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 a growing compilation of links to their writing and presentations for their colleagues, their students and for the general public.
Notably, the public conversation about MMT and the economic policies and practices of sovereign nations is increasingly both inter and multi disciplinary (Economics, Humanities, Law, Sociology, etc.) Below principle MMT economists is a growing list of established and emerging contributors from multiple disciplines.
Mathew Forstater (@mattybram) Professor of Economics at UMKC; Research Director, Global Institute for Sustainable Prosperity. Working Papers. For videos and podcasts — c/o Global Institute for Sustainable Prosperity — click here.
Scott Fullwiler (@stf18) Assistant Professor of Economics at UMKC; Research Scholar, Global Institute for Sustainable Prosperity. Posts in New Economic Perspectives and Naked Capitalism For more, including podcasts, videos and Twitter threads, see HERE.
Fadhel Kaboub (@FadhelKaboub) (@GISP_Tweets) Associate Professor of Economics at Denison University, President of the Global Institute for Sustainable Prosperity For more, including podcasts, poetry and videos, click here
Stephanie Kelton (@StephanieKelton) Professor of Public Policy & Economics, Stony Brook University. Formerly Chief Economist, U.S. Senate Budget Committee & Advisor to Bernie 2016. Founding Fellow @TheSandersInst, @stonybrooku
For podcasts, video and Twitter threads, click here.
Bill Mitchell (@billy_blog) Professor in Economics and Director, Centre of Full Employment and Equity (CofFEE), University of Newcastle, NSW, Australia. Bill Mitchell – Modern Monetary Theory • Macroeconomic research, teaching and advocacy. For podcasts and videos, click here
Warren Mosler (@wbmosler) American economist and theorist, author of The 7 Deadly Innocent Frauds of Economic Policy. Mosler posts at Mosler Economics: The Center of the Universe. For podcasts and videos click here. July 2020 White Paper: Fundamentals of MMT.
Pavlina Tcherneva (@ptcherneva) Economics for Shared Prosperity Director, Economics Program, Bard College. Research Scholar, Levy Economics Institute. Posts at New Economic Perspectives For podcasts and videos, click here.
Eric Tymoigne (@tymoignee) Associate Professor of Economics at Lewis and Clark College; Research Associate, Levy Economics Institute of Bard College. Posts at New Economic Perspectives Click here for more.
L. Randall Wray Professor of Economics at Bard College and Senior Scholar Levy Economics Institute of Bard College @levyecon Posts at New Economic Perspectives For podcasts and videos, click here.
From Multiple Fields: Established and Emerging Contributors of Note —
Nina Banks @Nina_EBanks, Associate Professor of Economics, Bucknell University
Andres Bernal (@andresintheory) Lecturer of Urban Studies at CUNY Queens College. Doctoral student at The New School For Public Engagement, Division of Policy Management and Environment. Research focus on the Green New Deal as a site of political communication and policy analysis. Research Fellow at the Global Institute for Sustainable Prosperity. Visiting Research Fellow at the University of Missouri Kansas City Department of Economics.
Ashley Burke (@lilburke247) Law and Political Economy at Georgetown “a community of Georgetown Law students and faculty exploring how the law shapes and is shaped by systems of political and economic power.”
Emma Caterine (@EmmaCaterineDSA) Lawyer and writer. Legal practice and writing focuses on consumer debt and financial regulation. Partner at the Law Office of Ahmad Keshavarz. Contributor to Economic justice, feminist, LGBTQ, and racial justice movements.
Raul Carillo (@RaulACarrillo) — Chair, Modern Money Network (@themmtnetwork); Deputy Director, Law and Political Economy Project; 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)
Scott Ferguson (@videotroph) Associate Prof of Humanities & Cultural Studies; Author Declarations of DependenceMoney, Aesthetics, and the Politics of Care Host, Money on the Left
Rohan Grey (@RohanGrey) Ass’t Prof. @WillametteLaw. President, @TheMMTNetwork. Vice-Chair (Privacy) Digital Fiat Currency Institute (http://dfc-institute.org), Network Manager @FreedomBoxFndn. More
Steven Hail (@StevenHailAus) Lecturer, University of Adelaide, School of Economics Independent Australia; Green Modern Monetary Theory and Practice (Facebook); Author Economics for Sustainable Prosperity. More here.
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. More
John Haskell; University of Manchester School of Law); The Political Economy Turn in International Law and Why Money Matters
Luke Herrine (@LDHerrine) Managing Editor of the LPE Blog (@LPEblog) and a PhD Candidate at Yale Law School.
Lachlan McCall ANU econ grad student at UMKC. Author, ‘A Modern Framework for Thinking About Debt and Deficits’
Sam Levey (@SamHLevey @DeficitOwls)
UMKC Economics grad student! MMT and heterodox macro & political economy. Mobilization economics. Machine learning. Modern Monetary Theory for Mainstream Economists
Karina Patrício Ferreira Lima; University of Leeds School of Law; Durham Law School, Legal Political Economy of Sovereign Insolvency Governance
Maxximilian Seijo (@maxseijo) Host, Money on the Left.
Nathan Tankus Research Director, Modern Monetary Network (@theMMTNetwork); writes Notes on the Crises • Crises from a monetary, political economy perspective..
Lua Kamal Yuille (@ProfYuille) Professor of Law, Affiliated Professor of Latin American and Caribbean Studies, University of Kansas, School of Law