We cannot rely on failed regulators to prevent banks from abusing the power to create money, reads the article by Ben Dyson in Open Democracy, 19th May 2014 Here's a short extract: "[Ann Pettifor] argues that we should leave banks with the power to create money, but use regulations to make them put the money [...]
For decades we've allowed the power to create money to be used to blow up property bubbles and financial markets. Now it's time to use that power in the public interest, reads The Ecologist, 22nd May 2014 Here is a short extract: But there are different ways of creating money. Positive Money have advocated using 'sovereign money' [...]
Luca Ciarrocca, editor in chief and founder of www.wallstreetitalia.com, a leading independent Economy & Politics website, is now totally committed in being the evangelizer of Positive Money in Italy. The task is easier after Luca last November published a book with two entire chapters dedicated to Positive Money explaining how to restructure the monetary and banking [...]
In this episode of the Keiser Report, Max Keiser interviews Ben Dyson of Positive Money about what the economy and banking system would look like with positive money - in the second half, from 12:34 min:
Quantitative Easing was a wasted opportunity. There's a far more powerful way of creating jobs and boosting the real economy! [smc_vs_qe_infographic] Download Print at home version Here you can watch Ben Dyson, Founder of Positive Money, presenting the Sovereign Money Creation proposal.
What is...or Who are "Positive Money"? Check out this short new video from our annual conference featuring Positive Money team and supporters: Positive Money is a movement to democratise money and banking so that it works for society and not against it.
Financial Times has published the letter by Ben Dyson, founder of Positive Money, in response to Philip Booth's Comment from April 29th. Philip Booth argues that Martin Wolf’s proposal to “strip banks of their power to create money” (Comment, April 25) would "put this power in the hands of the “greedy or profligate” governments who have been [...]
In the last few months, I contemplated the idea of organising an event in Leicester about Money and the financial system. I first started by looking for a supportive group of individuals to do it with but after few unsuccessful attempts in recruiting people and ensuring continuous involvement, it became clear that speaking was not [...]