Weiterführende Literatur in englischer Sprache ab 2020

Katharina Pistor  (2020)

Money in the Time of Coronavirus – The Case for Free Money (a real Libra)

Kenneth Rogoff  (2020)

The Case for Deeply Negative Interest Rates
in: Project Syndicate May 4, 2020

Negative interest rate policy in the post COVID-19 world

Roger Svensson & Andreas Westermark  (2020)

Renovatio Monetae – When Gesell Taxes Worked
in: International Economic Review Vol. 61, No. 2, pp. 821 – 846.

David Andolfatto  (2020)

Hot Money Credits to Kick-Start a Stalled Economy?
in: Federal Reserve Bank of St. Louis – Economy Blog May 29, 2020

COVID-19 and Hot Money Credits
in: Federal Reserve Bank of St. Louis – Economy Blog July 15, 2020

Willem Buiter  (2020)

Three Strikes against the Fed
in: vox-eu cepr July 3, 2020

Aqdas Afzal  (2020)

Creative Policies
in: DAWN – Today’s Paper July 20, 2020 (Pakistan)

Florian Heider & Farzad Saidi & Glenn Schepens  (2020)

Banks and negative interest rates

Gregor Schwerhoff & Ottmar Edenhofer & Marc Fleurbaey  (2020)

Taxation of Economic Rents
in: Journal of Economic Surveys No. 2/2020, pp. 398 – 423.

Carsten Herrmann-Pillath  (2020)

Weighing the future more than the present - Paying a negative natural rate of interest to the biosphere

Andreas Adriano  (2021)

New Old Idea – Technological Innovation is fueling the Resurgence of Community Currencies
International Monetary Fund – Finance and Development

Luis Brandao-Marques & Marco Casiraghi & R. G. Gelos & Gunes Kamber & Roland Meeks  (2021)

Negative Interest Rates - Taking Stock of the Experience So Far
International Monetary Fund – Departmental Papers March 3
Summary: https://blogs.imf.org/2021/03/03/the-evidence-is-in-on-negative-interest-rate-policies/

Carsten Herrmann-Pillath  (2021)

Saving the Biosphere or Saving by the Biosphere? The Thermodynamics of Negative Interest Ratese

Beyond MMT – An Institutional Macroeconomics Approach to Money, Interest, and Government


More literature about the theories of the money reform and land reform can be found in the
Archiv für Geld- und Bodenreform” in the library of the Carl von Ossietzky-University in Oldenburg.  Here the link to the catalogue: