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While the theoretical case for Land Value Taxation is regarded as being very persuasive, most people looking closely at the idea form the view that the practical difficulties of introducing it into an established modern economy are compelling. Nevertheless, in Europe and America the ideas put forward by George continue to influence many people discussing issues around land use planning, urban development and methods of funding infrastructure and local government.
Dunne, T.: Land value taxation: persuasive theory but practically difficult. Property Valuer, IAVI, Dublin, Ireland, Spring 2005. doi:10.21427/345w-tx82