Economic Reform

Money, Systems thinking

Another good article from the NEF (www.neweconomics.org), this time on practical, simple, realistic steps we can take towards economic reform to create a fairer, more stable system.

It breaks down into issues of scale, distance, stability, diversity, value, and participation.

Amongst the nice ideas in here is a sliding scale of regulation so “the smallest and most local institutions enjoying light-touch regulation, to the biggest having the strictest rules and severest controls.”

http://neftriplecrunch.wordpress.com/2008/11/03/paradigm-reclaimed-why-a-finance-system-that%E2%80%99s-fits-for-purpose-must-be-built-on-new-economic-principles/


Ed Dowding

Ed Dowding

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