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Partial Common Ownership

RadicalxChange

"Partial common ownership is a new way of managing assets more fairly and efficiently than under capitalism or communism. Partial common ownership moves us beyond the traditionally narrow and rigid conception of absolute property rights, to a middle-point between rent and ownership. An asset’s current possessor must self-assess and declare its value. Based on the self-assessed value, they pay a fee, which can be used to fund public goods or distributed as a social dividend. If somebody bids more for that asset, current possessors sell it for their self-assessed value, resulting in more public benefits."

Sources
2019
Ownership and Punishment

Matt Prewitt

Ownership

2019
Property Attachments

Lee Anne Fennell

self-assessed tax

2004
Does the Henry George Theorem Provide a Practical Guide to Optimal City Size?

Richard Arnott

spatial distribution, population

2018
Depreciating Licenses

E. Glen Weyl, Anthony Lee Zhang

depreciating license, property rights, investment, misallocation, monopoly

2019
Property in Radical Markets

Katrina Miriam Wyman

Property

2017
Redesigning Spectrum Licenses to Encourage Innovation and Investment

Paul Milgrom, E. Glen Weyl, Anthony Lee Zhang

auction-based systems

2020
Between Abundance and Scarcity

Matt Prewitt

Voting reform, property reform, civil power

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