Benjamin C. Wilson, Taylor Reid & Max Sussman
Without reliable access to monetary resources, collective provisioning systems are vulnerable to financial crisis and collapse. Alleviating these vulnerabilities requires that monetary systems adopt collective coordination principles. Accordingly, this paper presents small and medium-scale monetary experiments that use food systems as a way to build community capacity.
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