A tale of two currencies: the euro and Argentinian peso compared

Keith Hart posteó recientemente en su blog The Memory Bank un ensayo de 2002 que compara el comienzo del Euro y la crisis monetaria en Argentina de principios del 2000. De posible interés para los lectores de este blog: acá.

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  • Keith Hart  On June 27, 2013 at 12:50 pm

    The article Jose posted was written for an anthropology magazine in January 2002. At the time I was keen on promoting community currencies and working closely with Michael Linton who invented LETS in the early 1980s.

    On June 19th in The Hague, I gave a keynote address for the Second International Complementary Currencies conference at The Hague, “Money in the making of a human economy: beyond national capitalism” which was far less bullish on CCs. It represents a sort of synthesis of my latest thinking on these questions.

    http://thememorybank.co.uk/2013/06/18/money-in-the-making-of-a-human-economy-beyond-national-capitalism/

  • joseossandon  On June 28, 2013 at 2:18 pm

    Many thanks Keith!

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