MMT is multidisciplinary and interdisciplinary – (Economics, Humanities, Law, Sociology, etc.)
Andres Bernal @andresintheory CUNY QC Adjunct Professor, Scholar w/ @GISP_tweets;
@TedxMcallen; Speaker, @Inversedotcom; Future 50, Policy Advisor
• Emma Caterine @EmmaCaterineDSA
• Raul Carillo @RaulACarrillo chair @thepublicmoney; fintech w/ @demandprogress
& @realbankreform; @cfpb; @neweconomynyc alum.
William Darity Jr. (@SandyDarity) Samuel DuBois Cook Professor of Public Policy, African and African American Studies, and Economics; Director, Samuel DuBois Cook Center on Social Equity, Duke U
• Dirk Ehnts @DEhnts economist based in Berlin, author of “Modern Monetary Theory and European Macroeconomics”, „Geld und Kredit: eine €-päische Perspektive”, GNDforEurope (co)
• Jakob Feinig
• Scott Ferguson @Videotroph
• Rohan Grey @RohanGrey President,@thepublicmoney. Research Director,Digital Fiat Currency Institute (http://dfc-institute.org). Doctoral Fellow,@cornellLaw, Network Manager, @FreedomBoxFndn
• Steven Hail (@StevenHailAus) Lecturer, University of Adelaide, School of Economics Independent Australia; Green Modern Monetary Theory and Practice (Facebook); Author Economics for Sustainable Prosperity.
• Darrick Hamilton (@DarrickHamilton) Professor of Economics & Policy; Dir of PhD Program in Policy at The New School. Beginning Jan 2019: Executive Director of the Kirwan Institute for the Study of Race and Ethnicity at Ohio state university.
• John Haskell
• Sam Levey @SamHLevey @DeficitOwls
UMKC Economics grad student! MMT and heterodox macro & political economy. Mobilization economics. Machine learning. Modern Monetary Theory for Mainstream Economists – Also putting this in the primary sources page
• Maren Poitras – Filmmaker
• Maxximilian Seijo (@maxseijo) Host, Money on the Left. Junior board member of Modern Money Network’s Humanities Division, and Research Fellow at the Global Institute for Sustainable Prosperity. Ph.D. student, Comparative Literature at the University of California at Santa Barbara. BA in Economics and an MA in Film & Media Studies from the University of South Florida. Scholarship focuses on historical intersections between critical theory, media theory and heterodox political economy.
Nathan Tankus On March 19, influenced by his observations of the US Treasury and the Fed’s response to the novel Corona virus, Nathan Tankus introduced a series of essays on monetary policy beginning with Sign of the Times- Tankus’s Crises Substack • What the main economic problem is and how to think about responding to it. His growing contribution to thinking about Monetary Policy is here.
See also A 28-Year-Old With No Degree Becomes a Must-Read on the Economy • Subscribers to Nathan Tankus’s newsletter, Notes on the Crises, aren’t bothered by his lack of diplomas.
— Peter Coy, Bloomberg News July 2, 2020
• @agoingaccount (suggested by K Cannon)
• @tragicbios (suggested by K Cannon)
• @autogestion77 (suggested by K Cannon)
• William Saas (@billysaas) Host, Money on the Left
• Nathan Tankus @NathanTankus
Money on the Left is a monthly, interdisciplinary podcast that reclaims money’s public powers for imaginative intersectional politics.
Hosting critical conversations with leading historians, theorists, organizers, and activists, the show develops insights from Modern Monetary Theory and constitutional approaches to money to advance new forms of left thinking and practice.
Money on the Left is the official podcast of the Modern Money Network’s Humanities Division. It is hosted by William Saas, Maxximilian Seijo and Scott Ferguson and presented in partnership with Monthly Review magazine.
Sanjukta Paul and Lua Yullie