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The Creative Economy

There is no shortage of people who want to
do creative work and no shortage of creativity. What is scarce is the money to
pay them. If the creative class were a marginal, fringe sector of our economy,
this apparent lack of collective value might make some sense on a superficial
level, but in fact research shows that the creative class is central to
economic success.

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Sacred Economics: Chapter 16, Transition to Gift Economy (Pt.17)

The new
exchange systems we are exploring blur the boundary between the monetary and
nonmonetary realms and therefore the standard definition of the "economy." How would we
measure it in the absence of a common unit of account? Ultimately, underneath money, is the totality of what
human beings do for each other.

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Playing Doctor: Herbal Medicine in A New World Economy

Plants have been used for thousands of years to treat and cure illnesses, but in modern America, we're dissuaded from these proven methods by the interests of multi-billion-dollar pharmaceutical companies. Is all that about to change?

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The Political Economy of Peer Production

The P2P (peer-to-peer) revolution didn't end with Napster. P2P is giving rise to a new mode of production, a new mode of governance, and a new mode of property. It is poised to overhaul our political economy in unprecedented ways.

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Discovering New Psychedelic Drugs

As our ancestors foraged for mushrooms or drank beer made from ergot-infested barley, they stumbled upon substances that can have the most profound effect on the mind.  Ancient ritual use developed, sacraments were lauded, mother nature’s gift was revered. 

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