April 10, 2024
Final update on the Henry George School course. We have added one more session on Wednesday, April 17th. That will definitely be the last class, after which all of the classes will be posted on youtube. Here’s the signup link if you’d like to join us tonight for class #7 or next week for class #8.

Mar. 21, 2024
The course at the Henry George School has been extended. Attendance and feedback have been great, so we are adding two additional sessions to the originally scheduled five. However we will be changing the day of the week for the additional sessions, since the HGS has another course starting in the Monday time slot. So this coming Monday (March 25th) will be the last of the originally scheduled sessions, and the two additional sessions will be on Wednesday, April 3rd and 10th at 6:30pm EDT. Link for signup:

Feb. 19, 2024
New article on Substack!
Free-Markets OR Private Land Ownership: You Can’t Have Both

Feb. 1, 2024
Check out this great interview with Carlos Louge, director of our sister organization, the Silvio Gesell Institute in Argentina (video in Spanish w/English subtitles)

Jan. 30, 2024
New article on Substack!
We Must Get Rid of the Word “Money”

Dec. 8, 2023
Update on Henry George School course. The start date has been pushed back to Monday, Feb. 26th. Everything else remains the same. Once again, here’s the signup link:

Nov. 28, 2023
Henry George School course officially announced and open for enrollment!
The online course on Silvio Gesell will consist of 5 sessions every Monday at 6:30pm beginning on Jan. 22nd. A course description and link for enrollment can be found here:

Oct. 26, 2023
New article on Substack!
Money: The Big Spiked Hammer

Oct. 17, 2023
We’re very excited to announce that Gesell Foundation Director Josh Sidman will be giving an online course on Gesellian economics at The Henry George School of Social Science starting in January. The Georgists are natural allies of ours since we share the core belief that private ownership of land is a key driver of poverty, wealth inequality and economic instability. Therefore they represent an important audience and potential base of support for the Gesellian program. The course will consist of 5 sessions and will begin on Monday, January 22nd. More details to follow.
The Henry George School of Social Science website

Oct. 10, 2023
We were contacted the other day by the director of a publication in Germany called Humane Wirtschaft (Humane Economy) which has been promoting Gesellian ideas for the past 17 years. Connecting with other Gesellian groups around the world in order to build a worldwide movement is a central part of our mission. Their online publication can be found at:
and an English language audio version of one of their articles can be found at:

Oct. 9, 2023
New Substack article which attempts to arrive at a more precise definition of the word “interest”.
Article: The Definition of “Interest”

Sept. 29, 2023
New Substack article recounting a twitter debate with a Bitcoiner about what constitutes a medium-of-exchange
Article: A Conversation with a Bitcoiner

Sept. 22, 2023
SGF merch coming soon! This image is just a mockup, but we will have stickers, coffee mugs and tshirts available soon!

Sept. 17, 2023
New Substack Article addressing the commonly asked question “Why do we need demurrage when we already have inflation?”
Article: “Demurrage vs. Inflation”

Sept. 10, 2023
New Substack article examining how the Gesellian perspective fits within the perrenial Capitalism vs. Socialism debate
Article: Dissecting the Capitalism-vs-Socialism Dualism

Sept. 3, 2023
New Substack article introducing the land side of the Gesellian economic program
Article: The Gesellian Perspective on Land Ownership