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Date of Publication: July 27
Year of Publication: 2022
Publisher: The Great Simplification
Author(s): Nate Hagens
On this episode we meet with ecological economist and Professor in Community Development & Applied Economics and Public Administration, Josh Farley.
Money. What is it? Where does it come from? How is it created? How is it tethered to our biophysical balance sheet? What is on the horizon with our monetary system? How might we create and use money differently in the future during a source and sink contained system? Josh Farley explains it all – and explains how the links between money, energy, and the economy will become more central in our lives.
Click here to listen to Josh and Nate’s first conversation on cooperation/competition.
About Josh Farley:
Josh Farley is an ecological economist and Professor in Community Development & Applied Economics and Public Administration at the University of Vermont. He is the President of the International Society for Ecological Economics.
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