The American Monetary Institute announces its
9th Annual AMI Monetary Reform Conference
Sept. 19 – 22, 2013 at University Center in downtown Chicago
Registration is $285 until June 21st. Save $110!
Register by phone (224-805-2200), e-mail (firstname.lastname@example.org), mail-in order form,
or through PayPal (below)
The 2013 AMI Monetary Reform Conference is shaping up as an important event in the ongoing battle to achieve real monetary reform.
The speakers are the main people on the front lines of monetary reform around the world. Here is the superstar line-up:
Professor Joseph Huber of Martin Luther University of Halle-Wittenberg, Germany’s most important monetary reformer. In the 90s he developed what’s known as the “Plain Money” approach to monetary reform, and working with James Robertson of the UK seigniorage reform from 1999. His talk discusses various remedies proposed after the 2007-09 crisis and how they miss the crucial point – the monetary “cause of causes” which is fractional reserve banking.
Dr. Michael Kumhof of the IMF, whose IMF Working Paper, The Chicago Plan Revisited, has taken the world’s economic community by storm! Two appearances at the Bank of England, since publication in August. Appearances at several monetary meetings. He shows that inflation is less likely under a system where money is created by the government, as money, not as credit by banks. A viewpoint that can’t be ignored.
Prof. Kaoru Yamaguchi, A leading macroeconomist, whose systems analyst computer projections show the excellent results of using HR 2990 and the American Monetary Act; concluding that they Pay off the National Debt as it comes due; provide the funding for infrastructure (which solves the unemployment problem); and do this without inflation!
Prof. Richard Werner has emerged as the central figure advising monetary authorities of the European money system to cease their destructive austerity programs. He is Chair of International Banking and founding Director of the Center for Banking, Finance, and Sustainable Development at the University of Southampton. His book Princes of the Yen became a no. 1 bestseller in Japan. His 2005 book New Paradigm in Macroeconomics (Palgrave Macmillan) correctly predicted the collapse of the UK banking system and property market and suggested workable solutions.
Prof. Nic Tideman of Virginia Tech, served as Staff Economist at the President’s Council of Economic Advisers at the White House. Nic is a senior adviser to the American Monetary Institute. His recent work, which became apparent at the AMI Cooper Union Monetary Reform Event, in May, is establishing Nic as among the foremost professors of Economics discussing monetary reform. This talk will show why.
Prof. Steve Keen, top Australian monetary economist Steve Keen who won the inaugural (Paul) Revere Award for giving an early warning (2005) of the debt-deflation collapse. He has built a growing reputation as a rare deep thinker on how monetary systems really work, not just how the central banks have said they work. Thus his blog has over 50,000 followers. Keen has served as Associate Professor, School of Economics & Finance, University of Western Sydney, Australia.
The conference will focus on the crucial reforms that are absolutely necessary to cleanse an immoral monetary system that is at the root of so many of America’s and the world’s problems. It is at University Center in Chicago, Thursday, September 19 through Sunday, September 22 2013. University Center’s state of the art facility will be set up in comfortable schoolroom type seating with narrow tables. The room holds 85 participants when set up in this way, so register early to assure yourself a seat!
If you sign up by June 21st, the registration fee is reduced to $285, instead of $395. A savings of $110!
Early registration helps our planning and allows you to book your travels well in advance and save on airfare and other modes of transportation. The registration fee covers conference materials, coffee, fruit and breakfast muffins each morning, coffee/tea breaks, Thursday reception with drinks and hors d’oeuvres, Saturday celebratory dinner, and Sunday beach barbecue!
The Travelodge Hotel – just one block from University Center – is extending similar room rates as last year. Many other great hotels can be found nearby. The Hi-Chicago Youth Hostel, right next door to University Center, has accommodation at $32 per night! (No age limit – no curfew-no membership needed)
Here is how to register:
– Register through PayPal (Go to our conference page here, then click the Donate button)
– Register by mail-in order form
– Register by e-mail (email@example.com) or telephone (224-805-2200)
This year’s conference will be important in building on progress made in past years, and we look forward to seeing you there!
“Over time, whoever controls the money system controls the nation.”
Stephen Zarlenga, Director American Monetary Institute