6 of 6 people found the following review helpful
It is a terrific read and seems very thorough. Would be a good crash course on banking for a student even if they never went as far as the second half. As a lay person it was just at the limit of my understanding which is just as it should be.
A couple of comments:
How would a big international bank based in say America run it's operation with such a different system in place?
It would have been good to include a survey of similar literature or at least refer to it.I am thinking of 'New money for a new world' by Bernard Lietaer et al, which is another book I have great respect for. Also .[...]. It should be helpful to be pulling in the same direction!
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24 of 24 people found the following review helpful
This film is such a thorough and well presented look at the current world situation and what to do about it that I have been fired up to talk about it and get it seen by as many people as I can. It is well balanced and well paced. The book is also excellent and fills in some of the holes. For example the film seems to imply that the returning to the gold standard would be a good thing but the book makes it plain that this is not what is being advocated.
Buy it, watch it, show it to your friends.