Covid-19 Capitalism, Neoliberal Debt & the Need for Sovereign Money
Commentary. Tim Di Muzio , Associate Professor of International Relations and Political Economy, University of Wollongong, Australia, April 1, 2020. This is a similar tale to the one experienced by British engineer
Shadow Banking and Its Implications for Monetary Reform
What are Shadow Banks? Shadow banks are financial entities which do things much like banks do. Under a variety of names, they borrow and they lend. The difference is that
Alliance For Just Money The US Constitution gives the power to create money to the Congress, for reasons stated in the Preamble. The money creation power
The Athens Monetary Literacy Group
By John Glazer. The Athens Monetary Literacy Group in Athens Ohio officially began in June 2016 after six months of group founder John Howell exploring the idea, laying foundations, testing
Statement by the Alliance For Just Money on the Open Letter “Rethinking the Role of Banks in Economics Education”
In February 2019 economics students at the University in Maastricht in the Netherlands penned an open letter in which they challenged their economics professors and their textbooks on the money
Review: The End of Banking
The End of Banking. By Jonathan McMillan, Zurich, Switzerland: Zero/One Economics, 2016. Review by John Howell. McMillan’s approach to monetary reform represents an alternative to the National Emergency Employment Defense (NEED) Act.
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