Glastieven Model

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The Glastieven Model is a micronational economic strategy that aims at creating a functioning market economy in a micronation, developed by Ives Blackwood between April 2017 and November 2020. The name references Glastieve, a now-defunct micronation where the strategy was successful. The Glastieven Model uses the valuelessness of the micronation's currency in the local macronation to artificially stimulate demand for goods and services produced in the micronation; it also includes establishing a monetarist debt certificate currency based on reciprocity, and the micronational government raising funds in the currency of the local macronation.