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- The Neoliberal Blockbuster: Toy Story Part 2 (Full Episode)
- The Last House on the Left
- Superstructure: Comforted & Chastened : A Liz Bruenig Special
- Superstructure: 27 - Sunrise or DSA?
- The Philosophy of Money with Graham Hubbs
- Zero-hour contracts in the UK are an affront to progress
- Do Sectoral Rates of Surplus Value Tend to Equalize, and Why Ask?
- Housing starts, buying conditions for houses, fiscal policy forecast
- Bill Mitchell — ECB researchers find fiscal policy is very effective and more so if central banks buy up the debt
- Is China Facing a Minsky Moment? — Philip Pilkington
Author Archives: Senexx
To all economists in the Australian media that follow the Neoclassical/New Keynesian/New Monetary Consensus paradigm I have a question. My question is do you disagree with this: There are only three ways to put the private sector in surplus Run … Continue reading
UNDER DEVELOPMENT Are you looking for an introduction to Modern Money (MMT)? The video to the right of screen is a terrific introduction. You may then have some questions. The video below is another good introductory guide. I strongly recommend … Continue reading
Modern Monetary Theory recognises that the government has infinite capacity to spend and that the constraint on spending is always inflation never insolvency. One of the many myths that crop up about MMT is that it allows an infinite size deficit. … Continue reading
In the comments section at The Conversation, Professor Richard Holden does mention one fairly common criticism of MMT Accounting Identities as Behavioural Relationships I have addressed this in a previous Critic Engagement piece. Bill Mitchell has two blogs that addresses … Continue reading