Why do you support Positive Money? Why do you think reforming money is important?
Archive for 2016
The sustenance of economic systems often relies on delicately balancing two perilous extremities. When looking at inequality, for instance, one finds that the lack of it will lead to an economy’s atrophy, while its excess may lead to unsustainable tensions. Since the end of the most recent financial crisis, developed countries have been inclined towards the latter scenario.
Over the last 12 months there has been a significant increase in international interest in sovereign money (the idea of transferring the power to create money from banks to the state, working in the public interest). For example: