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by Margrit Kennedy

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Author:
Margrit Kennedy
ISBN13:
978-0865717312
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0865717311
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New Society Publishers (October 30, 2012)
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Politics & Government
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Occupy Money: Creating a.has been added to your Basket. In a world drowning in a tsunami of unrepayable debt, Margrit Kennedy's timely book provides a geography of hope for practical new money systems that will ensure the rebuilding of new resilient economies of well-being and happiness. Mark Anielski, Economist and Author, The Economics of Happiness: Building Genuine Wealth.

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Book Format: Choose an option. Margrit Kennedy is the author of the international bestseller Interest and Inflation-Free Money, an outspoken critic of the current global economic system and a renowned advocate of alternative regional and complementary currencies. New Society Publishers.

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Margrit Kennedy is the author of the international bestseller Interest and Inflation-Free Money, an outspoken critic of the current global economic system and a renowned .

Margrit Kennedy is the author of the international bestseller Interest and Inflation-Free Money, an outspoken critic of the current global economic system and a renowned advocate of alternative regional and complementary currencies.

25th November 2016 – Auroville, India. Cr ea ting an Economy where Everybody Wins. Margrit, Kennedy (2012), Occupy Money – Creating an Economy where Everybody Wins, New Society. An easy and quick read well suited for all kinds of readers which will not get anyone bored, confused or lost.

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As a medium of exchange, money is one of the most ingenious inventions of mankind, as it facilitates the trade of goods and services and allows for specialization and the division of labor. However, compound interest and inflation have caused our monetary system to balloon to the point where bailing out banks, large corporations, and even entire countries will not prevent a complete breakdown of the global economy – unless we change the system in fundamental ways.It’s time for a grassroots movement to knock conventional money off its pedestal and replace it with a fresh paradigm that puts people before profits. A guide not only for the 99% but also for the 1%, Occupy Money demonstrates that the creation of a stable and sustainable monetary system will reflect real wealth, rather than the smoke and mirrors of speculative profit, thus providing an alternative to the Age of Austerity. This vision can be realized through such creative initiatives as:• Establishing time banks and complementary currencies geared to specific services such as health and education• Eliminating interest through interest-free loans and “demurrage”, which rewards currency circulation• Re-localizing economies through regional currencies.For many years financial insiders have hidden economic truths by describing them in arcane terms that no layperson can understand. Occupy Money uses clear, simple and concise language to explain how money will serve people instead of people serving money, and in doing so it issues a challenge to the very foundations of conventional economic doctrine. A must-read.Margrit Kennedy is the author of the international bestseller Interest and Inflation-Free Money, an outspoken critic of the current global economic system and a renowned advocate of alternative regional and complementary currencies.
  • This very small book gives the reader a good yet brief portrait of how our current interest-driven money system in the USA is poisoning our culture (increasing wealth inequity, unemployment and debt, not to mention ecological damage stemming from "endless growth"). In addition, she introduces the topic of complementary currencies, used even in communities in some western countries since the Great Depression, and describes their potential for restoring community harmony and more employment. Other, larger books cover this topic (alternative currency possibilities) in more depth, but this is an excellent, informative read in introducing this very powerful topic. My congratulations - and thanks - to the author.

  • Margrit Kennedy has distilled the arguments for why we need variety in money systems and how we can achieve it. Her arguments for why we should build different money systems are compelling and she gives concrete real world examples of alternative money systems. She shows how these systems can co-exist within the mono-culture of "big money". Occupy money is a call for evolution not revolution and this book shows how to achieve it.

    I was fortunate to read 23 Things They Don't Tell You About Capitalism immediately before Occupy Money. The two, easy to read and understand books, complement each other. Occupy Money shows what we can each do about the problems highlighted in Ha-Joon Chang's book.

  • Good that this book brings "money and the interest factor" to the attention of more people. Too bad that there was not more emphasis about "the government" creating the money interest free. Other alternatives divide us and create what we see now - competing alternative currencies . Money trading.

  • Great.

  • An excellent addition to the 'outside the box' thinking emerging thanks to OWS and others, along with Ellen Brown's The Web of Debt and David Graeber's Debt: The First 5,000 Years. Revolutionary works, but we need an economic revolution on a world scale.

  • A important book to construct a promising future. Margrit's writing style is clear and engaging.
    "We're locked worldwide in a kind of intellectual dungeon because we assume that the dominant monetary system is the only possible and proper one" M. Kennedy

  • Powerful and Poignant

  • anyone willing to learn about money system nowadays and why it is wrong shall read it. I have studied economics on one of the best universities, a have read many mainstream economy books and none of them touched the problem as this one.