Josh Ryan-Collins

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Our friends in the city

Our banking system is still dangerously dysfunctional. Post-crisis reforms failed to fully address the risks posed by the City of London, and with banks back in the driving seat, these reforms are already being rolled back. We cannot afford a return to business as usual.

ScotPound: digital currency for the common good

A new socially inclusive payment system for Scotland

Financial System Resilience Index

Our Financial System Resilience Index, based on insights from complexity science, reveals that the UK’s resilience declined dramatically in the 2000s to levels far below those of other leading industrial economies. Despite some marginal improvements since the crisis of 2008, without major structural changes our financial system remains at risk of future crisis.

Financial system impact of disruptive innovation

Working paper for the United Nations Environment Programme inquiry

Strategic quantitative easing

Stimulating investment to rebalance the economy

Energising money

An introduction to energy currencies and accounting

Where Does Money Come From?

A guide to the UK monetary and banking system

Quid Pro Quo

Redressing the privileges of the banking industry

UK household greenhouse gas emissions: the implications

The distribution of total greenhouse gas emissions by households in the UK, and some implications for social policy

House Prices and the UK Economy

An overview with three scenarios

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