Since we stopped linking to the Guardian, there is no one we have missed more than Larry Elliot. He is one of the best informed critics of the EU.
After eight grueling years of austerity, Greece today emerged from its bailout program. The $330 billion in loans from the European Union, the European Central Bank, and the International Monetary Fund saved the country from […]
Patricia and Christian chat with economics professor and president of the Global Institute For Sustainable Prosperity, Fadhel Kaboub about the meaning and importance of monetary sovereignty, MMT in relation to developing countries, Venezuela, colonialism, Scottish […]
The essential insight of Modern Monetary Theory (or “MMT”) is that sovereign, currency-issuing countries are only constrained by real limits. They are not constrained, and cannot be constrained, by purely financial limits because, as issuers […]