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Elliott Morss | February 22nd, 2017

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Posts By © Elliott R. Morss, Ph.D.

Paying People Too Much

March 4th, 2009 | 1

First, a value judgement I made back in the early ‘nineties. Nobody needs more than $7 million to live comfortably, for a lifetime, provided that money is well-managed. Beyond that amount, the marginal tax rate should be 100% which means he or her could set up a non-profit and keep his or her money for a good cause. In the article, market tests are applied to executives and live performers. Performers appear to be getting their market value. The market for executives is rigged and they are getting far more than their worth. This article was written in 1992. Sadly, it is still relevant.Read More

How Accelerated Urban Development Will Help Africa

March 4th, 2009 |

Summary – Donors have attempted to promote development in Sub-Saharan Africa through projects and programs with a rural focus. This focus is wrong: accelerated urban development will give the highest development return.Read More

Career Choices of Wealthy Men

March 3rd, 2009 |

A study of how 26 wealthy men made their life choices. The main conclusion was that very few took advantage of the freedom they had because of wealth. This finding leads to suggestions for parents. Read More