Major Douglas′ Proposals for a National Dividend: A Logical Successor to the Wage

@article{Burkitt1994MajorDP,
  title={Major Douglas′ Proposals for a National Dividend: A Logical Successor to the Wage},
  author={B. Burkitt and F. Hutchinson},
  journal={International Journal of Social Economics},
  year={1994},
  volume={21},
  pages={19-28}
}
Restates the essential economic proposals of Major Douglas, whose social (BEI) movement was a substantial political force in the inter‐war years. Refutes some common misinterpretations of his work and provides a new interpretation of his collaboration with A.R. Orage, a prominent guild socialist, between 1918 and 1922. Re‐assesses Douglas’ contributions to economic thought in the light of more recent events and of the development of the newly recognized discipline of social economics. Aims to… Expand
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