him values of self-reliance, responsibility and practicality, all of which interpenetrate his thoughts and writings on economics; and his 30 plus years of active membership of the School of Philosophy in Melbourne has been an even greater influence in this regard.

His formal training as an economist began at the University of Melbourne and continued at Monash University. An upbringing on a family farm in north-western Victoria, Australia and early studies in agricultural science had a large influence on forming in him values of self-reliance, responsibility and practicality, all of which interpenetrate his thoughts and writings on economics; and his 30 plus years of active membership of the School of Philosophy in Melbourne has been an even greater influence in this regard.

We believe you will simply not want to miss his exclusive teachings to subscribers of this service.

John is the author of A Philosophers take on Economics published in 2012 aimed at presenting a common-sense, first-principles, philosophical perspective on a vital subject that seems to have lost its way. There is such a thing as justice, there is such a thing as truth; and these two need not be lost forever.

You can click here to read more about the book and order it here…

The team at Property Sharemarket Economics particularly like chapter 4 of John’s book ‘The Special Nature of Land’ where the explanation of the Law of Economic Rent is most probably one of the best you will read. John’s teachings will educate subscribers in why economic gains emphatically end up in the value of land and the impact that unearned income has on society.

The manifestation of this is how economics has lost its way.

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