Is Our Monetary Structure a Systemic Cause for Financial Instability?

June 29, 2017

 

Sustainability curve:
mapped between the two polarities of efficiency and resilience.

Nature selects not for a maximum of efficiency,
but for an optimal balance between these two requirements.

Notice that resilience is roughly two times more important
than efficiency at the optimum.

 

 

 

 

 

A possible solution to avoid or overcome an systematic financial collapse:

>> Implementation of more Diverse Complementary Currencies, which increases diversity, while reducing Efficiency and help to drive towards greater Resilience <<

 

 

 

see more@ www.lietaer.com

 

Source:

> Journal of Futures StudiesSpecial Issue on the Financial Crisis (April 2010) <

 

Authors:

Prof. Bernard Lietaer

Center for Sustainable Resources, University of California, 101 Giannini Hall, Berkeley, CA 94720-3100 USA (blietaer@earthlink.net)

Prof. Robert E. Ulanowicz

University of Maryland Center for Environmental Science, Chesapeake Biological Laboratory, Solomons, MD 20688-0038 USA (ulan@cbl.umces.edu)

Dr. Sally J. Goerner

Integral Science Institute, 374 Wesley Ct, Chapel Hill, NC 27516 USA (sgoerner@mindspring.com)

Nadia McLaren

Union International Associations (UIA), 40 rue Washington, B-1050 Brussels, Belgium Global Action Plan (GAP) International, Brovägen 9, SE-182 76, Stocksund, Sweden (nadia.mclaren@gmail.com)

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