'Rethinking Public Assets: Innovations in Money'

Debates about money and wider monetary policy rarely make headlines – but times are changing. Recent events like the Scottish referendum and the election of Jeremy Corbyn, with his support for “people’s quantitative easing”, have got people talking about the purpose of monetary policy and the nature of money itself. This seminar will examine whether our monetary system is fit to meet the challenges of the future. 

With: Tony Greenham, Director of Economy, Enterprise and Manufacturing, RSA;  Fran Boait, Executive Director, Positive Money and Duncan McCann, Researcher, New Economics Foundation. 

This panel is the second in the series, 'Rethinking Public Assets.'


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Speakers: Tony Greenham, Fran Boait , Duncan McCann, Daniel Butt

Dr Daniel Butt is Associate Professor of Political Theory, and Fellow and Tutor in Politics, Balliol College, MPhil in Political Theory Course Director.