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‘MONEY MEANS NOT MONEY’– REFLECTIONS ON THE MEANING OF MONEY 1909–2009

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Arthur Edwards is a director of the Centre for Associative Economics, currently engaged in research at Buckingham University on Rudolf Steiner's idea of three kinds of money. He has a special interest in developing the societal role of financial literacy through his writing, research and work in schools (mail@arthuredwards.net).

Abstract

Hartley Withers' classic book, The Meaning of Money, sees its centenary this year. Although the financial landscape has substantially changed since 1909, Withers' book remains insightful, informative and readable. A symposium is being held in late 2009 to explore what echoes can be heard today.

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