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Interview with Martin Sandbu

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I was interviewed by Martin Sandbu about the nature of money, in particular the importance of borrowers to the creation of money. A video was filmed at Bank Job, a wonderful charity dedicated to a) promoting understanding of money, b) cancelling the debts of the people of Walthamstow and c) using art to both advocate and fundraise. A link to their website is included here. Ann being interviewed by Daniel Edelstyn [embedded content] Related Posts

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I was interviewed by Martin Sandbu about the nature of money, in particular the importance of borrowers to the creation of money. A video was filmed at Bank Job, a wonderful charity dedicated to a) promoting understanding of money, b) cancelling the debts of the people of Walthamstow and c) using art to both advocate and fundraise. A link to their website is included here.

Interview with Martin Sandbu
Ann being interviewed by Daniel Edelstyn
Ann Pettifor
I’m Ann Pettifor, author and analyst of the global financial system, and co-author of The Green New Deal (2008). I predicted an Anglo-American debt-deflationary crisis back in 2003, and in September, 2006 published The Coming First World Debt Crisis (Palgrave). I am known for my work on the sovereign debts of low income countries and for leading an international movement for the cancellation of debts, Jubilee 2000.

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