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Money in an Unequal World

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The focus in this book is the Internet, which the author agrees holds the potential for a re-personalization of economic relations. In this world, new means of exchange could be harnessed to the ends of a truer economic democracy. Money is the problem, but it is also the solution. The author offers his view on the interaction between money, capitalism and culture - now, in the future, and throughout history. This work is designed to challenge established views from all quarters of economic, political and social thought. "The Memory Bank" is money itself - especially now that the exchange of objects through money and the exchange of meanings through language are converging into a single network of communications. Money is becoming information and information is becoming money. In this world, the author reveals how new means of exchange can be harnessed to build a better future.
This copy was a publisher's archive copy, so is as new apart from the stamp Archive Copy on the title page.
The soft back cover is in very good condition, as is the binding. The pages appear clean and unmarked.
Copyright 2001, probably first edition.

Item details

Added value:
possibly FE
Author(s):
Keith Hart
Condition:
As new
Dimensions:
15.3 x 23 x 1.7 cm
Edition:
2001
Format:
Paperback
ISBN-10:
1587990970
ISBN-13:
9781587990977
Number of pages:
341
Publisher:
Texere
Title:
Money in an Unequal World

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The focus in this book is the Internet, which the author agrees holds the potential for a re-personalization of economic relations. In this world, new means of exchange could be harnessed to the ends of a truer economic democracy. Money is the problem, but it is also the solution. The author offers his view on the interaction between money, capitalism and culture - now, in the future, and throughout history. This work is designed to challenge established views from all quarters of economic, political and social thought. "The Memory Bank" is money itself - especially now that the exchange of objects through money and the exchange of meanings through language are converging into a single network of communications. Money is becoming information and information is becoming money. In this world, the author reveals how new means of exchange can be harnessed to build a better future.
This copy was a publisher's archive copy, so is as new apart from the stamp Archive Copy on the title page.
The soft back cover is in very good condition, as is the binding. The pages appear clean and unmarked.
Copyright 2001, probably first edition.

Added value:
possibly FE
Author(s):
Keith Hart
Condition:
As new
Dimensions:
15.3 x 23 x 1.7 cm
Edition:
2001
Format:
Paperback
ISBN-10:
1587990970
ISBN-13:
9781587990977
Number of pages:
341
Publisher:
Texere
Title:
Money in an Unequal World

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