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Author: Bernard Lietaer,Christian Arnsperger,Sally Goerner,Stefan Brunnhuber
ISBN: 1908009756
Subcategory: Economics
Pages 216 pages
Publisher Triarchy Press Ltd (May 30, 2012)
Language English
Category: Moneymaking
Rating: 4.6
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by Bernard Lietaer,Christian Arnsperger,Sally Goerner,Stefan Brunnhuber


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We tend to assume that we must have a single, monopolistic currency. Finally Bernard Lietaer, formerly of the Belgian Reserve Bank and whom no-one could describe as a nutter, has brought the two together - under the umbrella of the Club of Rome who first published "The Limits to Growth" in 1972.

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A report from the Club of Rome - EU Chapter to Finance Watch and the World Business Academy. Foreword by Dennis Meadows, co-author of the 1972 Club of Rome report The Limits to Growth.

The authors – Bernard Lietaer, Christian Arnsperger, Sally Goerner and Stefan Brunnhuber – describe the catastrophic ecological, socio-economic and financial problems that will continue to confront us if we make no radical changes

The authors – Bernard Lietaer, Christian Arnsperger, Sally Goerner and Stefan Brunnhuber – describe the catastrophic ecological, socio-economic and financial problems that will continue to confront us if we make no radical changes. Finally, they list nine concrete measures that can immediately be implemented alongside the existing money system. This book is essential reading for politicians, business leaders, economists, bankers and anyone interested in the future of the planet. Read the Executive Summary. Read the Full Report.

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This book challenges the mainstream paradigm, based on the inter-temporal optimisation of welfare by individual agents.

We assume that we must have a single, monopolistic currency, funded through bank debt, enforced by a central bank. In fact, the present system is outdated, brittle and unfit for purpose (witness the eurozone crisis). This book challenges the mainstream paradigm, based on the inter-temporal optimisation of welfare by individual agents.

A report from the Club of Rome - EU Chapter to Finance Watch and the World Business Academy. Foreword by Dennis Meadows, co-author of the 1972 Club of Rome report The Limits to Growth. Pioneering new research from the Club of Rome: In 1972, the first Report for the Club of Rome - The Limits to Growth - famously spelled out the unsustainable consequences of an economic system that demands infinite growth in a finite world. Just as The Limits to Growth exposed the catastrophic flaws in our economic system, this new Report from the Club of Rome exposes the systemic flaws in our money system and the wrong thinking that underpins it. It describes the ongoing currency and banking crises we must expect if we continue with the current monopoly system - and the vicious impact of these crises on our communities, our society as a whole and our environment. It finishes by setting out clear, practical proposals for creating a money 'ecosystem' with complementary currencies to support and stabilize the current money system.
Huston
Money does indeed change everything. I've long thought that there are gaping structural flaws in the system that's ordered society for so long. I used to think Neo-liberal capitalism was the culprit that channelled the labour of many into the pockets of few and rushes us headlong into species extinction but that's only part of the story. This is sound structural thinking that explains much even if it doesn't delve too deeply into the sources of structural entrenchment and inertia. And I'm ambivalent about aspects of the suggested solutions. But this is a start - a very good start at thinking outside of capitalism, something our short term leaders and captains of industry don't want to allow. Bravo Club of Rome. You give me some hope when mainstream science and media are sources of deep despair.
Snake Rocking
For many decades there have been writers on sustainable economics and writers on monetary reform and neither has had anything to say about the other. I've been pondering the issue for years - how can we have a steady state economy with interest-bearing debt? Will a better monetary policy address the planetary overshoot and limits to growth that are our main economic challenge these days?

Finally Bernard Lietaer, formerly of the Belgian Reserve Bank and whom no-one could describe as a nutter, has brought the two together - under the umbrella of the Club of Rome who first published "The Limits to Growth" in 1972. I still haven't quite finished it but had to get Amazon off my back wanting a review so am not waiting for that! It all makes sense and I learned a lot, despite having been in Parliament and on the Finance and Expenditure select committee - these issues are just not discussed there. The question of who issues money and what currency is required to pay taxes are not neutral - I recommend this to any serious student of why the Global Financial Crash happened and what we can now do about the Euro and failing states.
Shaktiktilar
Everyone should read this book to discover what is wrong with the American "system".
Fountain_tenderness
This is an amazing piece of work. Beautifully organized and written, in-depth.

General readers who are somewhat comfortable with economics and/or finance, you can read this and get your kaleidiscope turned.

Experts, absolutely, read this! But beware, it might lead you to quit your present job.

Absolutely should be required reading in every college and (especially) postgrad economics course in America. (Fat chance!)
Modimeena
A plan for the future of money and mankind.
Envias
This Report ties together two seemingly unrelated crises - environmental and our economic system - and offers a strong argument that one cannot be averted with changing both. This is a most important book, well thought through and prescriptive.
Fearlessrunner
Excellent discussion of inadequacies of existent currency system and why alternate currency is needed to buffet Main Street from future financial sector meltdowns.
a very complete and original analysis, that should open the door to complementary currencies. Particularly the systemic analysis including the balance between efficiency and resilience.