SANE and its members have produced a range of papers and contributions. A few significant Occasional Papers are listed below and can be directly accessed:
- A NEW MONEY FOR THE NEW MILLENNIUM
Our current money system is a destructive relic of history. The New Millennium calls for a New Money. Tim Jenkin, August 2002
- COMPLEMENTARY CURRENCIES AND SOUTH AFRICA
An historical analysis of complementary currencies and implications for South Africa, by John Quintiliani, March 2002
- MONETARY REFORM - THE KEY TO ECONOMIC JUSTICE
John Roux, October 2001
- A PARALLEL CURRENCY TO PAY FOR A BASIC INCOME IN SOUTH AFRICA
Aart Roukens de Lange, July 2001
- IS THERE REALLY A MORE HOPEFUL ECONOMIC FUTURE FOR SOUTH AFRICA?
Paper by Johan van Zyl for an Africa Institute Colloquium, May 2001
- TAILORING NEW ECONOMICS TO SOUTH AFRICAN REALITIES
Aart Roukens de Lange
- WHY NEW ECONOMICS? What Went Wrong?
Occasional Paper No.4, Margaret Legum
- GLOBALISATION. How it Works Now and How it Could Work
Occasional Paper No.3, Margaret Legum
- THE 'GUINEA FOWL' SCENARIO FOR SOUTH AFRICA
Occasional Paper No. 2, Aart Roukens de Lange
- ALTERNATIVE FORMS OF TAXATION
Occasional Paper No.1, Margaret Legum
- THE FUTURE OF MONEY
If we want a better game of economic life we'll have to change the scoring system
- DEVELOPMENT DIALOGUES ISANDLA INSTITUTE / OPEN SOCIETY FOUNDATION
Development Dialogues is a joint initiative of Isandla Institute and the Open Society Foundation – South Africa.
These papers are available in hardcopy from SANE. Please contact SANE at [email protected].