Join the Crazy Townies as they swap stories around the virtual fire about spending virtual money in the virtual world. And get advice on how to do the opposite from Nate Hagens, expert on energy, ecological economics, and finance.
Building societies aren’t well-known for their radicalism, yet the sector’s origins lie in a movement of citizens co-operating to extend the ownership of property and, by implication, the vote.
With Jim Rickards author of The Death of Money: The Coming Collapse of the International Monetary System, and behavioral economist Colin Camerer.
Once money becomes primary value rather than a marker of value, it’s almost automatic that money will further dissociate our values and alter our perceptions. We don’t see the hungry person, we see the poor person—and the response is very different.