It’s a new year, and there are new things in the works at RSF! More specifically, we’ve welcomed some new faces to our team – which in my opinion, is the best way possible to be starting off this new
It’s December and another year, actually another decade, is quickly drawing to a close. It’s a time for many to celebrate and make New Year’s resolutions, and at RSF we’re eager to do both!
First, the reasons to celebrate
The Robert Schalkenbach Foundation is pleased to announce the creation of the “Center for Property Tax Reform” (CPTR), a new, joint undertaking with our long-time collaborator, the Center for the Study of Economics (CSE) in Philadelphia.
Those of you who
By: Walter Rybeck
Carl F. Shaw, a devoted Georgist, died on October 20, 2019, a month after turning 90.
Born in Detroit, Carl F Shaw graduated from that city’s own Wayne State University with BA and MA degrees in Music
By: Josie Faass
With new leadership come new ideas and directions, and together with the Board of Directors, I’ve spent the first few months of my tenure as Executive Director identifying our priority areas and activities for the next three