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Published on Sep 26, 2007
Rodney Shakespeare studied at Cambridge (UK) where he obtained a MA in History. Subsequently, he qualified both as a teacher and a barrister (UK lawyer) and worked in education and business. He is co-author of Binary\ Economics - the new paradigm (which is the standard text book on the subject). Binary economics uses state-issued interest-free money to ensure that, over time, on market principles, everybody (including children) eventually comes to own a substantial capital estate producing an independent income. Rodney, however, has recently co-authored Seven Steps to Justice which provides the intellectual and moral basis of the burgeoning global justice movement. The new thinking is capable of being implemented in Islamic countries, for example, just as easily as in "Western" ones. Go to the new website at www.globaljusticemovement.net where you can find out what is happening and please indicate support by joining as a supporter - it costs nothing! Rodney is a tutor and binary economist (Binary Economics - the new paradigm, Robert Ashford & Rodney Shakespeare). He lives in London (UK) and, with Canon Peter Challen, is near to completing a new book entitled Seven Steps to Justice, making a global response to the events of 11th September, 2001 and, in particular, the causes of those events. The book also aims to unite all individuals and groups who understand monetary reform. Email: firstname.lastname@example.org --
Rodney Shakespeare is a UK tutor, binary economist and Visiting Professor at Trisakti University, Jakarta, Indonesia. A Cambridge MA and Barrister of the Middle Temple, he is co-author of three books the new paradigm; and Seven Steps toincluding Binary Economics Justice; and he wrote the Foreword for The Islamic World-System. Rodney Shakespeare has presented major papers at Islamic conferences regarding the connection between the money supply and the real economy. Notable among them were the conferences held at The International Islamic University, Kuala Lumpur (August, 2002); The Trisakti University, Jakarta (January, 2004); and The International Islamic University, Chittagong (December, 2004). Rodney Shakespeare is not a Muslim. However, he believes that because Islam is opposed to riba (interest), it can, and must, find a new, distinctive way forward to give an intellectual, material and moral lead to the rest of the world. Rodney Shakespeare represents the Christian Council for Monetary Justice and the London Global Table.