New PhD thesis and academic paper on time banking
There are two new pieces of work on time banking to report. First, congratulations to Dr Julia Panther, who has recently completed her PhD, which looks at a time bank in the North of England:
’It ain’t what you do (It’s the way that you do it)’: Reciprocity, co-operation and spheres of exchange in two community currency systems in the North of England.
It is available to read here
Second, Jason Glynos and Ewen Speed have had an excellent paper published in Critical Policy Studies.
Varieties of co-production in public services: time banks in a UK health policy context
Its is available to read here