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, MMT is increasingly inter- and multi-disciplinary (Economics, Humanities, Law, Sociology, etc.) Below are links to (1) our principle and below them – established and emerging – trusted sources. Then, their affiliations, platforms, think tanks, programs; and networks. See also Modern Monetary Theory for Mainstream Economists h/t @DeficitOwls
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 podcasts, videos and Twitter threads, click here.
Fadhel Kaboub (@FadhelKaboub) (@GISP_Tweets) Associate Professor of Economics at Denison University, President of the Global Institute for Sustainable Prosperity For podcasts 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.
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.
Other Voices of Note – both established and emerging
Andres Bernal @andresintheory CUNY QC Adjunct Professor, Scholar w/ @GISP_tweets;
@TedxMcallen; Speaker, @Inversedotcom; Future 50, Policy Advisor
Emma Caterine is a lawyer and writer with more than a decade of experience working within economic justice, feminist, LGBTQ, and racial justice movements. Her legal practice and writing focuses on consumer debt and financial regulation. She is a partner at the Law Office of Ahmad Keshavarz. @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)
Scott Ferguson Associate Prof of Humanities & Cultural Studies; Author Declarations of DependenceMoney, Aesthetics, and the Politics of Care Host, Money on the Left @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.
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 TankusResearch Director @thepublicmone; writes a newsletter on the Coronavirus Depression as well as all things Macroeconomics and Money called Notes on the Crises. More here.
crisesnotes (at)gmail (dot)comnathantankus.substack.com/subscribe
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 – Online, interactive instruction in Modern Monetary Theory. Bill Mitchell in partnership with leading proponents of MMT across the globe.
Modern Money Network: “A student-driven initiative promoting public understanding of money, finance, law, and the economy.” “Promoting Public Understanding of Money & Finance Through Education, Discussion & Scholarship” in partnership with
UMKC, The Global Institute for Sustainable Prosperity, The National Jobs for All Coalition, The Levy Institute, The Urban Academy Laboratory High School and The Debt Collective. @thepublicmoney MMN YouTube Channel