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“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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Many of the currencies he suggests simply cannot work. Rather than just blaming somebody—dumb rethibking, greedy corporations, and banksters—Lietaer and Dunne show us the real issue: We live in a world of competition for scarce money with damaging consequences for quality of life.

Mar 25, Stephen rated it it was ok Shelves: Must read for thinking persons. My view is that it represents an attempt to get away from the current paradigm of money. You’ll have many ah-ha moments. Markets have been used in human society for millennia, as has the accumulation of wealth.

This work promises to strike a deep chord with audiences eager to find meaningful, thought-provoking answers. The changes came As the United States struggles and the economies of Europe stagger, we fail to see a way out of this agonizing cycle of repeated financial meltdowns. Strategies for Governments part three: It speaks clearly about a complex subject and promises to strike a deep chord with readers eager to find meaningful solutions to the problems that threaten our security, our prosperity, and our future.

These closed systems of ‘trust’ are just as elitist as government and national currency, disenfranchising those who cannot participate and ostracizing people for their choices. Monetary systems liftaer certainly coercive, but the notion of carbon credits The book is incredibly disappointing compared to Lietaer’s previous work and the far better ‘Debt: Christophe Jospe rated it it was amazing Dec 29, Goodreads helps you keep track of books you want to read.


But there is hope. Follow Bernard Facebook Twitter. This book is tackling a very important subject, and it starts and finishes admirably. Share your thoughts with other customers. To ask other readers questions mmoney Rethinking Moneyplease sign up.

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Rethinking Money | Currency Solutions for a Wiser World

In this visionary book, Bernard Lietaer and Jacqui Dunne explore the origins of our current monetary system—built on bank debt and scarcity—revealing the surprising and sometimes shocking ways its unconscious limitations give rise to so many serious problems. Please try again later. An overly idealistic and poorly thought out book that wants to fix something that is utterly broken and should be destroyed.

Bernard Lietaer has been a leader in the field of money for more than thirty years as a central banker, a fund manager, a university professor, and a consultant.

This shift is brought about, in large part, by simply rethinking money. The book is quite on these issues but then rapidly peters out. Go to the book website: It demystifies a complex and critically important topic and will strike a deep chord with readers eager to find innovative, meaningful solutions that will do far more than restore prosperity—it will provide the framework for an era of sustainable abundance.

It’s all downhill after that, rehashing many of the concepts in his other book and offering mostly ludicrous solutions to the world’s problems. But does it answer to what money is, not what is does, as it promises in the beginning? These systems have the benefit of fethinking 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.

Antonio, Fabio Di Narzo rated refhinking it was amazing Nov 13, Michael rated it it was ok Sep 06, No one produced anything. The tonnes of stories in this book about how various businesses, entrepreneurs, governments, NGOs and local I am convinced that the root cause of almost every disaster, every scarcity, every human cause of misery in this world, is the design of money as it exists rethinkjng.


However, the whole town is now out of debt and looking to the future with a lot more optimism. Amazon Drive Cloud storage from Amazon. Ships from and sold by Ecoliving Books. Without undermining lketaer vilifying all that money presently contributes, they provide a guided tour to an array of actual alternatives like time banking and complementary currencies to create a sustainable, more equitable monetary ecosystem.

He co-designed and implemented the convergence mechanism to the single European currency system the Euro. Guy Dauncey rated it it was amazing Nov 25, Social media theorist, Douglas Rushkoff, often hammers the point “program or be programmed”.

Rethinking Money: How New Currencies Turn Scarcity into Prosperity

Today’s monetary system, as the authors explain, is characterized by a “monopoly of one type of money, in the form of fiat, scarcity-based, interest-bearing national currencies. As the United States struggles and the economies of Europe stagger, we fail to see a way out rethiniing this agonizing cycle of repeated financial meltdowns. The book provides remedies for challenges faced by governments, businesses, nonprofits, local communities, and even banks.

Set up a giveaway. It also covers a sizable range of currency options moneey addition to time banks – from local, to regional, to national and global.

Just like monocultures in agriculture, monocultures in money increase risk. Try the Kindle edition and pietaer these great reading features: When the relationship between the two becomes unbalanced, problems arise.

Get to Know Us. Personally, I’m tired of being programmed. The current system has not served it well, and fortunately, as the authors explain, we can design other systems.