Ben Dyson, Founder of 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.
Why do most mainstream economists not recognise the relevance of monetary reform? Prof Joseph Huber discusses this in the new passages of his paper entitled “Sovereign Money in Critical Context”:
IPPR, the Institute for Public Policy Research, one of the UK’s leading thinktanks, published new report this week. In this report they argue for structural reform to address the deeper institutional arrangements that underpin financialisation and call for establishment of an in-depth parliamentary commission to investigate the role of money and credit within the economy.
The people of Scotland are in a unique position – the independence debate has presented us the opportunity to re-imagine our nation afresh. We can ask: what would the country look like if we designed it from scratch today?