“Bernard Lietaer and Jacqui Dunne’s clear and potent voice tells the story of our “Rethinking Money does a brilliant job of eradicating the concepts and stories. Bernard Lietaer and Jacqui Dunne argue that our monetary system is antiquated and that a new system of complimentary currencies could help improve the. The book I mentioned last week, Rethinking Money: How New Bernard Lietaer and Jacqui Dunne, are not condemning money as such.
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To see what your friends thought of this book, please sign up. You’ll have many ah-ha moments. The book provides remedies for challenges faced by governments, businesses, nonprofits, local communities, and even banks. This work promises to strike a deep chord with audiences eager to find meaningful, thought-provoking answers.
Rethinking Money: How New Currencies Turn Scarcity into Prosperity by Bernard A. Lietaer
Money is causing so many unwanted and theoretically unnecessary issues in the ability for us to thrive. Page 1 of 1 Start over Page 1 of 1. These systems have the benefit of not being based on scarcity and comp I would rate the book lower than five if I took off stars for over-enthusiasm and too many stories about the topic.
Ships from and sold by Amazon. Jacqui Dunne is an award-winning journalist and founder of Danu Resources, an emerging leader in helping entrepreneurs develop technologies and initiatives that restore the earth. I’m glad I read it, but I still need a lot more information on the topic!
For instance, currencies have been designed to strengthen local economies, create work, beautify a city, and provide health care. Social media theorist, Douglas Rushkoff, often hammers the point “program or be programmed”. Learn more about Amazon Prime.
The question is that, despite having a really useful analysis, what we really need are some policy prescriptions upon which action can be based. This is a brilliant analysis of our current monetary system and its pitfalls. This is a brilliant analysis of our current monetary system and its pitfalls. Trivia About Rethinking Money Take your time and read every single word in every single chapter.
Rethinking Money: How New Currencies Turn Scarcity into Prosperity
Lists with This Book. I definitely recommend this book to anyone, but for people with a social conscience it is practically a must-read.
Amazon Advertising Find, attract, and engage customers. Liefaer importantly, the authors strategize the way forward with solutions that not only rethink money but revalue human beings, long-term planning, and our planet.
mony Get to Know Us. No one earned anything. An Expensive Tuition Chapter rethinkong These items are shipped from and sold by different sellers. He co-designed and implemented the convergence mechanism to the single European currency system the Euro. While nontraditional currencies may well serve some productive functions, this book dramatically oversells their potential. But, what makes it so important is that it describes monetary systems that are operating either in other countries or right under our noses.
Jan 31, Bernatd rated it liked it. But there is hope. Start reading Rethinking Money on your Kindle in under a minute. Of particular note is the distinction between the present use of money medium of exchange and unit of account and the future use of money store of wealth and standard for deferred payments.
The book’s editing was also a bit careless. Forget about engineering technological solutions to ease people’s lives, the solution is to engineer money, rethink the very basic tenets of economics.
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Bernard Lietaer has studied and worked in the field of money for more than 30 years as a Central Banker, a fund manager, a university professor, and a consultant to governments, multinational corporations, and community organizations. Read this joney and find out how simply changing our money system will lead to a more sustainable and peaceful society. This is a must-read for anyone who wants to be part of the timely conversation on how to move forward to create the just, sustainable, and equitable brenard we all desire.
Bernard Lietaer and Jacqui Dunne explain the origins of our current monetary system—built on bank debt and based on scarcity—and how its inherent limitations drive our ongoing social, economic, and ecological debacles.