Solutions: The Peer-to-Peer Economy (video)

03/30/20152 Comments

If the root of our economic problem is the tendency toward centralized, globalist bureaucracies (like the EU and the WTO and the IMF and the World Bank) why does anyone believe the solution will be centralized, globalist bureaucracies (like the BRICS Bank and the EEU and the AIIB)? Today we look at a truly paradigm-shattering civilization-wide change taking place right now that has the potential to undermine the status quo: the peer-to-peer economy.

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The Meaning of Austerity
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Under Austerity, Greeks Feel Unfolding Humanitarian Crisis
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Ireland protest over harsh austerity measures
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Finance For Ukraine: World Bank to loan Ukraine 2 billion USD, adding to existing IMF package
Time Reference: 03:16
21 Asian nations on board for China-proposed regional investment bank
Time Reference: 04:07
Germany, France and Italy join China’s Asian Infrastructure Investment Bank
Time Reference: 04:39
IMF, World Bank lend support to Asian Infrastructure Investment Bank (AIIB)
Time Reference: 05:08
Henry Kissinger calls for more U.S.-China cooperation
Time Reference: 05:39
Turning Points in History – Industrial Revolution
Time Reference: 08:15
What is P2P?
Time Reference: 11:57
SideCar Rides Into SXSW
Time Reference: 15:37
Outsource Your Errands: The Life of a TaskRabbit
Time Reference: 16:04
Peer to Peer Lending – An Introduction
Time Reference: 16:53
Hack the Bank: Bitcoin and the New Peer-to-Peer Economy
Time Reference: 17:56
The unstoppable rise of a collaborative economy
Time Reference: 19:02
Shapeways: Design, Create, and Sell All In One Place Using 3D Printing At Its Finest
Time Reference: 19:30
Jay Rogers Interview on the Open Source Car – Local Motors
Time Reference: 20:05
Uber sued in France
Time Reference: 23:03
Airbnb and Its Enemies: Who’s Afraid of a $10-a-Night Sofa?
Time Reference: 23:20
KQED: the Push Back Against Airbnb
Time Reference: 23:53
FAA shuts down ride sharing for air travelers
Time Reference: 24:11
3-D Printing Craze Prompts Legal Concerns
Time Reference: 25:36
Uber and Lyft Are in the Establishment’s Crosshairs Again
Time Reference: 25:49
The Sharing Economy – By the People, For the People
Time Reference: 28:30
The Peer To Peer Economy
Time Reference: 32:33
Ozarks Neighborly Exchange
Time Reference: 36:37
Interview 1011 – Thomas Freedman on Creating a Community Organization
Time Reference: 37:11
“Thought Criminal” by Carpet Tongue
Time Reference: 43:33
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  1. iiYd says:

    I live 15 minutes from Ozark, MO and this is the first I’ve seen of a report on their movement. Granted, I’ve not been looking but I should have had this on my radar. Perhaps they need to market this a bit to get the word out. It actually sounds like many church initiated schemes I’ve heard of.

    • matthew_d says:

      You’re right, IF…they were going for mass public notoriety. I think a large part of group’s like this appeal is actually that they aren’t. It stands in stark contrast to the mass marketed public relations corporate campaigns that many people are starting to find so jarring. Also, a large part of the success of P2P groups is that the business model is inherently successful. Everyone involved benefits (profits) individually at a shared (usually low) cost.

      But you’re right in the sense that many a small group could benefit from being more “marketing” minded probably.

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