Thomas Lines's gas explores the topics of state, markets, money, democracy, common resources and places Green ideas on these topics in relation to socialism
In Lines' gas, he examines the banking sector and how it can be reformed to meet the actual needs of the economy, rather than the private interests of banks and their directors
In this report, commodities expert Thomas Lines shows what has really happened to food prices and farm incomes in recent years. Food prices have risen, but not faster than manufactures.
Lines looks at the 28 years following the Second World War when there were no such crises. He concludes that we need to reduce the interconnections between banks by introducing severe restrictions on interbank lending and derivatives trading, and reintroducing exchange controls