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Into The Open Economy: How Everything You Know About The World Is About To Change is a book written by Irish author and social activist Colin Turner which sets out how an open economy (or sharing economy) founded on the basic principle of group interest not self-interest will work.

Colin Turner defines the open economy as one without money, trade or governance, or “the application of an open, distributed model” as opposed to “a traditionally closed-loop economic system.”

Turner goes on to detail the limitations of trade and governance that, he explains, always lead to wealth concentration and the rise in technological unemployment.

He also describes government as “an outgrowth of the trading system”, stating that without a trading system and labour market, government would have little or no reason to exist.

Colin argues that this is not a futurist utopian dream, and a money-free world of true abundance, peace and fulfilment is attainable today.

He is also the author of F-Day: The Second Dawn Of Man, a fictional account of how an open economy might come about.

Available in English, Spanish, French, German, Portuguese and Czech, Into The Open Economy answers all the tough questions and provides matter-of-fact examples and solutions.

Find out what an open economy is and how it will work in this bite-size 90-page guide, which is available to purchase online or FREE to download in PDF or EPUB when signing The Free World Charter.

Discussion Point

How would a money-free world work and is this world truly attainable today?



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