Eine Auflistung von Veranstaltungen in der Vergangenheit. Hier geht es zurück zu den aktuellen Veranstaltungen.

Die Veranstaltung ist in englischer Sprache.

This conference provides an opportunity for all researchers interested in contemporary issues of monetary and economic problems to discuss their research and to exchange ideas. Researchers are invited to submit both empirical and theoretical papers that are broadly consistent with the conference’s topic.

The conference is organized by the Monetary and Economic Research Center (MRC) and will take place at the University of National and World Economy, Sofia, Bulgaria on 13-14th October, 2016.

Submit abstracts of papers: here

Visit Website: here


Veranstaltung auf English mit Deutscher Übersetzung.

Das Digipay4Growth EU Projekt mit prominenten Partnern aus dem Bereich Komplementärer Währungen und dem öffentlichen Sektor, lief von 2014 bis 2016. Die Ergebnisse und Erfahrungen werden auf dieser Veranstaltung vorgestellt. Mehr Information hier.


Der Vortrag geht aus vom Bankrott des existierenden Geldsystems, und von den Grundlagen zum Verständnis, was eigentlich Geld ist. Auf dieser Basis wird die Vollgeldreform in ihren Inhalten, in der befürwortenden und kritischen Fachdiskussion und in den politischen Aktivitäten zu ihrer Einführung (besonders Schweiz und Island) behandelt. Das deckt sich weitgehend mit jüngsten Darstellungen von Christian Felber.
Da die Vollgeldreform nur ein Schritt in Richtung gemeinwohlorientiertes, nachhaltiges Geldsystem sein kann, werden Überlegungen zu einem stark dezentralen, in die Realwirtschaft integrierten Geldsystem angeschlossen. Auch in einem solchen System muss aber Geld ein knappes Gut bleiben.


Eberhard Umbach
apl. Prof., Dr. phil., Diplom-Volkswirt
Vortrag am 29.09.2016, 18-20 h in Berlin-Mitte, taz-Café, Rudi-Dutschke-Str. 23 (Link: taz-Cafe)

Veranstaltung auf Englisch und Holländisch.

Implementation-experts, local politicians, innovative leaders and leading scientists will elaborate on a variety of community currencies from all over the world: why choose a CC as instrument, what choices were made and what pitfalls where avoided, how does it work in real life and most of all: what are the measurable effects?


More info about this course at: http://www.social-banking.org/certificate/course-201617/


We need to find answers to this question and reflect on the changes needed for a more sustainable and socially responsible finance sector – but opportunities to do this in educational settings are rare.

Therefore we developed this course and set up a partnership between the  Institute for Social Banking, the educational training centre Alanus Werkhaus and Alanus University. All of them have a passion and long experience in education and research for socially responsible finance.

You are:

  • …a professional in banking or finance who wants to acquire and deepen your knowledge and competency in responsible banking practice, and to understand finance as a service to people and the real economy.
  • …a professional who designs and manages processes of dialogue and change.
  • …involved in transformative processes and would like to reflect and discuss monetary aspects of transformation.

You want to:

  • develop and advance self-awareness, values based communication and management capacities in order to manage challenges and change on personal and organisational level
  • deepen knowledge, explore and reflect on the backgrounds, developments and the future of socially responsible banking and finance from multiple perspectives
  • learn about and practice values based dialogue and decision making processes
  • further develop your personal and cultural skills
  • become part of a network of experts/change makers across socially responsible banking and finance


  • 19-23 September 2016Module 1 „Money and Society“  and
  • 20-24 March 2017

    Module 2 „Socially Responsible Management in Banking and Finance“

at the educational training centre Alanus Werkhaus, Johannishof, 53347 Alfter, Germany near Bonn.

For more information and/or registration please get in contact with or

Internationale Konferenz, in Englisher Sprache.

Details und Anmeldung hier: www.budapest.degrowth.orgweiterlesen

This free online course by the University of Cumbria will enable you to understand the past, present and future role of money in society. The 4th cohort starts 21st August 2016 and lasts 4 weeks. This course runs in English only.


The Summer School Alternative Economic and Monetary Systems (Vienna, July 27 – August 14, 2016, 5 ECTS, completely in English) is open to students of all fields and offers alternatives to the processes that are putting strains on our economic and eco-social boundaries. In addition to classic and new concepts from the field of economics, students will also hear presentations from natural and social sciences and discuss the actual leeway for economic and monetary reform.

Between 1970 and 2007 alone, the world saw 425 systemic economic crises, among them 145 sector-wide banking crises. In the light of current political and social events one might start to wonder whether this apparently inherent instability might ever be reduced, even if there is sufficient public intent. Yet, at the same time, the global effects of population growth, resource exploitation and environmental degradation force us to think about long-term change. This leaves the question: What is the actual leeway? If you have been asking yourself how things could be changed and how to contribute, you might be interested in this academic summer program

More information and registration on their website: http://summer-university.net/study-abroad/aems-vienna/

Reports from the last years can be found at www.summer-university.net/study-abroad/aems-vienna/aemsprogram/.

Welche Möglichkeiten bietet das WIR-System? Lässt es sich für GLS-Mitglieder und Kunden weiter entwickeln?
Ein Vortrag von Dr. Hugo Godschalk, Moderation Kathrin Latsch.


Forschungskonferenz zu „Monetary  Institutionalism in the French Speaking World:
Past  Record, Future Prospects  and  International Perspectives“

1-­3  June  2016, Lyon –

Orgnisiert von den Triangle, LEDi,  CLERSE  und IRISSO Forschungs Zentren