Herman Daly analyzes the philosophies of Frederick Soddy, a well known pioneer of chemistry, but also an insightful pioneer of economics.
Banks should not be allowed to live the alchemist’s dream by creating money out of nothing and lending it at interest.
In his foreword to the book, Enough Is Enough, Herman Daly contemplates the role of sufficiency in obtaining “the good life.”
Herman Daly explains Frederick Soddy’s far-reaching economic insight, and he comes up with a doozy of a conclusion.
MIT-PhD-IMF-BMW. Although this career path may benefit specific economists, it fails to serve the common good.
Herman Daly wonders how the World Bank got in the business of increasing the debt of poor countries.
Eric Zencey suggests reforming the monetary system to avoid future economic and ecological calamities.
Herman Daly pulls back the curtain on money and proposes a powerful policy for positive change.