Professor Jem Bendell

Notes from a strategist & educator on social & organisational change, now focused on #DeepAdaptation

Job Creation Without Austerity or Debt

Posted by jembendell on May 21, 2012

In the face of financial crisis and mass unemployment, do you believe we have to choose between either austerity or debt-funded economic growth? Its a false choice, based on false assumptions. My video-keynote at a forthcoming conference in Denmark, explains how we can achieve job creation without austerity or more debt, by redesigning our monetary systems.

If you are near Denmark, go join the conversation at Rebuild21.

Want to learn more? Access more materials.

5 Responses to “Job Creation Without Austerity or Debt”

  1. Reblogged this on Politics of the Future and commented:
    This video must spread all over the world ! We have to reform our monetary system !

  2. Hi, I’ve been researching about local currencies and monetary reform for the past one year or so. But thanks to this video, I wish to start a local currency around where i live. I want to know who would control the issue of a local currency, and how the currency can be issued. Thanks for the video, and I’m eagerly following this blog. Great work!

  3. I hope this works for you:

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  5. Toby said

    Your article is very useful and have good knowledge able content.

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