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Money for the People
Essay

Money for the People

Money creation today depends on the banks—but it doesn't have to. Imagine a system in which states, instead, created money free of debt and guaranteed sustainable livelihoods for all.

 Roundtable on Money
Roundtable

Roundtable on Money

An exchange on “Money for the People,” with a response from the author. Featuring John Fullerton, Gwendolyn Hallsmith, Jonathan Harris, Alf Hornborg, Christopher Barrington-Leigh, Mary Sue Schmaltz, and David Schweickart.
Let a Thousand Currencies Bloom
Interview

Let a Thousand Currencies Bloom

Monoculture can be risky, whether in agriculture or in money. Complementary currencies can help undergird an economy oriented toward people rather than profit.

Recent


  • Global Capitalism: Reflections on a Brave New World

    William I. Robinson

    June 2017

    Global Capitalism: Reflections on a Brave New World
    Capitalism is in the midst of an epochal shift: the emergence of a transnational economy and ruling class, and fledgling governance institutions. Taming the ruinous crises this shift carries will take a popular struggle that moves beyond reform to systemic transformation.

  • Roundtable on Global Capitalism

    June 2017

     Roundtable on Global Capitalism
    An exchange on “Global Capitalism: Reflections on a Brave New World,” with a response from the author. Featuring Tom Athanasiou, Gareth Dale, Herman Daly, Bill Fletcher Jr., Al Hammond, Jennifer Hinton, Dawn Paley, and Andrew Wright.

  • Development for Whom?

    Jayati Ghosh

    June 2017

    Development for Whom?

    The conventional development model is failing the poor and the environment. An alternative model, rooted in a more holistic understanding of society, can deliver both shared prosperity and sustainability.


  • Sustainability and Well-Being: A Happy Synergy

    Chris Barrington-Leigh

    April 2017

    Sustainability and Well-Being: A Happy Synergy

    Conventional wisdom sees a conflict between human progress and ecological protection. But a new body of research on subjective well-being tells us to look again.


    With commentary from Anamaria Aristizabal, Deric Gruen, Anders Hayden, Emily Huddart-Kennedy, Tim Kasser, Sylvia Lorek, Lucie Middlemiss, Tadhg O’Mahony, Sandra Waddock, and a response from the author.


Forthcoming


  • The Case for Global Government


  • Pathways to a Global Citizens Movement


  • Who Will Change the World?