Sadly, any significant change is likely to be glacial or even third rate populist intellect and so regressive. What economic and monetary reform actually needs is a mass social movement akin to MLK, Jr.’s civil rights movement in the USA in the 60’s. Because aggregate individual income is inherently scarce in ratio to total costs and so total prices 90% of successful business is marketing. We need to sell monetary abundance to those people whose interests dovetail with it like students, the small to medium sized businessman….and probably 75% of the general populace. That’s the only effective way to get terminally orthodox economists and terminally power craving pols focused enough to act.