While the basics are straightforward and appeal greatly to common sense, we rely upon experts who continue to build a body of knowledge and lead us through the decades-in-the-making thicket of misinformation and disinformation that can inhibit our understanding of how the money systems of sovereign governments actually work. Fortunately we have them, and as we find them, links to their compiled writing for the general public. Here are our primary -— institutional and individual –– trusted sources: Leading Practitioners; Think Tanks and University Based Programs; and Networks.
Scott Fullwiler: Assistant Professor of Economics at UMKC, Research Scholar, Binzagr Institute @stf18
Stephanie Kelton: Professor of Public Policy & Economics @stonybrooku. Formerly Chief Economist, U.S. Senate Budget Committee & Advisor to Bernie 2016. Founding Fellow @TheSandersInst, @StephanieKelton
Bill Mitchell, Professor in Economics and Director, Centre of Full Employment and Equity (CofFEE), University of Newcastle, NSW, Australia. – billy blog – Modern Monetary Theory … macroeconomic reality. @billy_blog
L. Randall Wray, Professor of Economics at Bard College and Senior Scholar Levy Economics Institute of Bard College @levyecon
Think tanks & university based programs
Center for Full Employment and Price Stability (at Univ of Missouri-Kansas City) No longer active. Archive only
Centre of Full Employment and Equity (CofFEE), University of Newcastle, NSW, Australia.
MMT University – From Bill Mitchell. Online, interactive instruction in Modern Monetary Theory in partnership with leading proponents of MMT across the Globe
Modern Money Network: Student-run and student-conceived. “Promoting Public Understanding of Money & Finance Through Education, Discussion & Scholarship.”