12 Nov 2020

Dear Friends of the American Monetary Institute, Our 16th Annual AMI Conference will take place on November 13, 14, 15, and because of the pandemic it will be a ZOOM Conference. The schedule is below and we look forward to your presence as a participant, speaker, or discussant. Participant cost is $25.00 and that is a flat fee for the whole conference. The speakers on Saturday will ass...

30 Oct 2020

The Alliance For Just Money is excited to have stepped into the publishing business by releasing a Spanish anthology of a dozen translations of high quality articles on the latest findings in monetary theory and on ongoing improved reasons for real monetary reform. The title is Democratizar el Dinero. Una introducción a la Reforma del Dinero Soberano (Democratizing Money: An introduct...

25 Oct 2020

A different vision of money and banking As part of their web conference series, "Monetary and Economic Aspects of the Corona Crisis",  IMMR member, Monetative e.V. held a CBDC presentation and Q&A with Miguel F. Ordonez, former Governor of the Bank of Spain on October 15, 2020.  You can watch a replay of the session here: [lyte id='_' /] Transcript below or click here: (THANKS) ...

06 Oct 2020

by Mark Young While I support and agree that sovereign monetary reform, as defined by monetary reformers, has the potential to change the lives for the better throughout the world, there are several potential consequences and obstacles that must be discussed and solutions provided before full implementation can be considered on a national and international level. These consequences and ...

29 Sep 2020

Why freeing American households and businesses from crippling private debt would be a boon to the economy. By Richard Vague We were drowning in debt before the COVID-19 crisis, and now we are deluged in it. “Total debt” is the sum of public (government) and private-sector debt—and private-sector debt is comprised of business and household debt: for example, student loans, mortgage...

26 Aug 2020

Tim Di Muzio [1] This is a similar tale to the one experienced by British engineer Major C.H. Douglas just before the outbreak of World War I. Douglas was working on the London tube when his superiors announced that there was no more public money for any further construction. The budget had been reached and construction would have to halt. Douglas thought this strange since the materi...

28 May 2020

To avoid leaving the European Central Bank (ECB) at the endless mercy of legal uncertainty surrounding its mandate, it is urgent that EU leaders finally engage in a long overdue revision of the EU Treaty’s monetary financing prohibition rule. This week, the German Federal Constitutional Court has released a dramatic ruling which will have important long-term consequences for the futur...

16 Apr 2020

Funding the public response to the corona crisis without increasing debt and austerity. With Europe in lock-down, awareness is rising that monetary financing is the appropriate way to fund the public response to the corona-crisis. Member States should not be forced to look for funding on the capital market. Instead, they should receive targeted funding directly from their national centr...