Tweet 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.
On July 27, 2014, Paul Krugman writes in The New York Times: In recent decisions, the conservative majority on the Supreme Court has made clear its view that corporations are people, with all the attendant rights.
Episode 346 of the Matthew Filipowicz Show is now available to stream and download. Coming up on today's show we have Professor Stephanie Kelton here to discuss what many progressives are getting wrong in the debate about the economy.
On July 27. 2014, Michael Snyder writes on The Economic Collapse: The global economy is structured to systematically funnel wealth to the very top of the pyramid, and this centralization of global wealth is accelerating with each passing year. ...
The financial crisis that ran from 2007 to 2009 has been called a "Minsky Moment," meaning it offered a much-needed reminder to all economists of Hyman Minsky's neglected dictum that "capitalism is essentially a financial system."
But even with this reminder, it is hard to know what to do next, since it is difficult to express Minsky's vision using the standard equilibrium methods of economics. Arguably that is one reason that Minsky has remained a minority taste in economics.
Steve Keen, a grantee of the Institute for New Economic Thinking, wants to change all that by developing a computer simulation tool that captures the monetary side of the economy in a realistic way, including its non-linear dynamic development over time.
Over the coming months we'll be presenting spotlights on our currencies to show just how they are having impact to people's lives. We're starting with Spice Time Credits, looking at a case study from a time banks in Cardiff, ...
Tweet 1. We’ve given the power to create money to the banks, with no accountability Banks create money when they make loans, which means that they effectively control where newly created money goes to in the economy.