An idea worth spreading
Financial Commons - The right of property is essential, but who said that each single penny must be owned by one single person? Taxes are an example of this principle, but a limit that taxes have is that they are managed in a non-transparent way, and the people who contributed to that public fund have no real authority over them on how to spend it. I believe that today's technologies can allow a different management of public spending, and a different way, and a more democratic one, of governing too.
I'm passionate about
Collective Creativity, Collaborative Initiatives, and the democratic technologies that make them possible. I also deeply love music and enjoy physics.
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Public Administration Innovation, Education reform and Creativity.