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Table of related books and authors of interest

This page contains a list of books related to an open access economy, or the formation of an intentional community or community organisation, whether that be a transition proposal, a fiction book showing how an open access economy might work through storytelling, or a guide.

F-Day: The Second Dawn of ManColin R. Turner6/7/2016Colin's fictional story book describing an open access economy and the issues during transition told in a dramatic story-telling fashion.
Into The Open EconomyColin R. Turner5/10/2016, 2017(Open Library)Colin's pocket-sized guide book to an open access economy.
The New Human Rights Movement: Reinventing the Economy to End OppressionPeter Joseph21/3/2017Peter's book describing the historical issues of slavery and illuminates the structural causes of poverty, social oppression, and the ongoing degradation of public health.
The Zeitgeist Movement Defined: Realizing a New Train of ThoughtTZM Lecture Team22/1/2014Book for understanding The Zeitgeist Movement.
The Best That Money Can't Buy: Beyond Politics, Poverty and WarJacque Fresco1/5/2002Jacque Fresco, founder of The Venus Project describes the cities of the future in a resource-based economy.
Common Planet: A New Game of LifeRemzi Bajrami25/2/2022A book from Common Planet introducing the world to flow currency, a new non-transferable form of reward and a universal basic income.
UBUNTU Contributionism - A Blueprint For Human Prosperity: Exposing the global banking fraudMichael Tellinger28/11/2013Michael Tellinger, founder of the Ubuntu Liberation Movement and One Small Town proposes a new blueprint for humanity and the removal of money whilst exposing issues with the banking system.
Sacred Economics: Money, Gift and Society in the Age of Transition: Money, Gift & Society in the Age of TransitionCharles Eisenstein2011(Original), 16/2/2021(Revised edition)Sacred Economics traces the history of money from ancient gift economies to modern capitalism. Author Charles Eisenstein reveals how late-stage capitalism has contributed to alienation, competition, and scarcity; destroyed community; and necessitated endless growth at the cost of social and environmental devastation.
Invisible HandLarry K. Mason25/7/2006Science fiction novel taking place in a near-future depiction of the United States. The novel introduces the reader to the concept of a non-physical object money economy and contains a series of short stories, an adventure story, and a series of lectures with two completely separate plots.
Copiosis: An Introduction Second EditionPerry Gruber2016Perry Gruber's second edition of his downloadable book introducing the reader to Copiosis. It gives a detailed Copiosis overview, offers Perry’s rationale for creating the Copiosis system, and provides example scenarios for how the system might affect certain people.
A New Future Can Be OursPerry Gruber2016A document created from a funding prize for the Copiosis proposal entered into in 2016. This document examines how Copiosis would affect many aspects of global and local society: International trade, politics, public property, private property, democracy, the profit motive, welfare, women’s issues, and other social issues, and more.
Power and ProductionJason Nelson17/2/2016In his book, Jason explains the history of economics. The book begins at the beginning of civilization and into the present day hitting significant points and transitions that shape our world along the way.

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