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The Resource Sustainable society : making business, government and money work again, Rudolf Isler ; translated by Matthew Barton

Sustainable society : making business, government and money work again, Rudolf Isler ; translated by Matthew Barton

Label
Sustainable society : making business, government and money work again
Title
Sustainable society
Title remainder
making business, government and money work again
Statement of responsibility
Rudolf Isler ; translated by Matthew Barton
Creator
Contributor
Author
Translator
Subject
Language
  • eng
  • ger
  • eng
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Isler, Rudolf
Dewey number
330.94
Index
index present
Literary form
non fiction
Nature of contents
bibliography
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1954-
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Barton, Matthew
http://library.link/vocab/subjectName
  • Sustainable development
  • Global Financial Crisis, 2008-2009
  • Europe
  • Europe
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Sustainable society : making business, government and money work again, Rudolf Isler ; translated by Matthew Barton
Instantiates
Publication
Note
  • Translated from the German
  • Originally published as: Nachhaltigkeit?! Wege aus der Krise durch freie Initiativen. Dornach : Goetheanum, 2013
Bibliography note
Includes bibliographical references and index
Carrier category
volume
Content category
text
Contents
  • Machine generated contents note: 1.Money Created in the Economy -- 1.1.Money's obscure origins -- 1.2.Centrally imposed money -- 1.3.The three types of money -- 1.4.Money creation today -- 1.5.The security of money created by banks -- 1.6.Complementary currencies -- 1.7.Money as clearing system -- 1.8.Ageing money -- 1.9.Interest -- a good thing or not? -- 1.10.Can new money be created as loan money? -- 1.11.The value of money -- 1.12.Money supply and coverage -- 1.13.Reforms -- 2.Labour and Income -- 2.1.Practical experiences -- 2.2.Separating labour and income -- 2.3.An `earnings' or a `needs' economy? -- 2.4.Production factors and products -- 2.5.Limits of the market economy -- 2.6.Labour law -- 2.7.Overcoming the labour market -- 2.8.Changes in accounting -- 2.9.Profit distribution -- 2.10.Industry-wide measures through associations -- 2.11.The role of law and state in determining income -- 2.12.A living threefold order -- 2.13.Giving gifts and its importance in economics --
  • Contents note continued: 3.The Administration of Land by the Cultural Sphere -- 3.1.Initiatives for a new form of land holding -- 3.2.Remer and Barkhoff as pioneers -- 3.3.Administering cultural life -- 3.4.`Land must be tied to an idea' -- 3.5.Land in public use -- 3.6.The economic value of land -- 3.7.Non-monetary values -- 3.8.Reform ideas in the nineteenth century -- 3.9.Did anyone understand Rudolf Steiner? -- 3.10.Redemption of land with usage fees -- 3.11.Ground rent in the distribution of economic return -- 4.Capital and the Means of Production -- 4.1.Natural and legal persons -- 4.2.Administration of capital by the cultural sphere -- 4.3.Acknowledging entrepreneurial initiative in cultural life -- 4.4.The productive value of fixed assets -- 4.5.Distinguishing two types of ownership -- 5.Sustainability and the Polarity of Agriculture and Industry -- 5.1.Balancing resources -- 5.2.How important is agriculture? -- 5.3.Price speculation with our daily bread --
  • Contents note continued: 5.4.`The greatest problem we face today' -- 5.5.Primary production without replacement nutrients -- 5.6.Organism and individuality -- 5.7.Competition and self-sufficiency -- 5.8.Associations between industry and agriculture -- 6.The Endeavour of Social Threefolding -- 6.1.The importance of threefolding today -- 6.2.An individual's autonomy -- 6.3.Freedom and co-determination -- 6.4.Do people first have to acquire social skills? -- 6.5.`I'm speaking of social impulses!' -- 6.6.Threefolding, not division into three -- 7.The Further Development of Democracy -- 7.1.Two concepts in a single word -- 7.2.Further development of the law -- 7.3.Threefolding as the basis for democracy -- 7.4.The economic aspect of the state -- 8.Economics and Law in the School Curriculum -- 8.1.Overcoming dogmas -- 8.2.The child's path into economic life -- 8.3.Money as bookkeeping -- 8.4.Work experience in industry and agriculture
Control code
000054116236
Dimensions
22 cm.
Extent
221 pages
Isbn
9781782501336
Isbn Type
(paperback) :
Label
Sustainable society : making business, government and money work again, Rudolf Isler ; translated by Matthew Barton
Publication
Note
  • Translated from the German
  • Originally published as: Nachhaltigkeit?! Wege aus der Krise durch freie Initiativen. Dornach : Goetheanum, 2013
Bibliography note
Includes bibliographical references and index
Carrier category
volume
Content category
text
Contents
  • Machine generated contents note: 1.Money Created in the Economy -- 1.1.Money's obscure origins -- 1.2.Centrally imposed money -- 1.3.The three types of money -- 1.4.Money creation today -- 1.5.The security of money created by banks -- 1.6.Complementary currencies -- 1.7.Money as clearing system -- 1.8.Ageing money -- 1.9.Interest -- a good thing or not? -- 1.10.Can new money be created as loan money? -- 1.11.The value of money -- 1.12.Money supply and coverage -- 1.13.Reforms -- 2.Labour and Income -- 2.1.Practical experiences -- 2.2.Separating labour and income -- 2.3.An `earnings' or a `needs' economy? -- 2.4.Production factors and products -- 2.5.Limits of the market economy -- 2.6.Labour law -- 2.7.Overcoming the labour market -- 2.8.Changes in accounting -- 2.9.Profit distribution -- 2.10.Industry-wide measures through associations -- 2.11.The role of law and state in determining income -- 2.12.A living threefold order -- 2.13.Giving gifts and its importance in economics --
  • Contents note continued: 3.The Administration of Land by the Cultural Sphere -- 3.1.Initiatives for a new form of land holding -- 3.2.Remer and Barkhoff as pioneers -- 3.3.Administering cultural life -- 3.4.`Land must be tied to an idea' -- 3.5.Land in public use -- 3.6.The economic value of land -- 3.7.Non-monetary values -- 3.8.Reform ideas in the nineteenth century -- 3.9.Did anyone understand Rudolf Steiner? -- 3.10.Redemption of land with usage fees -- 3.11.Ground rent in the distribution of economic return -- 4.Capital and the Means of Production -- 4.1.Natural and legal persons -- 4.2.Administration of capital by the cultural sphere -- 4.3.Acknowledging entrepreneurial initiative in cultural life -- 4.4.The productive value of fixed assets -- 4.5.Distinguishing two types of ownership -- 5.Sustainability and the Polarity of Agriculture and Industry -- 5.1.Balancing resources -- 5.2.How important is agriculture? -- 5.3.Price speculation with our daily bread --
  • Contents note continued: 5.4.`The greatest problem we face today' -- 5.5.Primary production without replacement nutrients -- 5.6.Organism and individuality -- 5.7.Competition and self-sufficiency -- 5.8.Associations between industry and agriculture -- 6.The Endeavour of Social Threefolding -- 6.1.The importance of threefolding today -- 6.2.An individual's autonomy -- 6.3.Freedom and co-determination -- 6.4.Do people first have to acquire social skills? -- 6.5.`I'm speaking of social impulses!' -- 6.6.Threefolding, not division into three -- 7.The Further Development of Democracy -- 7.1.Two concepts in a single word -- 7.2.Further development of the law -- 7.3.Threefolding as the basis for democracy -- 7.4.The economic aspect of the state -- 8.Economics and Law in the School Curriculum -- 8.1.Overcoming dogmas -- 8.2.The child's path into economic life -- 8.3.Money as bookkeeping -- 8.4.Work experience in industry and agriculture
Control code
000054116236
Dimensions
22 cm.
Extent
221 pages
Isbn
9781782501336
Isbn Type
(paperback) :

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