Mar 18, 2020
Welcome to episode nineteen of Activist #MMT. Today is part two of my conversation with PhD political scientist, author, and MMT-er Joe Firestone. Joe and I talk about the core differences between Modern Monetary Theory and Monetary Reform. Monetary Reform is a movement represented and promoted by organizations such as Positive Money in the U.K. and the American Monetary Institute (AMI) in the United States.
This is also the second in a larger four part series on these differences. Parts three and four are with prominent Monetary Reform advocate Dan Sullivan.
A full introduction to this episode can be found before part one.
For an overview of Modern Monetary Theory (MMT) with many reliable sources to learn more, here is a good place to start:
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