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«Current Concerns», n° 3-4, 13 February 2015

Switzerland Monetary System

Direct participation of the people has positive effects on central issues of the monetary system. Little known facts on the monetary history in Switzerland, by Werner Wüthrich / How the EU is trying to keep in line with the US regarding the sanctions against Russia / Greece and Ukraine ask for German solidarity, by Eberhard Hamer / Central banks took over business cycle policy, by Eberhard Hamer / A different economic thinking and economic activity are essential, by Karl Müller / “Medicine must not abandon its very essential task as the patient’s attorney to the economy”. A critique of the economic transformation of medicine, by Giovanni Maio / The Swiss Agency for Development and Cooperation – long-term and sustainable development cooperation. Switzerland’s humanitarian aid is of great importance for the people, by Thomas Kaiser / “Being fair to people’s needs in humanitarian crises”, Interview with Manuel Sager / “A lot of experience which goes far beyond vocational training”, Interview with Maya Tissafi / “There are no humanitarian solutions for political conflicts”, Interview with Manuel Bessler / The hidden privatisation in public education, by Renate Caesar / “... in order to avoid stereotypical concepts of an enemy”. Recommendations for a more attentive use of media, Interview with Dr Daniele Ganser / Curriculum 21 – EDK proceeds to implementation. We have to regain our direct democracy and federalism!, by Marianne Wüthrich / Many high school leavers with poor basic kowledge in German and Mathematics – What is to be done? / School leavers’ lack of scholastic aptitude – a problem to be tackled at its roots! / “Curriculum 21: simply explained. In how far does Curriculum 21 effect students? ‘SRF mySchool’ explains it by animation” / On the death of Professor Dr Dr Siegwart-Horst Günther. An homage by Frieder Wagner / An admonisher against war.

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