NetHood has recently engaged in a new research and action activity around the design of complementary currencies as a commoning tool for cooperative housing (project MAZI) and community networks (project netCommons).
NetHood has also developed a district currency for cooperatives and has expertise in educational currency games (the photo above is from a recent such currency game organized by Jens Martignoni in Zurich) and business simulations.
Previous related activities include the coordination of the EU project COMPARE, which studied among others the case of Sardex. At the final symposium of the project we were honored to host many well known experts and practitioners in the field. See the summary report.
Guild of Independent Currencies: Tools for a fairer economy
Jens Martignoni and Panayotis Antoniadis on WIR and Sardex (with Paolo Dini)
Liverpool, April 20-21 2016.
Flexonomix® District-Money-Simulation: A Community-Currency-Game
Wandellust, Zurich, February 29, 2016
The Sardex.net side effects
Panayotis Antoniadis (with Paolo Dini and Giuseppe Littera)
Mitzas Conference, Cagliari, October 2015.
Starts at 13:30
See also the short news story on Sardex.tex by TV7 and all the videos from the Mitzas 2015 conference
Final COMPARE symposium on self-organization
Zurich, 27-29 April 2016.
3rd EINS summer school - From smart cities to engaged citizens
Volos, Greece, July 13-20th 2014
See also presentations by Giuseppe Littera (Sardex.net), Chris Cook, and the final presentation of the complementary currencies group (at 10:10) (led by Giuseppe Littera, Chris Cook, and Brett Scott)
Jens Martignoni and Panayotis Antoniadis. Community Currencies as a Commoning tool: The case of Cooperative Housing and Community Networks, Commons in a “Glocal” World: Global Connections and Local Responses, Bern, 10-13 May 2016. [panel description + abstracts]
Giuseppe Littera, Laura Sartori, Paolo Dini, and Panayotis Antoniadis, From an idea to a scalable working model: merging economic benefits with social values in Sardex , Inaugural conference of the World Interdisciplinary Network for Institutional Research (WINIR), 11-14 September 2014, Greenwich, London, UK. Available at: http://eprints.lse.ac.uk/59406/
Jens Martignoni. Quartierwaehrung: A model for resource mobilization for construction and housing cooperatives and neighbourhoods. Working paper (original in german). [abstract - english translation, original brochure]
COMPARE Network. Interdisciplinary explorations of self-organization in Zurich, Switzerland, COMPARE project report, April 2015. Available at: http://compare-network.net/documents/compare_report_zurich_apr2015.pdf
COMPARE Network. Interdisciplinary explorations of self-organization in Sardinia, Italy. COMPARE project report, April 2014. Available at: http://compare-network.net/documents/compare_report_sardinia_sardex.pdf