Banking Reform by Positive Money
Why our monetary system is broken and how it can be fixed? Positive Money Founder, Ben Dyson, explains the main principles behind the monetary reform proposals which offer one of the few hopes of escaping from our current dysfunctional monetary system.
Ben Dyson on BBC Radio 4
Ben Dyson was talking 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.
The Problem: How Money is made / created
How banks create money, and why we should care
The Solution: How to Fix the Banking System (and make it less socially harmful)
This video explains the simple changes we need to make to fix our broken banking system.
Positive Money – from Lone Voice to Mainstream
Positive Money Founder, Ben Dyson, presenting the progress of the awareness raising about how money and banks really work and the progress of the campaign for monetary reform at the 3rd annual Positive Money Conference “Modernising Money” on 26th January 2013 in London.
How Does Current Banking System Affect YOU?
Ben Dyson, speaking at Just Banking Conference on 20th April in Edinburgh on what does the current banking system mean for housing, debt, inequality, jobs, businesses and taxes? (19 mins)
Power of Banks vs Democracy
You’ve probably heard the idea that money is power. If that’s true, then imagine how much power you’d have, if you could create money.
How the current money system is damaging Businesses, Society and Environment
Fran Boait, Positive Money’s Campaign and Operations Manager, presented the main reasons why we should care about the way money is created at the Positive Money conference ‘Modernising Money’ in January 2013.
How to change the money system?
Positive Money’s Campaign Director Miriam Morris presents the strategy of the campaign at the Positive Money conference 2013. “Positive Money is a Campaign. We’re not just a debating society, we’re not just a research organisation. We actually want to change something.”