Corporate and Social Transformation of Money and Banking: by Simon Mouatt, Carl Adams

By Simon Mouatt, Carl Adams

Because the actual economic climate is more and more digitalized, banking lags in the back of. it's hence now not good positioned to aid the hot economic system. The ebook offers a few standpoint at the adjustments occurring, picking out the systemic weaknesses within the conventional monetary infrastructure, and offering a few radical rethinking to deal with systemic monetary instability.

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This is due to the ability of complementary currencies to catalyse business processes and individual efforts that are too small or inefficient to compete for national currencies in a global market place (Cahn 2004). In short, both in the commercial and the social domains, the monopoly of conventional money as medium of exchange has already technically died without most people taking notice. But most of this has been happening on too marginal a scale to make policy makers aware of the potential of such tools to address the huge breakdowns that we know we will have to face in the 21st century.

3 The Window of Viability: The window is where all sustainable natural ecosystems operate. Complex natural ecosystems invariably operate within a specific range on each side of the Optimum point. 36 Monetary Monopoly as Structural Cause for Systemic Financial Instability? The point being made here is truly profound and has wide-reaching implications for all complex systems, natural or human-made. Placing too much emphasis on efficiency tends to automatically maximize flows, size and consolidation at the expense of choice, connectivity and resilience until the entire system becomes unstable and collapses.

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