Stefan Brunnhuber is an economist, psychiatrist, a member of the Club of Rome and senator of the European Academy of Sciences. He is the medical director of the Diakonie-Klinik of Intergrative Psychatry in Dresden and Professor for Psychology and Sustainability at the University of Mittweida in Germany. More information and contact details can be found […]

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Philipp Degens is reseacher at the faculty of social sciences at Hamburg university. He studied history, sociology and ehtnology and economics at the Universtiy of Colon. For his doctoral thesis, he researched assigned meaning and use of regional currencies like the Brixton Pound, Stroud Pound (both in the UK) and the Vorarlbergtaler (Austria). Apart from […]

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Jump directly to the following questions covered in this interview: Q 1 – Where does money come from? Q 2 – Is money neutral? Q 3 – Why is money scarce? Q 4 – Can this monetary system work sustainably? Q 5 – Does the financial system need growth? Q 6 – Why are you […]

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Stephanie is a founder and the board president for Mutual Aid Networks, founder and co-director of the Dane County TimeBank, as well a musician and co-owner of Mother Fool’s Coffeehouse, all in Madision, WI, USA. She is also the board treasurer for the Allied Community Coop. Stephanie has a bachelor’s degree in interdisciplinary studies from […]

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Jump directly to the following questions covered in this interview: Q 1 –   How did you start thinking about money? Q 2 –   Is your work on money-systems related to your personal experiences? Q 3 –   What did you expect when you started your research and what do you think about your findings today? Q […]

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Jump directly to the following questions covered in this interview: Q 1 –   How did you start thinking about money? Q 2 –   Is your work on money-systems related to your personal experiences? Q 3 –   What did you expect when you started your research and what do you think about your findings today? Q […]

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Jump directly to the following questions covered in this interview: Q 1 –   How did you start thinking about money? Q 2 –   Is your work on money-systems related to your personal experiences? Q 3 –   What did you expect when you started your research and what do you think about your findings today? Q […]

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Jump directly to the following questions covered in this interview: Q 1 –   How did you start thinking about money? Q 2 –   Is your work on money-systems related to your personal experiences? Q 3 –   What did you expect when you started your research and what do you think about your findings today? Q […]

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Jump directly to the following questions covered in this interview: Q 1 –   How did you start thinking about money? Q 2 –   Is your work on money-systems related to your personal experiences? Q 3 –   What did you expect when you started your research and what do you think about your findings today? Q […]

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Jump directly to the following questions covered in this interview: Q 1 –   How did you start thinking about money? Q 2 –   Is your work on money-systems related to your personal experiences? Q 3 –   What did you expect when you started your research and what do you think about your findings today? Q […]

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