Monetary reform is a whole subject in itself. It is often hard or impossible to find well qualified and researched contributions to this field. Here we publish scholarly articles, studies and materials for in-depth study on the subjects of sustainable financial economy, complementary money systems and social economy written by our experts as well as from external authors and sources.
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Innovative concepts for community currencies by Anna-Lisa Schmalz, München, 24.07.2013 Towns and communities have an interest in stable local businesses in a stable economy. As well as supporting the local economy, each local authority has of course other social, cultural or ecological goals, which cannot be supported to the desired extent because of a lack […] read more
This handbook has been designed by the New Economics Foundation (NEF), on behalf of the Community Currencies in Action (CCIA) EU Interreg IVB NWE Programme, project, to inspire community currency (CC) organisers and help them gain the most from their currency project by learning more about project evaluation and impact assessment. Getting to grips with […] read more
Local Authorities and Municipalities across Europe are facing unprecedented socio-economic challenges in the context of budget cuts and increasing demand. It is in this challenging environment that Local Authorities and Municipalities are looking for innovative approaches and practical instruments that support them to deliver their core aims and responsibilities. Community Currencies are economic, policy and […] read more
Since the financial crisis, interest in new types of money has surged. Projects like Bitcoin have hit the headlines as communities around the world experiment with their own currencies and methods of exchange. In this new and innovative field, we have only just begun to understand and measure their impact. It is no coincidence that […] read more