Government deficits have gotten a bad rap, says economist Stephanie Kelton. In this groundbreaking talk, she makes the case to stop looking at government spending as a path towards frightening piles of debt, but rather as a financial contribution to the things that matter — like health care, education, infrastructure and beyond. “We have the resources we need to begin repairing our broken systems,” Kelton says. “But we have to believe it’s possible.”
Stuart Medina Miltimore – The battle for a progressive Europe: Next Generation or Lost Generation EU?
An informative presentation and lively discussion, with prominent Spanish MMT economist, activist and founder of RedMMT, Stuart Medina Miltimore, on the implications of MMT for the future of progressive reform for the nations of Europe […]
This is a superb history of economic crises since the early 1800s till today, focusing on the issue we agree is the fundamental cause of such crises: a boom and then bust in private debt. […]
If the west decouples itself from China and other autocratic regimes, just as we have done, to an extent with Russia, what does that mean for international trade? What does it mean for international investment […]