00. Introduction

01. History of Modern Money

02. Essential Features of Modern Money

03. Modern Money at Work

04. Fiat Money

05. National Economy: Accounting Algebra

06. Deficit Spending 101 Part 1

07. Budget Deficit Accounting

08. What the Government Budget Constraint means

09. Deficit Spending 101 Part 2

10. Deficit Spending 101 Part 3

11. The role of the Central Bank (Federal Reserve)

12. Crowding Out is a Myth

13. Budget Surpluses are not National Savings

14. Will we really pay higher interest rates?

15. Will we really pay higher taxes?

16. How large of a deficit is acceptable?

17. Fiscal Sustainability 101 Part 1a

18. Fiscal Sustainability 101 Part 1b

19. Fiscal Sustainability 101 Part 2a

20. Fiscal Sustainability 101 Part 2b

21. Fiscal Sustainability 101 Part 3a

22. Fiscal Sustainability 101 Part 3b

23. Fiscal Sustainability 101 Part 3c

24. Fiscal Sustainability 101 Part 3d

25. A Simple Business Card Economy

26. What is Inflation?

27. Zimbabwe’s Hyper-inflation

28. Russia a victim of the peg

29. Argentina’s Hyper-inflation

30. Quantitative Easing Explained Correctly

31. Quantitative Easing is Bodgy

32. How the Bond Market Began

33. NAIRU is a myth

34. Full Employment with a Job Guarantee

35. Structural Deficits – the great con job!

36. Stock Flow Consistency Part I

37. Stock Flow Consistency Part II

38. How Money Works

39. Cause of Mass Unemployment (includes the Mechanics of Bonds)

40. When is a Deficit Bad?

41. Deficits are Our Saving!

42. Fallacy of Composition: Fiscal Austerity

43. Controlling Inflation

44. Job Guarantee & Inflation Control

45. Natural Rate of Interest is Zero

46. Myth of the Money Multiplier

47. Supply Side Inflation

48. A Brief for Any Future Federal Government

49. Trade & Current Account Balance Explained

50. The Great Recession Explained



11 Responses to #LearnMMT

  1. helsworth says:

    I hate Bill Mitchell’s writing style. He hardly uses “,” and he stretches sentences way too much. And sometimes he uses confusing link words in order to connect his ideas. Nevertheless, he is a brilliant thinker. But I find Warren Mosler, Wray,Galbraith, Hudson, and Fullwiler as easier to read.


    • Senexx says:

      I’m Australian based and until Peter Cooper (heteconomist.com) came along, Bill Mitchell was the only one talking relevantly about Australia. I believe PeterMartin2001 is also Australian based but also mentions a lot about the UK (dual citizen I think).


      • helsworth says:

        I didn’t know Peter Cooper was australian. I agree with you. Bill Mitchell is one of the founders of MMT; he certainly made it popular in the blogosphere.


  2. derekmc7 says:

    Crowding out is real!!! Affluent are crowding out public interest and needs of the poor because of broken policies. Public needs to reclaim authority over its money, stop serving the whims of the rich.


    • Senexx says:

      “Crowding out” is used in many different senses. Please continue to read the articles in full to understand what is meant by Crowding out here.


    • helsworth says:

      What Senexx said.
      Also, recent independent IMF study (all competent research does not automatically represent IMF views) found that increased public investment raises output, both in the short term and in the long term, crowds in private investment, and reduces unemployment. Public investment is also more effective in boosting output in countries with higher public investment efficiency and when it is financed by issuing debt.


  3. derekmc7 says:

    I was trying to turn the concept of crowding out on its head. U guys are awesome. I’ll keep reading.


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