I am travelling all day today so no time to write at all and post. So in lieu of a more complete analysis of something interesting, I am sharing an interview I did with the Institute for New Economic Thinking (iNET) at their conference in April 2014 in Toronto Canada. iNET posted the interview on December 28, 2014 after they had finished editing and producing the material recorded in April. The interview probed the basic principles of Modern Monetary Theory (MMT) and how I think it can be extended in to the policy space. I hope you enjoy it.
Bill Mitchell: Demystifying Demystifying Modern Monetary Theory
The Institute for New Economic Thinking invited me as one of their keynote speakers at their conference in Toronto, Canada in April 2014.
As part of the visit, Marshall Auerback who is the Director of Institutional Partnerships at iNET conducted a series of interviews with some of the speakers.
This is an edited version of the interview he conducted with me as part of that series. It is 22:43 minutes.
The accompanying page – Bill Mitchell: Demystifying Modern Monetary Theoryat iNET provides an introduction to the Interview.
Thanks to Marshall for making all this happen.
And that is my blog today. Back tomorrow.
That is enough for today!
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