Research and Education

RSF is committed to supporting research and education in areas related to economic equity; natural resource valuation, use and preservation; environmental quality and sustainability; and local taxation.

Funded Projects

Who owns the earth? – A San Francisco Library Exhibition, October 12 – December 28, 2019

Human Capital, Inequality and Growth – October 18, 2019, University of Scranton Annual Henry George Lecture

A Captive Audience: Teaching Henry George in Prisons

Schalkenbach Scholars

The Robert Schalkenbach Foundation is proud to support research efforts in fields and disciplines related to our mission.

Michael Guttentag – Michael Guttentag’s scholarship focuses primarily on securities regulation. He has used a variety of methods to better understand how financial markets should be regulated, including conducting experiments and developing mathematical models. Prior to his career in academia, Michael Guttentag worked as an executive in the public and private sectors, where he held senior management positions in the Internet, entertainment, and financial services industries. From 2005 to 2008, he was a member of the faculty of the Boyd School of Law, UNLV, and has visited at the Emory University School of Law, UCLA School of Law, and the University of Southern California Law School. He joined the Loyola Law School faculty in 2008. Guttentag is a member of the American Law and Economics Association, the Society for Empirical Legal Studies and the Bar of the State of California.

Michael Guttentag Faculty Page

For Educators

Are you committed to sharing the ideas of Henry George with students inside or outside of the classroom, or just looking to explores ways in which these ideas could be incorporated into your existing curriculum?

To apply for RSF support, contact us today.

For Students

Bringing fresh eyes to old ideas is one of the best ways to determine their relevancy in an ever-changing world. Whether you want to focus on the history of the Georgist movement or are motivated to explore their applications to new and modern problems, RSF can provide resources in support of your efforts.

To apply for RSF support, contact us today.

Arden, Delaware

Have you ever wondered what it would be like to live in a town run according to the principles expounded by Henry George?  In Arden, Delaware, residents do just that: they own their homes, but not the land on which their homes are built, and work collectively to make decisions that affect their community. This video gives a taste of what life in Arden is all about.