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David Boyle has been involved with nef from the very beginning. David has written for many national newspapers and magazines, and edited a range of magazines including Town & Country Planning and Liberal Democrat News. He is the editor of nef’s newspaper, Radical Economics.
David was at the heart of the effort to introduce time banks to Britain as a critical element of public service reform - since when the movement has grown to more than 100 projects in the UK. He is also the founder of the London Time Bank network and co-founder of Time Banks UK. His work on the future of money has also been covered in books and pamphlets like Why London Needs its own Currency (nef, 2000), Virtual Currencies (Financial Times, 2000), The Money Changers: Currency reform from Aristotle to e-cash (Earthscan, 2002) and The Little Money Book (Alastair Sawday, 2003).
David is the author of Blondel’s Song: The capture, imprisonment and ransom of Richard the Lionheart, and a series of books about history, social change and the future. His book Authenticity: Brands, Fakes, Spin and the Lust for Real Life helped put the search for authenticity on the agenda as a social phenomenon. The Tyranny of Numbers and The Sum of Our Discontent predicted the backlash against the government’s target culture (Reference : New Economics Foundation)
Aspects of co-production: The implications for work, health and volunteering
David Boyle, Sherry Clarke, Sarah Burns, New Economics Foundation
Why London Needs It’s Own Currency
David Boyle, New Economics Foundation, 2000
Co-production: A Manifesto for growing the core economy
Lucie Stephens, Josh Ryan-Collins, David Boyle, New Economics Foundation, 2008
Banking failure and how to build a fit financial sector
David Boyle, Sargon Nissan, Stephen Spratt, 2007