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Volume 25 (2021, Issue 1)

   

25

2021

Editorial

Masayuki Yoshida

I-II

25

2021

Relationship between a community currency issuance organization’s philosophy and its issuance form: a Japanese case study

Masayuki Yoshida, Shigeto Kobayashi, Yoshihisa Miyazaki

1-15

25

2021

Cryptocurrencies for social change: the experience of Monedapar in Argentina

Ricardo Orzi, Raphael Porcherot and Sebastián Valdecantos

16-33

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Integral research on the Lake District Pound: six mixed methods for assessing the impact of a currency 

Christophe Place, Jem Bendell, Ian Chapman, Jamie McPhie and David Murphy

34-51

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2021

Exploring social capital within Damietta’s furniture industry value chain as a mode of community currency

Nourhan Heysham, Hisham Elkadi and Sara Biscaya

52-67

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2021

Tax-credit instruments as complementary currencies: a policy proposal for fighting the austerity while saving the Euro zone

Thomas Coutrot and Bruno Théret

68-74

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2021

Chiemgauer Complementary Currency – Concept, Effects, and Econometric Analysis

Christian Gelleri and James Stodder

75-95

2021

2021

Rethinking the Significance of Regional Currencies: The Case of the Chiemgauer

Kiminori Hayashi

96-106

2021

2021

Prospects of implementation of complementary currencies at the municipal level by dataset of economical agents banking transactions

A.A. Panachev and  D.B. Berg

107-115

2021

2021

Merit signal – the éminence grise of economic systems

Alexander Zatko

116-129

2021

2021

Revitalizing Local Communities through Regional Currencies Using GIS: A Case Study in Kasama and Kesennuma in Japan

Mayumi Dan and Kayo Okabe

130-158

  Volume 24 (Summer 2020, Issue 2)  
242020EditorialMasayuki YoshidaⅠ-Ⅲ
242020How could blockchain be a key resource in the value creation process of a local currency? A case study centered on EuskoFabienne Pinos1-13
242020The Eusko’s trajectory. Understanding the success of the complementary local currency of the Northern Basque CountryDante Edme-Sanjurjo, Mathilde Fois-Duclerc, Yannick Lung, Julien Milanesi, and Fabienne Pinos14-29
242020When is money not a currency? Developments from Finland of proto-community currenciesMarcus Petz30-53
242020Characteristics of Community Currency that Contribute to Endogenous Regional Activation: Based on case studies of three community currencies—Ma~yu, Tengu, and Awa MoneyHan Meng and Akira Ueda54-63
242020Complementary currency localization in closed contours of economic exchange: theoretical background and experimental verificationDmitry Berg and Olga Zvereva64-76
242020Mumbuca E-dinheiro and the challenges of community governance: requirements, codes, and data digital community currency governanceLuiz Arthur S. Faria, Fernando G. Severo, Henrique L. Cukierman, and Eduardo H. Diniz77-88
242020An investigation of social and credit theory of money focusing on regional and crypto currenciesChikako Nakayama and Manabu Kuwata89-100
242020“Monetary Plurality” and “Currencies for an Alternative Economy”: Two paradigms of complementary currency researchRolf F.H. Schroeder101-115
  Volume 24 (Winter 2020, Issue 1)  
242020Historical transition of community currencies in JapanShigeto Kobayashi, Yoshihisa Miyazaki and Masayuki Yoshida1-10
242020Toward spatial analyses of local currencies: the case of FranceJérôme Blanc and Csaba Lakócai11-29
242020Image, value and belief: assessing money through SimondonDiego Viana30-44
242020A Conceptual framework for classifying currenciesLouis Larue Olivier45-60
242020IDEAS FOR DEBATE: The Financing of Investments in Long-term Assets and the Inverse Maturity of Deposits in the Commodity-Money-Commodity Type of Mutual CreditSamo Kavčič61-74
242020Challenges of social currency use: a survey on Community Development Banks in BrazilAriádne Scalfoni Rigo74-85
  Volume 23 (Summer, 2019 Issue_2)  
232019EditorialGeorgina M. Gómez1
232019Transforming or reproducing an unequal economy: solidarity and inequality in a community currencyEster Barinaga2-16
232019Key Factors for the Durability of Community Currencies: An NPO Management PerspectiveJeremy September17-34
232019Sidechain and volatility of cryptocurrencies based on the blockchain technologyOlivier Hueber35-44
232019Social representations of money: contrast between citizens and local complementary currency membersAriane Tichit45-62
  Volume 23 (Winter 2019, Issue 1)  
232019Editorial: integration of new narratives and worlds in cc researchFilipe M. Alves1-2
232019Las monedas sociales históricas españolasWilko von Prittwitz3-19
232019Las monedas locales complementarias: Modelos de orientación estratégica como política públicaAndreu Honzawa20-29
232019Aspectos clave del diseño de una moneda complementaria liderada por la administración públicaLluís Muns Terrats; Marta Segura Bonet; Lluís Torrens Mèlich30-47
232019Ventajas e inconvenientes del uso de las monedas sociales y complementarias (MSCS): ¿qué tipo de valores se ofrecen?Yasuyuki Hirota48-62
232019La importancia de conocer la trazabilidad de las monedas complementariasMarta Segura Bonet; Lluís Muns Terrats63-70
232019¿Cómo funciona la pluralidad monetaria al nivel de los hogares? La división de tareas entre las divisas en la Argentina (1998 – 2005)Georgina M. Gómez71-82
232019La red Comal y las unidades de intercambio solidario (UDIS): Una historia de apropiación y resiliencia navegando entre contradiccionesPaula Sánchez de la Blanca Díaz-Meco83-92
232019El desarrollo endógeno sustentable: análisis de la sustentabilidad del banco de horas Olga Cossettini de Capilla del Monte, Argentina, a partir de la Carta de la TierraRicardo Marcelo Orzi93-109
  Volume 22 (Summer 2018, Issue 2)  
222018Editorial: Building community, promoting the commons, and surfing the digital waveFilipe M. Alves1-3
222018IJCCR Publications: a literature review 2009-2016Filipe M. Alves; Rui F. Santos4-15
222018The District Currency: a new currency design for managing the commonsJens Martignoni16-38
222018Forms of money power and measure of economic value. The alternative currencies coping with care of commonsMaurizzio Ruzzene39-55
222018A digital community bank: mapping negotiation mechanisms in its consolidation as an alternative to commercial banksEurídice Gomes da Silva Hernandes; Erica Souza Siqueira; Eduardo Henrique Diniz; Marlei Pozzebon56-70
222018Extending Blockchain Technology to host Customizable and Interoperable Community CurrenciesGustav R.B. Friis; Florian Glaser71-84
222018Swiss impact currency: improving the impact of currency systems for a sustainable economy in Switzerland Christophe Place; Antonin Calderon; James Stodder; Isidor Wallimann85-104
222018Sustainability of local complementary currencies: conclusions from an empirical study in PolandGrzegorz Sobiecki105-125
222018Identifying barriers and solutions to adoption of social, complementary and/or virtual currenciesClara Inés Peña de Carrillo; Josep Lluís de la Rosa i Esteva; Paulo Nicolás Carrillo Peña; Peter Pharow126-142
  Volume 22 (Winter 2018, Issue 1)  
222018Introduction: Social Currencies, Innovation and DevelopmentAriádne Scalfoni Rigo1-3
222018Complementary currencies and the financing of investments in long-term assetsRolf Schroeder4-15
222018Understanding the diversity of CCs worldwide in globalisation and deindustrialisation as an evolutionary tree diagram?Makoto Nishibe16-36
222018Financing for development: a monetary issue in which money has no sayTristan Dissaux37-49
222018Could scaling up of time currencies reduce working time, enlarge participatory democracy and redistribute wealth?Bruno Théret50-59
222018Contrasted cases. Successes and failures of local currency schemes in France since 2010Jérôme Blanc and Marie Fare60-73
222018Impact assessment method: an integral and continuous improvement of complementary currency for sustainabilityChristophe Place74-88
222018Assessing local mutual credit as a socioeconomic tool for farmers in New York State’s Hudson ValleyAndrew Bonanno89-102
222018Implementation of modern barter exchange system in BulgariaRositsa Toncheva103-119
222018The diversity and evolutionary process of modern community currencies in JapanYoshihisa Miyazaki and Ken-ichi Kurita120-131
222018Using simulation and gaming to design a community currency systemMasayuki Yoshida and Shigeto Kobayashi132-144
  Volume 21 (Summer 2017, Issue 2)  
212017The Bright and the Dark Side of Virtual Currencies. Recent Development in Regulatory Frame-workMilenko Josavac1-18
212017What is the potential for community currencies to deliver positive public health outcomes? Case study of Time Credits in Wisbech, Cambridgeshire, UKGemma Burgess19-32
212017Sharing is Caring: Mediterranean Time Banking in a Multidimensional Crisis ScenarioLucía del Moral-Espín33-50
212017Which characteristics of communities boost time-banking? Case study of the United StatesKaterina Gawthorpe51-64
212017Let’s change: a critical study of the aims and practices of a local exchange trading schemeArianna Bove65-84
212017IDEAS FOR DEBATE A new type of money for a Mayan community to build resilience in a context of economic crisis 85-97Ranulfo Paiva Sobrinho, Claudia Maricusa Agraz Hernández, Karla Vanessa Córdoba Brenes, Juan Osti Sáenz, Ademar Ribeiro Romeiro85-97
  Volume 21 (Winter 2017, Issue 1)  
212017Editorial: Reflections on scaling-upGeorgina M. Gómez1-5
212017From an idea to a scalable working model: Merging economic benefits with social values in SardexGiuseppe Littera, Laura Sartori, Paolo Dini and Panayotis Antoniadis6-21
212017Doing it together. Studying the implementation of a new social currency in the NetherlandsLydwien A. Batterink, Edgar A.D. Kampers, and Judith C.V. van der Veer22-35
212017Timebanking, co-production and normative principles: putting normative principles into practiceNeville Clement, Allyson Holbrook, Daniella Forster, Johanna Macneil, Max Smith, Kevin Lyons and Elizabeth McDonald36-52
  Volume 20 (Summer 2016)  
202016EditorialGeorgina M. Gómez1
202016Psychological factors influencing the use and development of complementary currenciesCarmen Smith and Alan Lewis2-23
202016Classifying non-bank currency systems using web dataAriane Tichit, Clément Mathonnat and Diego Landivar24-40
202016The “commodity – money – commodity” mutual credit complementary currency system. Marxian money to promote community trade and market economySamo Kavčič41-53
  Volume 19 (Summer 2015, Issue 2)  
192015Introduction: Money and DevelopmentGeorgina Gómez1-5
192015Territorial development and Community currencies: symbolic meanings in Brazilian Community development banksMarie Fare, Carlos de Freitas and Camille Meyer6-17
192015Complementary Currencies for Sustainable Development in Kenya: The Case of the Bangla-PesaWilliam O. Ruddick, Morgan A. Richards, and Jem Bendell18-30
192015Virtual social currencies for unemployed people: social networks and job market accessMaëlle Della Peruta and Dominique Torre31-41
192015Price Setting Mechanisms in Complementary Currencies in Argentina’s Redes de TruequeGeorgina M. Gómez42-52
192015What kinds of volunteer become more motivated by community currency? Influence of perceptions of reward on motivationKen-ichi Kurita, Masayuki Yoshida and Yoshihisa Miyazaki53-61
192015Building trust: exploring the role of community exchange and reputationRobin Krabbe62-71
192015Community Currency in Korea: How do we envision community currency?Joonmo Kang and Baeg Eui Hong72-80
192015Beyond growth: problematic relationships between the financial crisis, care and public economies, and alternative currenciesMaurizio Ruzzene81-93
192015French complementary currency systems: exploring contributions to promote social currency in ArgentinaRicardo Orzi94-105
192015The Financing of Complementary Currencies: Problems and PerspectivesRolf. F. H. Schroeder106-113
192015On Velocity in Several Complementary CurrenciesJosep Lluis de la Rosa and James Stodder114-127
192015Prices in Parallel Currency: the case of the Exchange Network of Chania, CreteIrene Sotiropoulou128-136
192015Cooperation and Intertrade between Community Currencies: From fundamentals to rule-making and clearing systems, including a case study of the Zurich Area, SwitzerlandJens Martignoni137-151
192015Validating and improving the Impact of Complementary Currency Systems through impact assessment frameworksChristophe Place and Leander Bindewald152-164
192015It’s the motivation, stupid! The influence of motivation of secondary currency initiators on the currencies’ successLukas Fesenfeld, Jan Stuckatz, Iona Summerson, Thomas Kiesgen, Daniela Ruß, Maja Klimaschewski165-172
  Volume 19 (Winter 2015, Issue 1)  
192015The Community Currency Scene in SpainHughes, Neil1-11
192015How Green is Our Money? Mapping the Relationship between Monetary Systems and the EnvironmentBrooks, Skylar12-18
1920152015 Book reviews  
  Volume 18 (Summer 2014)  
182014A Counter-Hegemonic Discourse of Economic Difference: A Critical Discourse Analysis of Timebanking in the United StatesRice, Julie Steinkopf1-10
182014First Micro-Simulation Model of a LEDDA Community Currency-Dollar EconomyBoik, John11-29
1820142014 Book reviews  
  Volume 17 (Summer 2013)  
172013Improving Complementary Currency Interchange By A Regional Hub-SolutionHuber, L. and Martignoni, J.1-7
172013Bitcoin: The Political ‘Virtual’ Of An Intangible Material CurrencyJansen, M.8-18
172013Taking Moneyless Exchange to Scale: Measuring and Maintaining the Health of a Credit Clearing SystemGreco, T.19-25
172013Is A Global Virtual Currency With 
Universal Acceptance Feasible?Jegatheesan, S., Ahmed, S., Chamney, A. and El-Kadri, N.26-44
172013Complementary currency and its impact on the economyGroppa, Octavio45-57
1720132013 Book reviews  
  Volume 16 (Summer 2012, Issue 2)  
162012A New Approach to a Typology of Complementary CurrenciesMartignoni, J.1-17
162012Key Indicators of Time Bank Participation: Using Transaction Data for EvaluationCollom, E.18-29
162012Japan’s Fureai Kippu Time-banking in 
Elderly Care: Origins, Development, 
Challenges and ImpactHayashi, M.30-44
162012Are Alternative Currencies A Substitute Or A Complement To Fiat Money? Evidence From Cross-Country DataPfajfar, D., Sgro, G. and Wagner, W.45-56
1620122012 Book reviews  
   Volume 16 (Winter 2012, Issue 1)  
16D2012Editorial 2012 (Volume 16 Special Issue): Thirty Years of Community and Complementary Currencies J. Blanc1-4
16D2012Democratizing Money: Historical Role of the U.S. Federal Government in Currency CreationWainwright, S.5-13
16D2012Selling Scrip to America: Ideology, Self-help and the experiments of the Great DepressionElvins, S.14-21
16D2012Tax Anticipation Scrip as a Form of Local Currency in the USA during the 1930sGatch, L.22-35
16D2012Community Currencies as Integrative Communication Media for Evolutionist Institutional DesignNishibe, M.36-48
16D2012A comparison in transaction efficiency between dispersive and concentrated money creationKichiji, N. and Nishibe, M.49-57
16D2012Does Demurrage matter for Complementary Currencies?Godschalk, H.58-69
16D2012Economic Activity Without Official Currency in Greece: The * HypothesisSotiropoulou, I.70-79
16D2012Sustainability of the Argentine Complementary Currency SystemsGómez, G.80-90
16D2012Moral Money: A Case Study at the Chiemgauer Regional moneyThiel, C.91-96
16D2012Solidarity economy between a focus on the local and a global viewVolkmann, K.97-105
16D2012Stroud Pound: A Local Currency to Map, Measure and Strengthen the Local EconomyScott Cato, M. and Suárez, M.106-115
16D2012Local Exchange Trading Systems in Central European post-Communist CountriesJelínek, P., Szalay, Zs. and Konečný, A.116-123
16D2012An Empirical Study of the Social Effects of Community CurrenciesNakazato, H. and Hiramoto, T.124-135
16D2012CC Coupon Circulation and Shopkeepers’ Behaviour: A Case Study of the City of Musashino, Tokyo, JapanKurita, K., Miyazaki, Y. and Nishibe, M.136-145
16D2012A two-marketplace and two-currency system: A view on business-to-business barter exchangeYoung, M.146-155
16D2012Emerging trend of complementary currencies systems as policy instruments for environmental purposes: changes ahead?Joachain, H. and Klopfert, F.156-168
16D2012Trophic currencies: ecosystem modeling and resilient economiesBrakken, M., Austin, P., Rearick, S. and Bindewald, L.169-175
  Volume 15 (Summer 2011, Issue 2)  
15A2011Eco-Pesa: An Evaluation of a Complementary Currency Programme in Kenya’s Informal SettlementsRuddick, W.O.1-12
15A2011Time is of the Essence: The Challenges and Achievements of a Swedish Time Banking InitiativeMolnar, S.13-22
15A2011A Theoretical Framework for Shared Monetary GovernanceJones, S.D.23-30
15A2011Community Currency Research: An analysis of the literatureSchroeder, R.F.H., Miyazaki, Y., Fare, M.31-41
15A2011Status: The Burlington Currency Project: A HistoryKirschner, A.42-55
15A2011Money and Participatory Governance: A review of the literatureJones, S.D.56-68
15A2011Downtown Dollars: Community currency or discount coupon?Kaplan, N.69-77
15A2011Communal Currencies In VenezuelaDittmer, K.78-83
15A2011Calgary Dollars: Economic and Social Capital BenefitsWheatley, G., Younie, C., Alaijlan, H. and McFarlane, E.84-89
15A20112011 Book Reviews  
   Volume 15 (Winter 2011, Issue 1)  
15D Editorial 2011 (Volume 15 Special Issue): The State of the ArtLonghurst, N. and Seyfang, G.1
15D2011Preface 2011 (Volume 15 Special Issue): Yet Another Moment of TruthBoyle, D.1-3
15D2011Classifying ‘CCs’: Community, Complementary and Local CurrenciesBlanc, J.4-10
15D2011On The Money: Getting the message outRogers, J.11-16
15D2011Complementary Currencies in Germany: The Regiogeld SystemThiel, C.17-21
15D2011What Have Complementary Currencies in Japan Really Achieved?Hirota, Y.22-26
15D2011Alternative Exchange Systems in Contemporary GreeceSotiropoulou, I.27-31
15D2011Complementary Currencies for Sustainable Local Economies in Central AmericaBrenes, E.32-38
15D2011Community Currency Progress in Latin America (Banco Palmas)Place, C.39-46
15D2011L’Accorderie and Le Jardin Universel (JEU) in QuebecLizotte, M. and Duhaime, G.47-51
15D2011Kékfrank to Boost the Resilience of LocalitySzalay, Z.E.52-56
15D2011The SOL: A Complementary Currency for the Social Economy and Sustainable DevelopmentFare, M.57-60
15D2011Building Local Resilience: The emergence of the UK Transition CurrenciesRyan-Collins, J.61-67
15D2011A Report from Vermont (USA): The VBSR MarketplaceKirschner, A.68-72
15D2011Time-Banking in Social HousingNaughton – Doe, R.73-76
15D2011The Colours of Money: Artmoney as Community CurrencyBanks, M.77-81
15D2011Complementary Currency Open Source Software in 2010Slater, M.82-87
  Volume 14  
14A2010Editorial 2010 (volume 14)Longhurst, N. 
14A2010Learning To Exchange Time: Benefits and Obstacles To Time BankingOzanne, L.1-16
14A2010The Case for Monetary DiversityMouatt, S.17-28
14A2010Stamp Scrip in the Great Depression: Lessons for Community Currency for Today?Warner, J.29-45
14B2010Research Briefing: Grassroots Innovations and Complementary CurrenciesSeyfang, G. and Longhurst, N.1-2
  Volume 13  
13200913 (2009), editorialWilliams, C.C.1-2
132009Time for Each Other: Working Towards a Complementary Currency Model to Serve the Anti-Poverty Policies of the Municipality of Landgraaf, the Netherlandsvan Kuik, M.3-18
132009Change Takes Time: Exploring Structural and Developmental Issues of Time BankingGregory, L.19-32
132009Stiansen Endre and Guyer Jane I. (1999) Credit, Currencies and Culture: African Financial Institutions in Historical PerspectiveNgoumou, T.33-35
132009The Impact of Community Currency Systems on Gender Relations in Rural Northeast Thailand: A Hybrid Social Audit-Gender Analysis ApproachWalker, D.36-60
132009Chiemgauer Regiomoney: Theory and Practice of a Local CurrencyGelleri, C.61-75
132009Social Economy and Central Banks: Legal and Regulatory Issues on Social Currencies (Social Money) as a Public Policy Instrument Consistent with Monetary PolicyFreire, M.V.76-94
132009Josh Ryan-Collins, Lucie Stephens and Anna Coote (2008) The New Wealth Of Time: How Time Banking Helps People Build Public ServicesDevitt, K.95-97
132009David Akin and Joel Robbins (eds) (1999) Money and Modernity: State and Local Currencies in Melanesiade Meulenaere, S.95-98
132009Gill Seyfang (2009) The New Economics of Sustainable Consumption: Seeds of ChangeGraugaard, J.99-101
  Volume 12  
122008Editorial 2008 (volume 12)Seyfang, G.1
1220082007 Yearly Report of the Worldwide Database of Complementary Currency Systemsde Meulenaere, S.2-19
122008Peter North (2006) Alternative Currency Movements as a Challenge to Globalisation? A Case Study of Manchester’s Local Currency Networks.Boulianne, M.20-23
122008Community Currency: An Approach To Economic Sustainability In Our Local BioregionSoder, N. T.24-52
122008An Economic Analysis Of Contemporary Local Currencies In The United StatesKrohn, G.A. and Snyder, A.M.53-68
122008Helmut Creutz (2008) Le Syndrome De La Monnaie. Vers Une Economie De Marche Sans Crise.Blanc, J.69-73
  Volume 11  
112007Editorial 2007 (volume 11)Williams, C.C.0
112007Local Currency Loans and Grants: Comparative Case Studies of Ithaca HOURS and Calgary DollarsMascornick, J.1-22
1120072006 Yearly Report of the Worldwide Database of Complementary Currency Systemsde Meulenaere, S.23-35
112007The Motivations, Engagement, Satisfaction, Outcomes, and Demographics of Time Bank Participants: Survey Findings from a U.S. SystemCollum, E.36-83
112007Towards A Knowledge EconomyCarrillo, C.I., de la Rosa, J.L. and Canals, A.84-97
112007Exploring Gender Divisions In A Community Currency System: The Case Of The Barter Network In ArgentinaPereyra, F.98-111
  Volume 10  
102006Editorial 2006 (volume 10)Williams, C.C.0
102006Complementary Currency Innovation: Self-guarantee in peer-to-peer currenciesArdon, M. and Lietaer, B.1-7
1020062005 Yearly Report of the Worldwide Database of Complementary Currency Systemsde Meulenaere, S.8-17
102006A Proposal for a Brazilian Education Complementary CurrencyLietaer, B.18-23
102006Community Exchange and Trading Systems in GermanySchroeder, R.F.H.24-42
102006Argentina in the Red: What can the UK’s Regional Economies Learn from the Argentinian Banking Crisis?Cato, M.S.43-55
102006Establishing Time Based Community Currencies: Means of Measure, Exchange and StorageSerra, S. H.56-67
  Volume 9  
92005Has the Time for Electronic Currency Come? Imagining an E-Currency Future for MoneySharma, A. 
92005Helping Everyone Have PLENTY: Addressing Distribution and Circulation in an HOURS-based Local Currency SystemLepofsky, J. and Bates, L.K. 
92005Editorial 2005 (volume 9)Williams, C.C. 
  Volume 8  
82004Editorial 2004 (volume 8)Williams, C.C.0
82004The Social and Cultural Capital of Community Currency, An Ithaca HOURS Case Study SurveyJacob, J., Brinkerhoff, M., Jovic, E. and Wheatley, G. 
82004HOUR Town – Paul Glover and the Genesis and Evolution of Ithaca HOURSJacob, J., Brinkerhoff, M., Jovic, E. and Wheatley, G. 
82004Kaláka and Kör: Green money and mutual aid in HungaryNorth, P. 
82004Complementary Currencies in Japan Today: History, Originality and RelevanceLietaer, B. 
  Volume 7  
72003Editorial 2003 (volume 7)Williams, C.C. 
72003A Currency for Change? one activist’s personal view of LETSTaylor, G. 
  Volume 6  
62002Editorial 2002 (volume 6)Williams, C.C. 
62002Tackling social exclusion with community currencies: learning from LETS to Time BanksSeyfang G. 
62002Talente Tauschring Hannover (TTH): Experiences of a German LETS and the relevance of theoretical reflectionsSchroeder, R.F. 
62002Development at the Conjuncture of Feminism and AssociationalismPowell, J. 
  Volume 5  
52001Editorial 2001 (volume 5)Williams, C.C. 
52001Mutual Credit Systems and the Commons Problem: Why Community Currency Systems such as LETS Need Not Collapse Under Opportunistic BehaviourSchraven, J. 
52001The Role of the Third Sector in Paving a ‘Third Way’: Some Lessons From Local Exchange and Trading Schemes (LETS) in the United KingdomWilliams, C.C., Aldridge, T., Lee, R., Leyshon, A., Thrift, N. and Tooke, J. 
52001On LETS and Time DollarsCahn, E. 
52001Commodity Currencies for Fair and Stable International Exchange RatesPlinge, J.W. 
  Volume 4  
42000Editorial 2000 (volume 4)Willams, C.C. 
42000LETS and Benefit Claiming in the UK: Results of a Pilot ProjectFitzpatrick, T. 
42000Towards an Economy in the Hands of the People: The Tianguis Tlaloc Local Currency System in MexicoLopezllera-Mendez, L. and de Meulenaere, S. 
42000Reinventing the Market: Alternative Currencies and Community Development in Argentinade Meulenaere, S. 
42000Community-based LETSystems in Australia: Localised Barter in a Sophisticated Western EconomyLiesch, P.W. and Birch, D. 
42000Why Do People Join Local Exchange Trading Systems?Caldwell, C. 
  Volume 3  
31999Editorial 1999 (volume 3)Irwin, G. 
31999Nouvelles formes de sociabilités ou les limites d’une utopie politiqueLaacher, S. 
31999Cercles d’échanges, cercles vertueux de la solidarité Le cas de l’AllemagnePierret, D. 
  Volume 2  
21998Editorial 1998 (volume 2)Jackson, M. 
21998Evaluating LETS as a Means of Tackling Social Exclusion and CohesionWillams, C.C., Aldridge, T., Lee, R., Leyshon, A., Thrift, N. and Tooke, J.
21998Green Domination In Norwegian LETSystems: Catalyst For Growth Or Constraint On Development?Gran, E. 
21998Local Exchange and Trading Systems (LETS) in Australia: a new tool for community development?Ingleby, J. 
21998Corporate Barter and Economic StabilisationStodder, J. 
  Volume 1  
11997Editorial 1997 (volume 1)Williams, C.C.0
11997Local Exchange and Trading Systems (LETS) in Australia: a new tool for community development?Williams, C.C.1-11
11997The problem of over-accumulation: examining and theorising the structural form of LETSJackson, M.1-9
11997Examining Local Currency Systems: a social audit approachSeyfang, G.1-29