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The ecology of money

Author: R J Douthwaite
Publisher: Totnes, Devon [England] : Published by Green Books ; Bristol [England] : for the Schumacher Society ; [White River Junction, Vt.] : Distributed in the USA by Chelsea Green, 1999.
Series: Schumacher briefing, no. 4.
Edition/Format:   Print book : EnglishView all editions and formats
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This text explains why money has different effects according to its origins and purposes. It shows that to build a just and sustainable world, money creation must be democratized and the payment of interest on money in circulation scrapped.
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Douthwaite, R.J.
Ecology of money.
Totnes, Devon, [Eng.] : published by Green Books ; Bristol, [Eng.] : for the Schumacher Society ; [White River Junction, Vt.] : distributed in the USA by Chelsea Green, 1999
(OCoLC)651906490
Document Type: Book
All Authors / Contributors: R J Douthwaite
ISBN: 1870098811 9781870098816
OCLC Number: 44155866
Description: 78 pages : illustrations ; 21 cm.
Contents: Foreword / Bernard Lietaer --
Commercially-produced Money --
People-produced Money --
Government-produced Money --
One Country, Four Currencies --
Moving On --
How the Exchange Mechanisms Operate.
Series Title: Schumacher briefing, no. 4.
Responsibility: Richard Douthwaite.
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In this Schumacher Briefing, Richard Douthwaite argues that just as different insects and animals have different effects on human society and the natural world, money has different effects according  Read more...

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