By Steve Baker Economics, Events31 October 10 Honest Money at the Libertarian Alliance Conference 2010 Yesterday, I gave a talk at the Libertarian Alliance Conference 2010 entitled Honest Money and the Future of Banking. Please click the image below for the slides. Video footage of my presentation will be available shortly. TagsBankingblogHonest MoneyPresentationReform Share on Facebook Twitter Pinterest Google + LinkedIn Email Previous articleGoodbye Dollar: Has the Federal Reserve given up? Next articleLiam Halligan: Mervyn King makes a stand for reform as banks seem intent on forgetting You may also like Economic Ideas: The Institutions and Economics of the Middle Ages, Part 1 A history of Fractional Reserve Banking – or why interest rates are the most important influence on stock market valuations? Part 2 Fed’s official expressed concern of a possible low natural rate 2 Comments Lee Kelly says: 31 October 10 at 22:26 Another interesting way that money is created is when some asset becomes generally accepted as a medium of exchange. Really, there are degrees of money-ness, and assets may become more or less money-like for various reasons. Pingback: Steve Baker MP: Honest Money and the Future of Banking » The Cobden Centre Comments are closed.