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Community currency systems: Basic income, credit clearing, and reserve-backed. Models and design principles

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  • Criscione, Teodoro
  • Guterman, Eve
  • Avanzo, Sowuelu
  • Linares, Julio

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This paper briefly introduces models and basic design principles of community currency systems from economic and network analytical perspectives. Policymakers, grassroots organizations, and activists can find in this paper the necessary analytical and practical tools to start and enhance their own community currency projects.

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  • Criscione, Teodoro & Guterman, Eve & Avanzo, Sowuelu & Linares, Julio, 2022. "Community currency systems: Basic income, credit clearing, and reserve-backed. Models and design principles," FRIBIS Discussion Paper Series 04-2022, University of Freiburg, Freiburg Institute for Basic Income Studies (FRIBIS).
  • Handle: RePEc:zbw:fribis:042022
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    1. Georgina M. Gómez & Paolo Dini, 2016. "Making sense of a crank case: monetary diversity in Argentina (1999–2003)," Cambridge Journal of Economics, Oxford University Press, vol. 40(5), pages 1421-1437.
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    community currency systems; complementary currency systems; basic income; monetary innovation; economic network analysis; circulation analysis; currency analysis; currency systems;
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