How does the money system affect Inequality, Housing & Environment?
Many of the big social and economic problems that we’re facing today are due to the way that money is created. This has led to inequality, indebtedness, unaffordable housing and high unemployment. Positive Money’s Executive Director, Fran Boait, presenting on 12th June 2014 in Edinburgh.
Where Does Money Come From? | TEDxCopenhagen
Ole Bjerg is an Associate Professor in the Department of Management, Politics and Philosophy at Copenhagen Business School, and co-founder of Gode Penge, an initiative for the democratization of the monetary system.
Martin Wolf, Financial Times: Stop banks from creating money
Martin Wolf, Chief Economics Commentator of Financial Times speaks at the event “Does Money Grow on Trees?” at the hall of the Institute for Chartered Accountants on 9th September 2014.
How the current process of money creation is causing a rise in poverty, instability and inequality
Ben Dyson, Head of Research at Positive Money, presents at Meaning Conference 2014 on 18th November in Brighton, challenging the audience to imagine what a modern and sustainable money system could look like.
Money that works for people and planet
Ben Dyson, Head of Research at Positive Money talks about why is our monetary system broken and how it can be fixed at the Economy, People and Planet Conference 2014 arranged by the Danish organization Omstilling Nu (Transition Now), held at the Copenhagen Business School (CBS) on the 13-14th of September 2014.
How to Fuel the Economy Without Increasing Debt, through Sovereign Money
Ben Dyson, Head of Research at Positive Money, presented at the Positive Money 2014 conference the Sovereign Money Creation proposal. This proposal offers a way to make the recovery sustainable, it could be up to 37 times more effective than Quantitative Easing in boosting GDP.
Banking Reform by Positive Money
Why our monetary system is broken and how it can be fixed? Ben Dyson, explains the main principles behind the proposals for the reform of money and banking system.
Ben Dyson on BBC Radio 4
Ben Dyson talks about the fundamental flaws in our banking system. He tells how his disillusionment with mainstream economics led him to campaign for a proper understanding of how money works as the first step in fixing a failed banking system.