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Many practitioners and researchers in this field consider money to bethe centrepiece of complementary currencies. This paper identifies asecond line of thinking, through which the discourse on an'alternative economy' had a significant influence on the developmentof these social innovations during the 1980s and 1990s. This articlediscusses two questions: The first one concerns the influence of, andthe relationship between these two lines of thought. A monetary focusgradually superseded earlierdoi:10.15133/j.ijccr.2020.015 fatcat:dgundgqgm5fqleagrtnclxiiwe