Zoe Williams, Guardian:
“Coolly authoritative, soberly trenchant, unexpectedly compelling, Ann Pettifor’s book is vital in both senses, important and full of life.”
Charles Goodhart, Emeritus Professor, London School of Economics:
“Pettifor has a splendidly clear vision, both of money creation and of the role of banks. There is a great deal to applaud here, including her critique of mainstream economic models, which continue to ignore money and banking or, alternatively, get that horribly wrong.”
Yanis Varoufakis – ex-Greek Finance Minister, author of And the Weak Suffer What They Must?:
“Ann Pettifor was always the ideal author of a book that shatters the fantasy of apolitical money and the toxic myth that monetary policy must remain a democracy-free zone. This book is now a reality.”
Published in February, 2017. Watch Ann Pettifor launch the book here, at the London School of Economics.