There is more money in the world than at any other point in human history, so why doesn’t it reach the places that need it most?, asks Fran Boait, Positive Money’s Executive Director in the article published in Open Democracy, 14th April 2015
The Department for Communities and Local Government recently released its Housing Survey for England*. The report ultimately confirms what Positive Money has been putting forward for many years, that the housing bubble continues to be a massive driver of inequality and that more and more people are being ‘priced out’ of the housing market. Certain statistics show that this is not only due to a shortage of housing, implying it is also due to the banking sector’s ability to create money out of thin air.
How the current process of money creation is causing a rise in poverty, instability and inequality (Video)
Ben Dyson, founder of Positive Money presenting at Meaning Conference 2014 on 18th November in Brighton. He got into the nitty gritty of how the current process for money creation is causing a rise in poverty, instability and inequality. And challenged the audience to imagine what a modern and sustainable system could look like.
Monetary policy is one of the most important aspects of our world. It is also among the most misunderstood, reads the article in The Week, 17th October 2014, entitled How to get America to full employment — and fast