For the first time The Money Syndrome offers a close analysis, giving meticulous evidence of the varying and extensive consequences that derive from this tiny flaw. The author investigates the dysfunctional effects of money, using the example of Germany's economy since World War II. He shows how, in the beginning, interest helps to accumulate the new capital necessary for developing a collapsed economy. Going on to present how, as the economy grows and capital accumulates, interest charges claim an increasing share of the national product.
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Towards a Market Economy Free from Crises! The book favours a constructively critical look at economic phenomena and their interrelations with a variety of fields. Thus it allows the reader to evaluate economic phenomena more precisely and is an inspiration for new viable solutions in vitally necessary areas. Born in , in Aachen, Germany. Engaged in anti-war-, environmentalist-, Third World-movements and a founding member of the Green party in Aachen and NRW a few more details about the author in German. Since Helmut Creutz has held more than public lectures, and published many articles in magazines and newspapers. In he accepted a teaching position at the University of Kassel and over the years he has been suggested for the Alternative Nobel Prize a number of times.
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