This page tries to summarize "the Natural Economic Order," Silvio Gesell's masterpiece, to give you some basic ideas on what this German-Wallon-Argentine economist thought to build a more just society.
Both the original version(in German) and its English translation are available on the web as well.
PART I. DISTRIBUTION
1-1. Aim and Method
1-2. The Right to the Whole Proceeds of Labour
1-3. Reduction of the Proceeds of Labour through Rent on Land
1-4. Influence of transport costs on Rent and Wages
1-5. Influence of social conditions on Rent and Wages
1-6. More precise definition of freeland
1-7. Freeland of the third class
1-8. Influence of freeland of the third class on Rent and Wages
1-9. Influence of technical improvements on Rent and Wages
1-10. Influence of scientific discoveries on Rent and Wages
1-11. Legislative interference with Rent and Wages
1-12. Protective-Duties, Rent and Wages
1-13. The entire wage-scale is based on the Labour-Proceeed of the cultivators of freeland
1-14. Influence of capital-interest on Rent and Wages
To be continued...