Category Archives: MMT Textbook

Posts which provide drafts of the upcoming Modern Monetary Theory textbook by William Mitchell and Randy Wray

The NAIRU/Output gap scam reprise

It is Wednesday and despite being on the other side of the Planet than usual (in Helsinki at present) I am still not intending to write a detailed blog post today. I am quite busy here – teaching MMT to … Read the rest of this entry »

Posted in Admin, Eurozone, Fiscal Statements, Higher Education, Inflation, MMT Textbook, Music | 14 Comments

The erroneous ‘lets have a little, some or no MMT’ narrative

It is Wednesday – so just a few observations and then we get down a bit dirty (funky that is). Today, I consider the GND a bit, critics of MMT, Japan, and more. Never a dull moment really. I didn’t … Read the rest of this entry »

Posted in Central banking, Economics, Fiscal Statements, Framing and Language, Japan, MMT Textbook, UK Economy, US economy | 55 Comments

The Twitter echo chamber

It is Wednesday so just a few things to report and discuss. I have noted in recent weeks an upsurge in the Twitter noise about Modern Monetary Theory (MMT) and various statements along the lines that MMT economists are male … Read the rest of this entry »

Posted in Framing and Language, MMT Textbook, Music | 42 Comments

MMT and pluralism in economics

I am recording some promotional videos in London today for Macmillan Higher Education who will publish our forthcoming textbook – Macroeconomics on March 11, 2019. These will be the first of many short videos to support the teaching program outlined … Read the rest of this entry »

Posted in Economics, Framing and Language, MMT Textbook | 44 Comments

Economics curriculum is needed to work against selfishness and for altruism

It is Wednesday and so just some snippets. I have written about the behavioural impacts that studying mainstream economics, particularly the microeconomics component can have on students as they progress through their studies. I have observed sort of nice young … Read the rest of this entry »

Posted in Economics, MMT Textbook, Music | 25 Comments

Paradigm shift – not from the CORE Econ Project – as mainstream as you will get

Next Friday (September 22, 2017), I will be presenting at a panel on developments associated with the proposed MMT University and our new MMT Macroeconomics textbook, which will be published by Macmillan in April 2018. The panel will present during … Read the rest of this entry »

Posted in Framing and Language, MMT Textbook | 12 Comments

Friday Lay Day – ruminations on MMT and the JG

It’s my Friday Lay Day blog and today I’m spending some time travelling and some time thinking about the Modern Monetary Theory (MMT) textbook that I’ve been promising to finish for some time. I can confidently say now that we … Read the rest of this entry »

Posted in Economics, Friday, Job Guarantee, MMT Textbook | 122 Comments

Growth and Inequality – Part 4

I am now using Friday’s blog space to provide draft versions of the Modern Monetary Theory textbook that I am writing with my colleague and friend Randy Wray. We expect to publish the text sometime around mid-2014. Our (very incomplete) … Read the rest of this entry »

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Growth and Inequality – Part 3

I am now using Friday’s blog space to provide draft versions of the Modern Monetary Theory textbook that I am writing with my colleague and friend Randy Wray. We expect to publish the text sometime around mid-2014. Our (very incomplete) … Read the rest of this entry »

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Growth and Inequality – Part 2

I am now using Friday’s blog space to provide draft versions of the Modern Monetary Theory textbook that I am writing with my colleague and friend Randy Wray. We expect to publish the text sometime around mid-2014. Our (very incomplete) … Read the rest of this entry »

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