Millions of words and thousands of pages are devoted to the subject of economics every year.

Yet we have…

financial meltdowns and crushing debt

staggering levels of inequality and economic injustice

and catastrophic environmental destruction.


Wouldn’t it be useful to have an economics that had something to do with solving our economic problems and creating a fair harmonious structure where people can live and co-exist?

Economics is typically defined in academic circles as a social science that studies the production, distribution, and consumption of goods and services. Notice that the definition doesn’t include the word money. Nor does it mention doing anything to solve our economic problems or create a workable system.

This website is here to suggest—and to demonstrate—that modern economics cannot reasonably be separated from money and banking, and that many of the worst problems we’re facing today are tied to a very deep dysfunction in the banking and money systems, particularly in the way money is created. See How the Banking System Works and How Banks Create Money.

Last updated: April 26, 2023

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