Stephen Hinton form the Foundation was invited to address the Baltic Sea Action group on the opportunities to drive the circular economy using fiscal instruments. The main thread [..]
There is some debate about the role of energy in the economy. Many economists say that it is demand that fuels economic growth. But Robert Ayres says otherwise. [..]
Download the full paper here Important empirical research done by Professor Richard Werner shows how banks create money.
Professor Werner calls on Universities to look more into the role of local banks and the role of banks in general in the economy. In this speech [..]
An article newly published in the New Statesman points out something that is clear to economists: a national economy is not the same as a household economy. Politicians [..]
This slide pack, using water and bathtub analogies, explains the money system.
How Flexible Emissions Fees Can Drive Transition to Fossil-free and Sustainable Living VERSION 4.02 Stephen Hinton Anders Höglund Published online 17 June 2013 Download earlier, free version [..]
Sustainable Economic Growth with pollution fees from Stephen Hinton This presentation is a longer version of the one prepared for a presentation at the Swedish Agency of Economic [..]
In an article in The Times of Trenton, Ellie Whitney, Ph.D., points out that A Carbon fee would put the brakes on global warming before it’s too late [..]
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