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Forstater, Mathew. "Taxation and Primitive Accumulation: The Case of Colonial Africa." (2005).
Pilkington, Philip, and Warren B. Mosler Tax-Backed Bonds —A National Solution to the European Debt Crisis. Policy Note. Annandale-on-Hudson, NY: Levy Economics Institute of Bard College, 2012.
Ruml, Beardsley. "Taxes for Revenue Are Obsolete." American Affairs. VIII.I (1946): 35-39.
Black, William K. Testimony Before House Financial Services Committee on 2008 Lehman Brothers Failure., 2010.
Rezende, Felipe Is There a Solution to Brazil's Crises?. Levy Economics Institute, 2016.
Auerback, Marshall To Save the Euro, Eurozone Governments Must Stand By Greece. New Economic Perspectives, 2012.
Auerback, Marshall Today Germany is the Big Loser, Not Greece. New Economic Perspectives, 2012.
Omarova, Saule, and Robert Hockett Toward “Deep” Financial Reform: The U.S. as a Developmental Finance State. Columbia Law School Blue Sky Blog, 2015.
Caldentey, Esteban Pérez, and Matías Vernengo Towards an Understanding of Crisis Episodes in Latin America. Working Paper. Annandale-on-Hudson, NY: Levy Economics Institute of Bard College, 2012.
Burra, Neera Transparency and accountability in employment programmes: the case of NREGA in Andhra Pradesh. Levy Economics Institute, 2010.
Hetzel, Robert L., and Ralph F. Leach. "The Treasury-Fed Accord: A New Narrative Account." (2001).
Chandler, Adam The Trump Voter's Quest For Respect: A Conversation With Chris Arnade. The Atlantic, 2016.
Kenya, Trust and Spendi. Trust and Spending of Community Currencies in Kenya." 3 rd International Conference on Social and Complementary Currencies . Management School at Federal University of Bahia - Salvador, Brazil 2015.
Goodhart, Charles A. E.. "The two concepts of money: implications for the analysis of optimal currency areas." European Journal of Political Economy. 14 (1998): 407-432.
Black, William K. The Two Documents Everyone Should Read to Better Understand the Crisis. Huffington Post, 2009.