Current research interests:
- Distributism (Agrarian/Urban)
- Re-population and restoration of rural areas for the benefit of families
- Local/organic agriculture and CSA’s
- “Rural Urbanism”
- The Guild System
- Non-monetary economics
- Senior co-housing
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New to CCRN, James Hynes was introduced to the cooperative movement by the likes of G.K. Chesterton, E.F. Schumacher and other Distributist writers. He supports cooperatives as a positive tool for international action. Professionally, James has over 20 years experience in credit management and risk mitigation, currently plying his trade with a private accounts receivable management firm, where his role is to help credit unions and other co-operatives mitigate potential financial losses by assisting in the accounts receivable management process.