Frank Peddle on the Harold Channer Show Francis K. Peddle, J.D., Ph.D., is currently Vice-President -- Academic Affairs at the Dominican University College, Ottawa, Canada and an Associate Professor in the Faculty of Philosophy. He is a barrister and solicitor and has been a member of the Law Society of Upper Canada for over twenty years.

He has appeared before numerous tax commissions and task forces, most notably the Bédard Commission (Montreal,1999), as well as the Federal and Ontario Courts of Appeal, the Ontario Superior Court of Justice, the Tax Court of Canada and the Assessment Review Board.

From 2006 to 2011 Peddle was the Deputy Editor of the International Journal of Social Economics. In April, 2009 the journal published, with Peddle as Guest Editor, a Special Issue entitled "Henry George as Social Economist and Radical Reformer."

He is the author of Cities and Greed: Taxes, Inflation and Land Speculation (1994), Henry George and the End of Tax Commissions (1995). More recent publications include "Distributism and Marginal Productivity," Science et Esprit, Vol. 63/3 (2011) and The Poverty Paradox (2011) which is an anthology of writings on the relation between economic rent and poverty.