This article was originally published on the International Movement for Monetary Reform website.
Conference on monetary reform hosted jointly by the Icelandic Prime Minister’s Office and KPMG Iceland
On Monday the 5th of September at 8:30AM, the Icelandic Prime Minister’s Office (PMO) and KPMG Iceland will jointly hold the conference “Money Issuance – alternative monetary systems” to mark the publication of a KPMG report, commissioned by the PMO.
Positive Money has launched a new campaign calling for an end to quantitative easing in favour of alternative monetary stimulus measures.
On Wednesday 17th August we launched a new campaign calling for an end to quantitative easing in favour of alternative monetary stimulus measures.
Last week the Bank of England surprised commentators with the scale of its post-Brexit monetary stimulus package. It included a new £70bn round of quantitative easing (QE), the first since 2012, as well as the more widely predicted 0.25% cut to interest rates, writes Josh Ryan-Collins, Associate Director of the Economy and Finance team at New Economics Foundation in the article from 12th August 2016.