The New Physiocrats have developed a political-economic framework for the latest iteration of the original Physiocracy, modernized and expanded for the 21 st century. It is a movement established on a new way of economic thinking, what they refer to as the “New School of Economics.” The New Physiocratic League has finally managed to reconcile the concerns of the left and right, with a philosophy rooted in the ideas of Physiocracy and Georgism. Their innovative ideas are finally captured in this concise read, slated for a new generation of policymakers.

Philip Allan (1988) was born in Toronto, Canada. He attended the University of Waterloo (Canada) for Geography and Business, and later the University of London (UK), SOAS for Macroeconomic Policy. He was employed as an Economic Policy Analyst for the Government of Canada, first through a government-owned think tank, Policy Horizons Canada, and then at Industry Canada’s Economic Research and Policy Analysis Branch. He is currently residing in Asia, employed in the private sector (fin-tech, brokerage), where he maintains a strong interest in policy.

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“The New School of Economics by Philip Allan is a groundbreaking book that presents a radical new proposal for economic reform. Drawing on theGeorgist and Physiocratic traditions, the book presents a clear and comprehensive platform for a political candidate to run on.”
Tobin Shields, former adjunct lecturer at the University of Waterloo, Canada