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Monedas Complementarias como una Herramienta para Promover Desarrollos Sustentables


  • Yasuyuki Hirota

    () (Ritsumeikan Asia Pacific University - Ritsumeikan Asia Pacific University)


Se encuentran cada vez más sistemas de moneda complementaria, un medio paralelo de intercambio para permitirle a la sociedad civil más control sobre las actividades económicas y desarrollos sustentables. Este artículo comenzará con algunos fallos de nuestro sistema monetario actual, seguidos por algunas prácticas de monedas complementarias que demuestran cómo se logra este fin.

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  • Yasuyuki Hirota, 2008. "Monedas Complementarias como una Herramienta para Promover Desarrollos Sustentables," Post-Print halshs-00316827, HAL.
  • Handle: RePEc:hal:journl:halshs-00316827
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    Economia social y solidaria; monedas sociales; Economie sociale et solidaire; monnaies sociales;

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