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This book is a must-read. The analysis is quite good. Many of the examples opened me up to other ways of thinking about creating new behaviors, but I did stumble a few times over what I believe to be factual errors or mischaracterizations of people or events.
In fact, there are thousands of ways to solve not only our recurring fiscal crises but our ongoing social and ecological debacles as well.
But we need many more of them spread more consistently all over the globe. Open Preview See a Problem? Provides many solutions to our current economic system. Get fast, free shipping with Amazon Prime.
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I’m glad I read it, but I still need a lot more information on the topic! Bloggat om Rethinking Money: Jacqui Dunne is an award-winning journalist and founder of Danu Resources, an emerging leader in helping entrepreneurs develop technologies and initiatives that restore the earth. These real-world examples are just the tip of the iceberg—over 4, cooperative currencies are already in existence.
Don’t have a Kindle? The manufacturing of scarcity by banks create a society that privileges competition over cooperation. An overly idealistic and poorly thought out book that wants to fix something that is utterly broken and should be destroyed.
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Dunne is currently CEO of Entrepreneurs without Borders, a for-profit organization that supports emergent, socially conscientious, and profitable technologies. Rethinking Money is an incredibly practical and inspiring guide for how we could do that. Money is causing so many unwanted and theoretically unnecessary issues in the ability for us to thrive.
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The new understanding this book offers is critical because economics has become the dominant—and increasingly only—discipline with which important decisions are being made.
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His thinking is far too conventional, believing that new technology is all that is required to fix old systems. Nick Van rated it really liked it Apr 26, rehhinking The rethinkung are excellent thinkers with extensive experience in national and international finance.
Great book – puts everything into perspective. No one produced anything. Strategies for Banking Institutions Chapter 8: From the Berkshares, a local currency, accepted by five local banks, to the Swiss Wir, a parallel currency that is used mostly when the major currency is most under stress. Bernafd the Kindle edition and experience these great reading features: Throughout the middle it stopped being the kind of book I wanted to read on this topic in a way that I can’t exactly describe.
This book is regarded as a classic by the proponents of new money.
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