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Download The Future of Money: From Financial Crisis to Public Resource PDF eBook

Download The Future of Money: From Financial Crisis to Public Resource PDF eBook

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>>> Download The Future of Money: From Financial Crisis to Public Resource eBook <<<Review This book is timely. Despite our familiarity with money, too little is understood aboutmoney and credit. By shining a light on our money system Mary Mellor does a great service -not just to the general public, but to the economics profession. For too long orthodoxeconomists have had a blind spot for the role of the intangible -- bank money - in the economy.Instead they have tended to focus on the tangible parts of the economy. This book helps to liftthe veil on our money system and by doing so will play a part in democratising that system. --Ann Pettifor, Fellow of the New Economics Foundation, London This book provides analternative perspective and a different and much more progressive way of seeing the entirefinancial crisis. ... This book dares to make the argument that the financial instability and crisesafflicting us today have arisen because the public origins and purposes of money and credit havebeen appropriated for private use by capitalist finance. -- Gary Dymski Professor of EconomicsUniversity of California Riverside, author of 'The Bank Merger Wave' Probably one of the mostimportant books you will read this year. -- Molly Scott Cato, Reader in Green EconomicsCardiff University and author of 'Green Economics' About the Author Mary Mellor is EmeritusProfessor at Northumbria University in Newcastle, where she was founding Chair of theUniversity's Sustainable Cities Research Institute. She has published extensively on alternativeeconomics integrating socialist, feminist and green perspectives. Her books include The Politicsof Money: Towards Sustainability And Economic Democracy (Pluto, 2002).Download The Future of Money: From Financial Crisis to Public Resource eBook - Click HERE!

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