Geert Lovink, Nathaniel Tkacz, Patricia de Vries (eds.) (2015) Moneylab Reader. An Intervention in Digital Economy

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Resumen

MoneyLab is part of a global movement that demands the democratization of the design of our financial futures. Audacity is essential in times of crisis. And so we must engage constructively with hackers, entrepreneurs, and other creators who take up the call for economic alternatives. One first step is a map of the present: What works and what doesn’t? What is worth pursuing and what must be left aside? Which histories bear on the present moment? And what are the limits of our economic imagination? The MoneyLab Reader brings developments in crowdfunding, currency design, technologies of payment, and other economic experiments into dialogue. The authors of this volume discuss the implications of the current architecture of global finance, its impact on ever-growing income disparity, and question money and finance as such. It is not always clear, for instance, whether genuine alternatives are unfolding or if we are simply witnessing the creative extension of neoliberalism.

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Fuente

Institute of Network Cultures

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URL: http://networkcultures.org/blog/publication/moneylab-reader-an-intervention-in-digital-economy/

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