This is a list with bibliographic additions to the extensive bibliography, alphabetized and categorized under Academic Sources, MMT Issue, Advocacy, Supporting Studies, Articles, Videos and Background Studies.
For additions contact the editor.
Allen, William R. 1993. “Irving Fisher and the 100 Percent Reserve Proposal“. The Journal of Law and Economics, 36/2: 703-717.
Angell, James W. 1935. “The 100% Reserve Plan.” Quarterly Journal of Economics, 1/1 (Nov 1935): 1-35.
Becklumb, Penny & Frigon, Mathieu. 2015. How the Bank of Canada Creates Money for the Federal Government: Operational and Legal Aspects (In Brief). Ottowa, Canada: Library of Parliament. 10 Aug 2015.
Bezemer, D. & Ryan-Collins & J., van Lerven, F. & Zhang, L. 2018. “Credit Where It’s Due: A Historical, Theoretical and Empirical Review of Credit Guidance Policies in the 20th Century“. UCL Institute for Innovation and Public Purpose Working Paper Series, No. 2018-11.
Bjerg, Ole. 2017. “Designing New Money: The Policy Trilemma of Central Bank Digital Currency.” Copenhagen Business School. Working Paper, June 2017
Chick, Victoria. 1993. “The Evolution of the Banking System and the Theory of Monetary Policy”. In Frowen, S.F. (Ed.), Monetary Theory and Monetary Policy: New Tracks for the 1990s, London: Macmillan, 79–92.
Demeulemeester, Samuel. 2018. “The 100% Money Proposal and its Implications for Banking: The Currie–Fisher Approach versus the Chicago Plan Approach“. The European Journal of the History of Economic Thought, 25/2: 357-387.
Desan, Christine. 2010. “Coin Reconsidered: The Political Alchemy of Commodity Money“. Theoretical Inquiries in Law, 11/1 ( Article 13: 361-409.
Desan, Christine. 2019. “Money Creation by the Federal Reserve: A Note on the Basics of Legal Authority”.
Dimand, Robert W. 1993. “100 Percent Money: Irving Fisher and Banking Reform in the 1930s”. History of Economic Ideas: 59-76.
Di Muzio, Tim. 2015. The 1% and the Rest of Us: A Political Economy of Dominant Ownership. Zed Books Ltd. (Amazon)
DiMuzio, Tim, and Richard Robbins. 2020. “Capitalized Money, Austerity and the Math of Capitalism“. Current Sociology, 68/2: 149–168.
Dow, Sheila C. 2006. “Endogenous Money: Structuralist”. In: Arestis, Phillip & Sawyer, Malcolm (Eds.), A Handbook of Alternative Monetary Economics, Cheltenham, UK & Brookfield, USA: Edward Elgar, 35-51.
Evans, Trevor. 1997. “Marxian Theories of Credit Money and Capital”. International Journal of Political Economy, 27/1: 7-42.
Frame, Iain. 2012. “Country Rag Merchants” and “Octopus Tentacles”: An Analysis of Law’s Contribution to the Creation of Money in England and Wales, 1790-1844. Thesis, Harvard Law School.
Frame, Iain. 2015. “‘Country Rag Merchants’ and English Local Currencies in the Late Eighteenth and Early Nineteenth Century“. Journal of Law and Society, 42/4: 588-610.
Frame, Iain. 2020. “Between the ‘Bank Screw’ and ‘Affording Assistance’. Rules, Standards, and the Bank Charter Act of 1844.” The Modern Law Review, 83/1: 64-90.
Goodhart, Charles & Hudson, Michael. 2018. “Could/should jubilee debt cancellations be reintroduced today?” Discussion Paper DP12605. London: Centre for Economic Policy Research.
Hockett, Robert C. & Omarova, Saule. 2015. “Public Actors in Private Markets: Toward a Developmental Finance State.” Washington University Law Review, 93: 103-175.
Hockett, Robert C. & Omarova, Saule. 2016. “Challenging the Financial Intermediation Myth“. The CLS Blue Sky Blog, 17 Oct 2016.
Hockett, Robert C. & Omarova, Saule. 2017. “The Finance Franchise“. Cornell Law Review, 102: 1143-1218.
Howells, Peter. 2006. “The Endogeneity of Money: Empirical Evidence“. In: Arestis, Philip, & Malcolm C. Sawyer (Eds.), A Handbook of Alternative Monetary Economics. Cheltenham, UK & Brookfield, USA: Edward Elgar Publishing. 52-68.
Hudson, Michael. 1994. “The Archaeology of Collapse: A 4000 Year Perspective” with Fred Harrison, in A Philosophy for a Fair Society. London: Shepheard-Walwyn, 7-31.
Hudson, Michael. 1998. “Land Monopolization, Fiscal Crises and Clean Slate ‘Jubilee’ Proclamations in Antiquity”. In A Philosophy for a Fair Society: 33-79. Also in Robert C. Hunt and Antonio Gilman (Eds.), Property in Economic Context. University Press of America, Monographs in Economic Anthropology, 14: 139-169.
Hudson, Michael. 1998. “Land Taxation in Mesopotamia and Classical Antiquity”. In Robert Andelson (Ed.), Land-Value Taxation Around the World. New York: Robert Schalkenbach, 17-35.
Hudson, Michael. 1999. “The Economic Roots of the Jubilee”. Bible Review, (15 Feb 1999): 26-33, 44.
Hudson, Michael. 1999. “Just how did ancient bureaucrats set their interest rates?” Archaeological Odyssey, 2 (July/Aug 1999): 6-7.
Hudson, Michael. 1999. “From Sacred Enclave to Temple to City”. In Hudson, Michael. & Levine, Baruch (Eds.), Urbanization and Land Ownership in the Ancient Near East. Cambridge, MA: Peabody Museum Harvard, 117-191.
Hudson, Michael. 2003. “The Cartalist / Monetarist Debate in Historical Perspective”. In Edward Nell and Stephanie Bell (Eds.). The State, The Market and The Euro. Cheltenham: Edward Elgar, 39-76.
Hudson, Michael. 2004. “The Development of Money-of-Account in Sumer’s Temples”. In Michael Hudson and Cornelia Wunsch (Eds.), Creating Economic Order: Record-Keeping, Standardization and the Development of Accounting in the Ancient Near East. Bethesda, MD: CDL Press. 303-329.
Hudson, Michael. 2004. “The Archaeology of Money in Light of Mesopotamian Records”. In L. Randall Wray (Ed.), Credit and State Theories of Money: The Contributions of A. Mitchell Innes, Cheltenham: Edward Elgar.
Hudson, Michael. 2009 (1992). Trade, Development and Foreign Debt. Dresden, Germany: ISLET Press.
Hudson, Michael. 2010. America’s Protectionist Takeoff, 1815-1914: The Neglected American School of Political Economy. Dresden, Germany: ISLET Press.
Hudson, Michael. 2012. Finance Capitalism and its Discontents: Interviews and Speeches, 2003-2012. Dresden, Germany: ISLET Press
Hudson, Michael. 2014. The Bubble and Beyond: Fictitious Capital, Debt Deflation and Global Crisis. Dresden, Germany: ISLET Press
Hudson, Michael. 2015. Killing The Host: How Financial Parasites And Debt Bondage Destroy The Global Economy. Dresden, Germany: ISLET Press.
Hudson, Michael. 2017. J Is For Junk Economics: A Guide To Reality In An Age Of Deception. Dresden, Germany: ISLET Press.
Hudson, Michael. 2018. …and forgive them their debts: Lending, Foreclosure and Redemption From Bronze Age Finance to the Jubilee Year. Dresden, Germany: ISLET Press.
Hudson, Michael. & Levine, Baruch (Eds.). 1999. Urbanization and Land Ownership in the Ancient Near East. Cambridge, MS: Peabody Museum Harvard.
Hudson, Michael & Marc Van De Mieroop (Eds.). 2002. Debt and Economic Renewal in the Ancient Near East. Bethesda, MD: CDL Press.
Jackson, T. & Victor, P. 2015. “Credit Creation and the ‘Growth Imperative’ – A Quasistationary Economy with Debt-Based Money“. PASSAGE Working Paper 15/01. Guildford: University of Surrey.
Kelton, Stephanie & Nell, Edward (Eds.). 2003. The State, the Market, and the Euro: Chartalism Versus Metallism in the Theory of Money. Cheltenham: Edward Elgar.
McMillan, Jonathan. 2015. The End of Banking: Money, Credit, and the Digital Revolution. Zurich, Switzerland: Zero/One Economics .
Meikle, Scott. 1994. “Aristotle on Money”. Phronesis, 39/1: 26-44.
Mellor, Mary. 2010. “Could the Money System Be the Basis of a Sufficiency Economy“. Real-World Economics Review, 54: 79-88.
Mellor, Mary. 2015. Debt or Democracy? Public Money for Sustainability and Social Justice. Chicago: University of Chicago Press Economics Books. (See also “Money for the People” based on this book)
Mellor, Mary. 2010. The Future of Money: From Financial Crisis to Public Resource. London & New York: Pluto Press.
Minsky, Hyman P. 1986. Stabilizing an Unstable Economy. New Haven and London: Yale University Press.
Minsky, Hyman P. 1992. “The Financial Instability Hypothesis“. The Jerome Levy Economics Institute of Bard College, Working Paper No. 74.
Pavanelli, Giovanni. 2004. “The Great Depression in Irving Fisher’s Thought“. Political Events and Economic Ideas, 289.
Quignon, Laurent. 2019. “Money Creation: How Does It Work?” BNP Paribas, 19 Feb 2019.
Ricks, Morgan. 2018. “Money as Infrastructure“. Columbia Business Law Review, 3: 757-851.
Robbins, Richard H. 2018. “An Anthropological Contribution to Rethinking the Relationship between Money, Debt, and Economic Growth”. Focaal, 81: 99-120.
Rothbard, Murray Newton. 2002. History of Money and Banking in the United States: The Colonial Era to World War II. Auburn, AL: Ludwig von Mises Institute.
Ryan-Collins, Josh. “Is Monetary Financing Inflationary? A Case Study of the Canadian Economy, 1935-75“. Working Paper, No. 848. Annandale-on-Hudson, NY: Levy Economics Institute of Bard College.
Ryan-Collins, Josh & van Lerven, Frank. 2018. “Bringing the Helicopter to Ground: A Historical Review of Fiscal-Monetary Coordination to Support Economic Growth in the 20th Century“. Institute for Innovation and Public Purpose & New Economics Foundation, Working Paper, No. 2018-08, Aug 2018.
Schularick, Moritz & Taylor, Alan M. 2012. “Credit Booms Gone Bust: Monetary Policy, Leverage Cycles, and Financial Crises, 1870-2008“. American Economic Review, 102/2: 1029-61.
Simons, Henry Calvert.1948. Economic Policy for a Free Society. Chicago: University of Chicago Press.
Sissoko, Carolyn. 2015. “The Bank-Centered View of the Money Market Part I: Why Banks Are Different“. USC Gould School of Law, Center for Law and Social Science (CLASS) Research Papers Series No. CLASS15-4, 20 Jan 2015.
Skidelsky, Robert. 2019. Money and Government: The Past and Future of Economics. New Haven, CT: Yale University Press.
Weber, Beat. 2018. Democratizing Money?: Debating Legitimacy in Monetary Reform Proposals. Cambridge: Cambridge UP
Wray, Randall L. 1999. “An Irreverent Overview of the History of Money from the Beginning of the Beginning through to the Present”. Journal of Post Keynesian Economics, 21/4: 679-687.
Wray, Randall L. 2012. “Introduction to an Alternative History of Money“. Levy Economics Institute, Working Paper 717.
Yamaguchi, Kaoru. 2014. “From Debt Money to Public Money System – Modeling A Transition Process Simplified“. Paper presented at the 32nd International Conference of the System Dynamics Society, Delft, Netherlands, July 20 – 24, 2014. Awaji Island, Japan: Japan Futures Research Center.
Zhu, Yu, and Scott Hendry. 2018. “A Framework for Analyzing Monetary Policy in an Economy with E-money“. Available at SSRN 3318915.
Modern Monetary Theory
Montier, James. 2019. “Why Does Everyone Hate MMT?” GMO.
Veal, Spencer. 2018. “Positive Money Meets Modern Monetary Theory“. Edinburgh, UK: Edinburgh Positive Money.
Wray, L. Randall. 2014. “From the State Theory of Money to Modern Money Theory: An Alternative to Economic Orthodoxy“. Levy Economics Institute, Working Papers Series, 792.
Byrne, Adrian & Hodgson, Graham. 2019. “Modern Monetary Theory and Monetary Reform Considered“. The Money Question, 27 Sep 2019.
Henwood, Doug. 2019. “Modern Monetary Theory Isn’t Helping“. Jacobin, 21 Feb 2019.
Palley, Thomas I. 2019. “Macroeconomics vs. Modern Money Theory: Some Unpleasant Keynesian Arithmetic“. Post Keynesian Economics Society, Working Paper, No. 1910.
Advocacy Pamphlets, Reports, Briefings and Books
Hammon, Virginia & Pash, Mark. 2019. How We Pay for a Better World. Portland: Great Democracy Media.
Hammon, Virginia. 2018. US Money: What is it? Why We Must Change. How We Can. Portland: Great Democracy Media.
Hutchinson, Frances & Mary Mellor & Wendy Kay Olsen. 2002. The Politics of Money: Towards Sustainability and Economic Democracy. London: Pluto Press.
Keen, Steve. 2017. Can We Avoid Another Financial Crisis? Hoboken, NJ: John Wiley & Sons.
Mellor, Mary. 2017. “Money for the People“. Great Transition Initiative, Aug 2017.
Jackson, Andrew & Dyson, Ben. 2012. Modernising Money: Why Our Monetary System Is Broken And How It Can Be Fixed. London: Positive Money.
Blyth, Mark. 2013. Austerity: The History of a Dangerous Idea. Oxford : Oxford UP. (Amazon)
Dodd, Nigel. 2016. The Social Life of Money. Princeton, NY: Princeton University Press.
Douthwaite, R 1990. The Growth Illusion. How Economic Growth Enriched the Few, Impoverished the Many and Endangered the Planet. Cambridge: Green Books.
Douthwaite, R. 2006. The Ecology of Money. Cambridge: Green Books.
Courchene, Thomas J. 1976. Money, Inflation, and the Bank of Canada: An Analysis of Canadian Monetary Policy from 1970 to early 1975. Vols. 1 & 2. Toronto: CD Howe Research Institute. (Amazon)
Greider, William. 1987. The Secrets of the Temple: How the Federal Reserve Runs the Country. New York: Simon & Schuster. (Amazon)
Henderson, Hazel. 2014. “Mapping the Global Transition to the Solar Age“.ICAEW and Tomorrow’s Company, UK (2014).
Karimzadi, Shahzavar. 2012. Money and its Origins. London: Routledge. (Amazon)
King, Mervyn. 2016. The End of Alchemy: Money, Banking and the Future of the Global Economy. WW Norton & Company. (Amazon)
Korten, David C. 1995. When Corporations Rule the World. San Francisco: Berrett-Koehler Publishers.
Korten, David C. 1999. The Post-corporate World: Life after Capitalism. San Francisco: Berrett-Koehler Publishers.
Korten, David C. 2007. The Great Turning: From Empire to Earth Community. San Francisco: Berrett-Koehler Publishers.
Korten, David C. 2010. Agenda for a New Economy: From Phantom Wealth to Real Wealth. San Francisco: Berrett-Koehler Publishers. (Excerpt)
Martin, Felix. 2015. Money: The Unauthorized Biography from Coinage to Cryptocurrencies. New York: Vintage. (Amazon)
Nicholas Shaxson. 2018. The Finance Curse: How Global Finance Is Making Us All Poorer. New York & London: Penguin.
Wolf, Martin. 2015. The Shifts and the Shocks: What We’ve Learned–and Have Still to Learn–from the Financial Crisis. New York & London: Penguin. (Amazon)
Wortmann, Edgar. 2019. “Ons Geld, Vollgeld and Positive Money“. Ons Geld, 9 Sept 2019.
Bholat, David & Gutierrez, Karla Martinez. 2019. “The Ownership of Central Banks“. The Money Question, 21 Oct 2019.
Brown, Ellen. 2009. “Revive Lincoln’s Monetary Policy: An Open Letter to President Obama“. Web of Debt, 9 April 2009.
Brown, Ellen. 2013. “What We Could Do with a Postal Savings Bank: Infrastructure that Doesn’t Cost Taxpayers a Dime“. The Web of Debt, 23 Sept 2013.
Brown, Ellen. 2018. “This Radical Plan to Fund the ‘Green New Deal’ Just Might Work“. Web of Debt, 18 Dec 2018.
Di Muzio, Tim. 2019. “The Major Problems with Bank Money Creation“. Alliance For Just Money, 4 June 2019.
Di Muzio, Tim. 2019. “Brief Discussion of Money“. Alliance For Just Money, 21 Mar 2019. (Excerpt from The Tragedy of Human Development).
Graeber, David, 2019. “Against Economics“. Review of Skidelsky’s Money and Government. New York Review of Books, 66/19 (5 Dec 2019).
Keen, Steve & Harvey, Alan. “A Modern Jubilee”. IDEA: Dedicated to the Reform of Economics.
Lavoie, Marc. 2019. “Endorsing the Money-Creation View of Banking“. Rethinking Economics.
Macquarie, Rob. 2018. “A Green Bank of England: Central Banking for a Low-Carbon Economy“. London; Positive Money.
Picchioni, Costanza. 2020. “Lessons From Libra: The Future Of Digital Currency“. The Money Question, 10 Feb 2020.
Roberts, Paul Craig & Kranzler, Dave, Hudson, Michael. “Do Financial Markets Still Exist?“. Institute for Political Economy, 12 Feb 2018.
Robertson, James. 2007. “The History of Money: From Its Origins to Our Time“. Paris: Autrement.
Robbins, Richard H. 2019. “The Tyranny of the Rate of Return“. The Money Question, 9 Sept 2019.
Rudnyckyj, Daromir & Sayeed, Rehan. 2019. “The Money Question in Islamic Finance“. The Money Question, 25 Oct 2019.
Smith, Adam. 2019. “Much Ado About 1974: The Bank of Canada and the 70s“. Understanding Canada Web Site, 23 Nov 2019.
Smith, Adam. 2019. “Making the case for public money creation in Canada“. Understanding Canada Web Site, 23 May 2019.
Tily, Geoff. 2016. “Academics and Civil Society Clash on Money“. Prime Blogs,18 July 2016.
Turner, Adair. 2012. “Monetary and Financial Stability: Lessons from the Crisis and from Classic Economics Texts“. Speech at South African Reserve Bank, 2 Nov 2012.
van Lerven, Frank. 2016. “A Guide to Public Money Creation: Outlining the Alternatives to Quantitative Easing“. London: Positive Money.
van Lerven, Frank. 2018. “A Government is not a Household“. Positive Money, 29 Oct 2018.
van Lerven, Frank. 2018. “The Bank of England and a 1.5°C Green Transition: Reshaping Finance“. Briefing Note, New Economics Foundation, 16 Oct 2018.
van Lerven, Frank. 2018. “Ending the Fiscal-Monetary Tug-o-War“. Positive Money, 29 Aug 2018.
van Lerven, Frank. 2017. “Setting the Record Straight: Sovereign Money is not Full-Reserve Banking“. Positive Money, 27 April 2017.
van Lerven, Frank. 2017. “Two Thirds of Lenders Using Underhand Tactics for Consumer Loans“. Positive Money, 18 April 2018.
van Lerven, Frank. 2017. “Inflation Rises and Living Standards Fall: How Can the Bank of England Respond?” Positive Money, 11 April 2017.
Wortmann, Edgar. 2018. “Design Principles for CBDC“. International Movement for Monetary Reform, 28 June 2018.
Bongiovanni, Joe. 2013. “Why Monetary Reform Must Become Your Number One Issue“. YouTube, 29 Sep 2013.
Conference videos: The Future of Money – 10 years after Lehman and Nakamoto. November 2018, Frankfurt, Germany. Frankfurt School of Finance and Management.
Conference videos: The Future of Money – Central Bank Digital Currency and Beyond. 15 June 2019, Stockholm, Sweden. Positiva Pengar
Dalio, Ray. 2013. “How The Economic Machine Works“. YouTube, 22 Sept 2013.
Knight, Mae. 2020. On Facebook & Twitter endorsing the NEED Act and The Alliance for Just Money. See also: My Name Is Mae Knight And I am Running For Congress As A Democratic Socialist In Kentucky. YouTube, 26 June 2019.
Mellor, Mary. 2012. “Bringing Economics Down to Earth“. Schumacher College. Video file.
Mellor, Mary. 2012. “Understanding Money”. In four sessions. “What is Money?” / “Money and Banking ” / “Crisis ” / “The Future of Money“. YouTube, 19 Nov 2012.
Oswald, Michael. 2012. “97% Owned – Economic Truth documentary – How is Money Created“. Patreon.
Bair, Sheila. 2013. Bull by the Horns: Fighting to Save Main Street from Wall Street and Wall Street from Itself. New York: Simon and Schuster.
Black, William K. 2013. The Best Way to Rob a Bank Is to Own One: How Corporate Executives and Politicians Looted the S&L Industry. Second edition. Austin, TX: University of Texas Press.
Brown, Ellen. 2007. “Thinking Outside The Box: How A Bankrupt Germany Solved Its Infrastructure Problems“. Web of Debt, 9 Aug 2007.
DeCanio, Samuel. 2011. “Populism, Paranoia, and the Politics of Free Silver“. Studies in American Political Development, 25/1: 1-26.
Del Mar, Alexander. 2012 (1899). A History of Monetary Crimes. Whitefish, MT: Literary Licensing, LLC. (Amazon)
Dunning, Nelson A. 2019 (1887). Philosophy of Price, and Its Relation to Domestic Currency. Sydney, Australia: Wentworth Press. (Amazon)
Dupor, William. 2016. “How Does Government Spending Affect Inflation?” On the Economy Blog. FRB of St. Louis. 10 May 2016.
Dupor, William; and Li, Rong. 2015. “The Expected Inflation Channel of Government Spending in the Postwar U.S.“. European Economic Review, 74: 36-56.
Eisler, Riane. 2007.The Real Wealth of Nations. Oakland, CA: Berrett-Koehler Publishers.
Glattfelder, James B. 2012. “Who Controls the World“. TEDxZurich.
Hartley Withers. 2016 (1920). The Meaning of Money. London: Forgotten Books. (Amazon)
Hicks, John. 1961 (1931). The Populist Revolt: A History of the Farmers’ Alliance and the People’s Party. Lincoln, NE: University of Nebraska Press. (Amazon)
Howlett, Jeff. 2012. “Treasury and the Central Bank – A Contingent Institutional Approach“. Pragmatic Capitalism, 29 May 2012.
Kellogg, Edward. 2017 (1861). A New Monetary System: The Only Means of Securing the Respective Rights of Labor and Property, and of Protecting the Public from Financial Revulsions. Andesite Press.
Kelly, Marjorie. 2001.The Divine Right of Capital. Oakland, CA: Berrett-Koehler Publishers.
Lee, R. Alton, 2011. Principle Over Party: The Farmers’ Alliance and Populism in South Dakota, 1880-1900. South Dakota State Historical Society. (Amazon)
Litan, Robert E. 1987. What Should Banks Do? Washington: Brookings Institute Press. (Amazon)
Livingston, James. 1986. Origins of the Federal Reserve System: Money Class and Capitalism 1890-1913. Ithaca & London: Cornell University Press. (Amazon)
Loucks, Henry. 2019 (1893). The New Monetary System as Advocated by the National Farmers’ Alliance and Industrial Union. (Amazon)
Loucks, Henry. 2019 (1916). The Great Conspiracy of the House of Morgan Exposed, and how to Defeat It. Sydney, Australia: Wentworth Press. (Amazon)
Marron, Donald. 2013. “Is the Trillion-Dollar Platinum Coin Clever or Insane?“. Washington, DC: The Urban Institute.
Mehrling, Perry. 2011. The New Lombard Street: How the Fed Became the Dealer of Last Resort. Princeton, N.J.: Princeton University Press.
Mellor, Mary. 1997. “Women, Nature and the Social Construction of ‘Economic Man’”. Ecological Economics, 20/2: 129-140.
O’Connor, James. 1979. The Fiscal Crisis of the State. Transaction Publishers. (Amazon)
Phillips, Kevin. 2008. Bad Money: Reckless Finance, Failed Politics, and the Global Crisis of American Capitalism. New York: Viking Penguin.
Rothbard, Murray Newton. 1983. The Mystery of Banking. Ludwig von Mises Institute. (Amazon)
Schulte, Francis. 2015 (1895). The Little Statesman. N.P.: Palala Press. (Amazon)
Sinclair, Timothy J. 2014. The New Masters of Capital: American Bond Rating Agencies and the Politics of Creditworthiness. Cornell University Press. (Amazon)
Smith, Yves. 2010. ECONned: How Unenlightened Self Interest Undermined Democracy and Corrupted Capitalism. New York: St Martin’s Press. (Amazon)
Stavrianos, Leften. 1981. Global Rift: The Third World Comes of Age. New York: William Morrow. (Amazon)
Tahyar, Margaret E., et al. 2019. “Cryptocurrency“. Harvard Law School, The Case Studies, CSP045, January 2019.
Vitali, Stefania, James B. Glattfelder, and Stefano Battiston. 2011. “The Network of Global Corporate Control“. PloS one, 6/10: e25995.
Wilkin, Carl. 1942. Prosperity Is Within Our Grasp. No place: No publisher.