The Journal of Libertarian Studies
The Enterprise of Community: Market Competition, Land, and Environment
Tags Capital and Interest TheoryPrivate PropertyProduction Theory
We hear a lot of expressed concern about conserving the environment, but no one talks much about producing it. Why not manufacture it competitively and sell it in the free market like other goods and services—and even bundle it with product support? As a matter of fact, that is being done. It is a relatively new product, but its manufacturers stand behind it, and we will doubtless be seeing more of it in the future.
Volume 17, Number 4 (2003)
Cite This Article
MacCallum, Spencer H. "The Enterprise of Community: Market Competition, Land, and Environment." Journal of Libertarian Studies 17, No. 4 (2003): 1–15.