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    This Review is reposted from the IJCCR, 2012 by Kristofer Dittmer Thus a 5 rating for importance, as Dittmer says the book is a valiant attempt at breaking new ground in an important but largely neglected area, and should be appreciated as such But, a 2 for the writing, including the flawed methodology,So, a 3 in the balance As regular readers of this journal IJCCR will be well aware, money stands out among the main institutions of modern societies for the remarkable lack of democratic influence over its nature and management Although monetary democracy is certainly a concern of many complementary currency practitioners and researchers, there are few books, perhaps none, that focus as explicitly on the democratic potential of alternatives to ordinary money as this one The book, published by the controversial VDM Verlag, is based on a master thesis, which in fact is the version that has been facilitated for this review two papers from this book have since been published in IJCCR, volume 15 2011 Jones theorizes social control over monet...


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    Please note that the pdf manuscript of this book is freely available on Academia.Edu, as well as via ILL from the British Library system I wrote this book as a contribution to the literature of Community based Currencies, in the hope that a new methodology would help determining how democratic a currency institution was The theory is that in a d...


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