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"The Single Global Currency: Common Cents for the World"



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About the SGC Book "The Single Global Currency - Common Cents for the World" & Table of Contents



About the SGC Book, and future editions...

    First published in April, 2006, The Single Global Currency - Common Cents for the World was written for the people of the world by Morrison Bonpasse, the President of the Single Global Currency Association.  This 2006 original edition, and the subsequent annual editions are posted in their entirety on this website at http://www.singleglobalcurrency.org/book_ecopy.htm  Each of the three subsequent annual editions (2007, 2008, 2009) contains the entire 06 Edition, plus an Addendum about the events of the previous year relating to the Single Global Currency.

   The 2014 edition will update the original 2006 edition, without an addendum.

   Linked here are the entire 2007, 2008 and 2009 Editions.

The Single Global Currency - Common Cents for the World (2007 Edition)

The Single Global Currency - Common Cents for the World (2008 Edition)

The Single Global Currency - Common Cents for the World (2009 Edition)

 

     The book explains the currency multicurrency foreign exchange system and how it is expensive and risky, and shows how the concept of monetary union was developed and is being applied around the world, especially with the euro in the expanding Eurozone.

     The Single Global Currency, to be managed by a Global Central Bank within the Global Monetary Union, is expected to save the world $300 billion annually through the elimination of foreign exchange transaction costs. The Single Global Currency will eliminate the need for foreign exchange reserves, and will eliminate currency fluctuations and currency crises. In addition, the elimination of curency risk is expected to lead to an increase of $36 trillion in the values of financial assets worldwide, which, in turn, will lead to an annual increase in GDP of $9 trillion.

Below is a sample cover and Table of Contents of one of the subsequent annual editions.

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

TABLE OF CONTENTS - 200_ Edition

 

Preface to 200_ Edition

 2006 Edition

  Introduction

Part I: The Past To The Present

1. The Expensive, Complex and Hazardous

    Multicurrency Foreign Exchange World   2

 

2. Coping With the Multicurrency Foreign Exchange System   51

 

3. Economists View the Pre-Euro Multicurrency System and its Exchange Rate Regimes   78

 

Part II: Present to the Future

4. Monetary Unions   99

 

PART III: The Future

5. The Single Global Currency: Origin, Benefits and Costs   150

 

6. Economists View the Single Global Currency   201

 

7. How To Get There From Here   229

 

8. The Single Global Currency World-in 2024?   293             

 

9. Conclusion   316

 

Appendix A. The Single Global Currency Association.   321

Appendix B. What Citizens Of The World Can Do   326

Appendix C. Author's Afterword   332

Appendix D. Acknowledgments   339

Appendix E. Orders, Pricing and Shipping   342

Bibliography   345

Index   387

Prices of Book In 147 Currencies   404

 

200_ Addendum   408

Part I: The Past to the Present  408

Part II: Present to the Future 

Part III: The Future

Appendices

Bibliography

Index 

Prices of Book in 1__ Currencies

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Posted at www.singleglobalcurrency.org / book_about.html 

  Chapter Endnotes, Including Weblinks for 2006 edition only

  Bibliography, Including Weblinks for 2006 Edition only

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Inside every book mailed from the Single Global Currency Assn. will be a bookmark in the shape and design of a currency note.