Complementing our work on monetary and financial reforms we are also the UK's leading institute in theory and practice of complementary currencies. These community-led, bottom-up exchange systems stimulate more vibrant, equitable and sustainable economies locally. We researched and worked with LETS, timebanking, the Brixton and Bristol Pounds and support innovation and implementations of currency initiatives in the EU-Interreg project Community Currencies in Action.
Steven Hail's presentation on modern money and the "budget emergency". Steven Hail describes why the budget emergency is untrue, and provides insights into modern monetary theory and the possibility of a "job guarantee." #auspol
How Finland's Exciting Basic Income Experiment Will Work--And What We Can Learn From It This is the future, because in coming decades robots will take over almost every job. So, we either have a universal basic income, or we have roaming mobs of starving people in the streets.