00:00    |    
Initial credits
00:06    |    
Introduction by Zachary Caceres
00:12    |    
Can you elaborate on your idea of entrepreneurial communities?
Ways of creating community development
Political organizations of unattended occupants
03:57    |    
First entrepreneurial communities
Characteristics of modern communities
Evolution of communities and empirical experience
07:06    |    
Advantages of developed communities
08:41    |    
Increasing the value of land
10:47    |    
Final words
11:17    |    
Final credits



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Enterprise of Community

01 de agosto de 2013   | Vistas: 1 |  

During this interview Spencer H. MacCallum elaborates on his concept of entrepreneurial communities as a provision of common services through ordinary relations in the market place. He explains how developed neighborhoods attract entrepreneurial interest, since they provide an opportunity to offer or improve community services, at the same time that a profit can be made. It is his belief that land value increases as both the occupants and entrepreneurs gather in commercial relations raising the concern for a continuous success, which eventually leads to a common benefit for the parties involved. MacCallum provides, as well, historic and modern examples of this type of communities and its evolution, in order to illustrate his idea.




Spencer H. MacCallum is an anthropologist, entrepreneur and grandson of classical liberal theorist and Georgist dissenter Spencer Heath. He is…

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