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Title Corporate and social transformation of money and banking [electronic resource] ; Breaking the serfdom / Edited by Simon Mouatt, Carl Adams.

Published Basingstoke, Palgrave Macmillan, 2010.

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Physical description 264 p. : 12 figures, 4.
Series Palgrave Macmillan studies in banking and financial institutions
Notes Electronic book text.
Epublication based on: 9780230275942, 2010.
Contents Introduction-- C.Adams & S.Mouatt PART ONE: THEORY Monetary Monopoly as Structural Cause for Systemic Financial Instability?-- B.Lietaer Marx's Big Idea-- N.Potts When is a Financial Crisis not a Financial Crisis?-- N.Potts The Dissolution of the Financial State-- S.Mouatt The Corporate Subjugation of Money and Banking-- S.Mouatt PART TWO: THE EVIDENCE The Emergence of Non-Banks: E-Commerce Driven Competition in the Financial Sector-- C.Adams Changing Payment Systems-- C.Adams Ascendant Corporate Monies: Electronic Money in an Electronic World-- C.Adams Complementary Currencies at Work-- B.Lietaer PART THREE: THE FUTURE Towards an Ecology of Complementary Currencies-- B.Lietaer The State-Issue of Currency without Usury-- P.Challen, S.Mouatt & R.Shakespeare The Future: Competition from the Technology Arena-- C.Adams A Complementary and Competitive Monetary System for the Future?-- C.Adams & S.Mouatt.
File type Document
Summary As the real economy is increasingly digitalized, banking lags behind. It is thus not well placed to support the new economy. The book provides some perspective on the changes taking place, identifying the systemic weaknesses in the traditional financial infrastructure, and proposing some radical rethinking to address systemic financial instability. The mono-financial system of the traditional banking sector has become increasing 'divorced' from the real economy, but equally the real economy has evolved to something new that is not well served by the traditional banking sector mindset. This book provides new insights into the dynamics taking place in the financial system. We are in the throws of a 6th Kondratieff cycle, or Information Revolution, which similar to the Industrial Revolution, is changing fundamental physical and social structures in society. This book provides complementary theoretical bases (from Marx to Hayek) for examining the changes, along with empirical examples, and identifies how the serfdom to the mono-financial system can be broken within the Information Revolution. Activity by a range of non-banks, including technological, social and corporate entities is well placed to provide real competition to the banking sector.
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History notes SIMON MOUATT is Senior Lecturer in Economics at Southampton Solent University, UK. His research focuses on the notion of the erosion of state (financial) sovereignty, and general transformation of the capitalist credit system, from a Marxian perspective. He is interested in all aspects of monetary theory, and the functioning of the capitalist financial system per se. CARL ADAMS is Principal Lecturer and Research Degrees Co-ordinator in the School of Computing at the University of Portsmouth, UK. His research focuses on mobile information systems, innovation cycles, open-global sourcing and the impact of new technology on society.
Other author Mouatt, Simon.
Adams, Carl.
Subject Corporate finance.
Economic & financial crises & disasters.
Banking.
Finance and Accounting.
ISBN 9780230298972 : £76.38
0230298974 : £76.38