00:00    |    
Initial credits
00:06    |    
00:15    |    
Basic elements of a free city
00:22    |    
Economic proposition
00:34    |    
Ethical proposition
00:51    |    
Political proposition
01:07    |    
What principles define a free city?
Ethical principle
Quotes John Locke on moral law
Universal ethic
Laws of free cities
Levels of rules
Constitutional level of choice
Voluntariness of a free city
Public finance of a free city
Collective goods
Public finance of an efficient free city
Taxed imposing governments
Lack of arbitrary restrictions
08:17    |    
What is our vision of a free city and what strategy would best advance that vision?
Rental collection
09:22    |    
What governance systems does a free city need?
Propietary government
Co-owner and tenant communities
Mass democracy evasion
Decentralized democracy structure
Demand revelation system
12:51    |    
Pollution and congestion charges on free cities
14:04    |    
Service substitution
14:55    |    
15:14    |    
Final credits




Public Finance and Governance of a Free City

04 de abril de 2011   | Vistas: 3 |  

Based on philosophical liberal ideas, every society has the right to establish its own type of government, as well as to change it whenever it fails to satisfy the basic needs and obligations of its citizens. In this conference Fred E. Foldvary describes what the fundamental political and economic system of free cities would be, based on these types of ideas. He explains that economics, ethics, and governance are the three basic elements free societies must pursue in order to prosper and meet the purposes for which they were originally created.




Fred E. Foldvary is profesor of economics at Santa Clara University. He is also associate editor of Econ Journal Watch…


Nuestra misión es la enseñanza y difusión de los principios éticos, jurídicos y económicos de una sociedad de personas libres y responsables.

Universidad Francisco Marroquín