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Inside the World Bank
13 Jan 2002
Joseph Stiglitz, former chief economist for the World Bank, reveals the inner workings of "our" political economy. Tom Greco, community economist, proposes positive alternatives.
If you really want to understand Globalization, this article will do it for you. It's called "Globalization's Discontents," and it's straight from the horse's mouth -- Joseph Stiglitz, former chief economist for the World Bank. Please circulate it.

http://www.prospect.org/print-friendly/print/V13/1/stiglitz-j.html

Thomas H. Greco, Jr., Director
Community Information Resource Center
P.O. Box 42663, Tucson, AZ 85733 USA
520-795-8930
circ2 (at) mindspring.com

http://azstarnet.com/~circ

Consulting on local and regional development, community currencies, and equitable finance.

Our website contains an abundance of useful material on economic, social, and political transformation, including creative ideas about money, finance, community empowerment, and sustainable economics, including links to other excellent sources dealing with a wide range of related issues.

You'll also find the text of my book, New Money for Healthy Communities.

My new book, "Money: Understanding and Creating Alternatives to Legal Tender," published by Chelsea Green,
is now available.
See also:
egroups.com/group/jpchance
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