How could a moneyless economy work? The system presented here is what I call the voluntarised commons economy, in which the commons takes over from private property, and the labour system is based on voluntary contributions of time rather than obligatory payments of money.
An addendum to the Voluntarised Commons Economy, addressing concerns about the feasibility of a commons society.
A collection of links to visions of alternative economic systems.
Four processes - demonetisation, democratisation, voluntarisation and communalisation - which could eventually lead to the realisation of the full communist maxim, 'From each according to their ability (and wishes), to each according to their need'.
How a natural economy solves global issues, and why it leads to a decreased working week.
A fictionalised vision of a systemic alternative to capitalism, an economic system without money, markets or states.
The core goal of a post-capitalist production system is to produce what society needs - no more and no less. Let's look at some of the systems that can be used to achieve this.
A constructive guide to building a new society. A re-appraisal of the 'dual power' strategy.
What are the alternatives to capitalism and how can we build them?
A rough sketch of a social network that could be used for a gift economy, and some ideas about how it would work in a libertarian communist society.
The first version of my 'vision', describing how a new libertarian socialist society could work. It is superseded by 'The Free Federation' above.