First International Energy Currency Conference

Split, Croatia10 - 12 July, 2012

The current economic crisis has showed that the need in a global monetary reform is obvious. But what should the new money be like, what purposes should it respond and what functions
should it perform? Only after the fundamental causes of the contemporary economic fails are eliminated, the further evolution towards higher social justice and sustainable global economy becomes possible.

Papers will be presented on a wide range of topics, including:

  • Energy currency models and energy banking
  • Global monetary reform
  • Input‐Output models (Embodied Energy and Water)
  • Criticism of neoclassical economics
  • Sustainable money and sustainable economy
  • Complementary currencies
  • Economics and Ethics
  • Philosophy of science: progress vs. evolution