Professor Robert Ashford

Information and links about Professor Robert Ashford, Professor of Law, Syracuse University, College of Law will be posted here shortly.

Ten Controversial Questions ... ?

Coming TV interview of Professor Robert Ashford on "Binary Economics" in May/June 2002.

TV interview of Professor Robert Ashford on "Binary Economics" on
MMN Cable TV Channel 34 and RCN 109 at 1:00 PM on Monday, May 14, 2001. IAED TV

Co-Author of the fasinating book on a "new" economics: "Binary Economics" (See the Review)

Web sites directly related to Professor Robert Ashford and Binary Economics.

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Professor Robert Ashford is also a composer of classical music. Excellent training for orchestrating a new economics!

To contact Professor Robert Ashford:

Tel: 1-800-583-9909

E-mial: rhashford@aol.com


Other websites related to Binary Economics:

Center for Economic and Social Justice

Kelso Institute


Binary Economics

A New Approach to Economics, Private Property, and Justice

A Presentation by Robert Ashford

Ten Controversial Questions ...

1. Why does wealth tend to concentrate in market economies even in times of great prosperity?

2. Why (if markets are basically free and competitive) does vast excess productive capacity persist?

3. Why does the great promise of the industrial revolution (abundance and leisure) remain unfulfilled for most people?

4. Does it matter whether the ownership of capital is highly concentrated or broadly distributed among people?

5. What is behind the adage, "It takes money to make money"?

6. What are the growth and distributive consequences of the fact that most capital is acquired with the earnings of capital?

7. How can more economic opportunity become more broadly distributed?

8. Is there a practical, efficient way to enable all people to acquire capital with the earnings of capital, without taking anything from existing owners?

9. Will an opening of capital markets produce substantial distribution-based economic growth?

10. How can the need for increased economic growth to benefit poor and working people be harmonized with environmental necessities?

Binary Economics offers important new insights, answers, and solutions.

Professor Robert Ashford is the coauthor of "Binary Economics: The New Paradigm," with Rodney Shakespeare (University Press of America 1999).

For more information on binary economics contact:

Professor Robert Ashford
Syracuse University College of Law
Syracuse, NY 13244

Tel: 1-315-677-4680; Fax by appointment

rhashford@aol.com


Composer of Classical music: "Ashord: Heroes & Heroines"

Tel: 1-800-583-9909

E-mial: nigelclassics@aol.com


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