A little about us… launched in 2019, The Money Question is hosted by Positive Money; an organisation campaigning to reform the money and banking system to enable a fair, democratic and sustainable economy.
The Money Question seeks to foster the diverse and growing debate on money and the monetary system.
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“It is good that Positive Money is providing a forum for discussion on many issues relating to the nature and workings of a monetary system. There are many issues still to be finally resolved, so the subject remains fresh and fascinating. Like all of us, Positive Money has its own views, but is commendably eclectic and prepared to give a hearing to a range of alternative ideas on these matters, including, I hope, my own. I trust that this will provide a successful and beneficial forum for setting out many ideas on this crucial subject.”
‘The money question’ is one of the oldest and most stubborn problems in economics. Renewed interest in the problem comes at a time when access to information has been democratised via the internet, and good conversation on social media has the power to support and enhance knowledge creation. However, if …
What have we achieved by studying full-reserve banking? And what remains to be done in the future? By focusing on conceptual work, economic modelling and empirical research, I try to provide an answer. Just recently, I finished a doctoral dissertation that focused on full-reserve banking. More precisely, I studied historical …