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by Mary Mellor

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ISBN:
0745329950
Author:
Mary Mellor
Category:
Politics & Government
Language:
English
Publisher:
Pluto Press (June 9, 2010)
Pages:
208 pages
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Mary Mellor's book makes a strong case for the opposite conclusion.

Mary Mellor's book makes a strong case for the opposite conclusion. According to Mellor, one of the reasons why the financial meltdown came as a surprise was that governments and central banks became oblivious of the social and political base of money.

The Future of Money - Mary Mellor. From Financial Crisis to Public Resource. First published 2010 by Pluto Press. 345 Archway Road, London N6 5AA and. 175 Fifth Avenue, New York, NY 10010. British Library Cataloguing in Publication Data. ISBN 978 0 6 Hardback. ISBN 978 0 9 Paperback.

Author: Mellor, Mary; Format: Book, Online; 1 online resource (viii, 197 pages. The future of money : from financial crisis to public resource. London ; New York : New York : Pluto Press ; Distributed in the United States of America exclusively by Palgrave Macmillan. The future of money : from financial crisis to public resource, Mary Mellor Pluto Press ; Distributed in the United States of America exclusively by Palgrave Macmillan London ; New York : New York 2010. Australian/Harvard Citation.

Book Overview Mary Mellor explores the history of money and modern banking, showing ho. .

As the recent financial crisis has revealed, the state is central to the stability of the money system, as privately-owned banks reap benefits without shouldering risks.

The Future of Money : From Financial Crisis to Public Resource. By (author) Mary Mellor. Free delivery worldwide. As the recent financial crisis has revealed, the state is central to the stability of the money system, while the chaotic privately-owned banks reap the benefits without shouldering the risks.

It is an essential resource for those working in critical international relations theory and for undergraduate and graduate courses on Internal Relations theory.

June 2019 · Academy of Management Learning and Education, The. Gavin M. Schwarz. August 2014 · Work Employment & Society. It is an essential resource for those working in critical international relations theory and for undergraduate and graduate courses on Internal Relations theory.

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Mary Mellor "is Emeritus Professor in the School of Arts and Social Sciences at Northumbria University in Newcastle. She was born in Cornwall and studied at the universities of Salford (undergraduate programme in social science) and Newcastle (PhD study of the British Co-operative movement). Her academic career has been spent at Newcastle University and Northumbria University. Her most recent books are The Future of Money: From Financial Crisis to Public Resource (Pluto 2010) and The Politics of Money: Towards Sustainability And Economic Democracy (Pluto 2002 with Frances Hutchinson and Wendy Olsen) Feminism and Ecology (Polity 1997).

As the recent financial crisis has revealed, the state is central to the stability of the money system, while the chaotic privately-owned banks reap the benefits without shouldering the risks. This book argues that money is a public resource that has been hijacked by capitalism.

Mary Mellor explores the history of money and modern banking, showing how finance capital has captured bank-created money to enhance speculative leveraged profits as well as destroying collective approaches to economic life. Meanwhile, most individuals, and the public economy, have been mired in debt. To correct this obvious injustice, Mellor proposes a public and democratic future for money. Ways are put forward for structuring the money and banking system to provision societies on an equitable, ecologically sustainable sufficiency basis.

This fascinating study of money should be read by all economics students looking for an original analysis of the economy during the current crisis.