They say: “is a place to learn about (or argue with) the Georgist economic paradigm, which recognizes the unique economic properties of land —locational value, community-created value, fixed supply, zero cost of production, non-zero cost of acquisition — unlike the dominant neo-classical economic paradigm, which treats land as a form of capital, notwithstanding that other assets classified as capital have radically different economic properties — replacement value, privately-created value, expandable supply,
non-zero cost of production.?