ELIANT stands for people who want to live in a Europe that is culturally diverse with freedom of choice:

in questions of education, the economy, social reform, organic agriculture, and complementary and integrative medicine.

Money and the economy as instruments for mutually supportive activity

Money and the economy

Today's zero-interest situation presents us with new questions and challenges. Traditional types of banks cannot survive long-term in this interest-free environment. Our global economy is increasingly faced with limits to growth, whether due to limited resources or to lack of demand. Both the financial system and the economy require new ideas and business models to become sustainable again. We need an economy that respects the natural limits to growth and does justice to the life of human beings and nature.

ELIANT supports and encourages initiatives and companies involved in economic and monetary endeavours. Many business initiatives have been launched in Europe and across the world over the last 50 years, some of which have grown into quite large companies. Their activities have included health foods, renewable energy, environmental technology, banks, medicines, natural cosmetics, mail order companies, clothing, household products and much else besides. Many of these enterprises came into being after people had spent years studying the concept of social three-folding or ideas on economics and money developed by Rudolf Steiner. The principle of sustainable development is also significant.

ELIANT sees itself as having a role in raising awareness for some important topics, such as the question of land ownership, new ways of handling money (regional currency etc.) as well as the long-term handling of company assets.


Pietro Archiati: Money Matters - but so Does Trust! Temple Lodge 2016
Jan Martin Bang: Ecovillages. A Practical Guide to Sustainable Communities. Floris Books 2005
John Bloom: Genius of Money. Essays and Interviews Reimagining the Financial World. Steiner Books 2009
John Bloom: Inhabiting Interdependence. Being in the Next Economy. Steiner Books 2016
Siegfried Finser: Money can Heal. Evolving Our Conciousness. Rudolf Steiner Press 2007
Torin M. Finser: Organizational Integrity. How to Apply the Wisdom of the Body to Develop Healthy Organizations. Rudolf Steiner Press 2007
Thomas H. Greco: The End of Money and the Future of Civilization. Floris Books 2010
Gary Lamb and Sara Hearn (ed.): Steinerian Economics. A Compendium. Adonis Press 2014
Simon Robinson and Maria Moraes Robinson: Holonomics. Business Where People and Planet Matter. Floris Books 2014
Peter Selg: The Fundamental Social Law. Rudolf Steiner on the Work of the Individual and the Spirit of Community. Rudolf Steiner Press 2012
Michael Spence: After Capitalism. Adonis Press 2014
Rudolf Steiner: Awakening to Community. Rudolf Steiner Press 2016
Rudolf Steiner: The Esoteric Aspect of the Social Question. The Individual and Society. Rudolf Steiner Press 2016
Rudolf Steiner: Freedom of Thought and Societal Forces. Rudolf Steiner Press 2009
Rudolf Steiner: Problems of Society. Rudolf Steiner Press 2015
Rudolf Steiner: The Renewal of the Social Organism. Steiner Books 1985
Rudolf Steiner: Rethinking Economics. Lectures and Seminars on World Economics. Rudolf Steiner Press 2013
Rudolf Steiner: Social and Political Science. An Introductory Reader. Rudolf Steiner Press 2013
Rudolf Steiner: The Social Future. Culture, Equality, and the Economy. Rudolf Steiner Press 2013
Rudolf Steiner: Towards social Renewal. Rethinking the Basis of Society. Rudolf Steiner Press 1999
G. Benjamin Bingham: Impact Investing to Change the World (Englisch) Gebundene Ausgabe – 21. April 2015