MMT goes big time
Modern Monetary Theory keeps getting more and more attention – now from one of the true giants, Paul Krugman. Note that PK doesn’t get it yet. The first step to understanding is engaging.
Jessie is backing down..
Interfluidity is on the case.
Rodger – what do you think now?
- Why Shadow Government Statistics is very, very, very wrong.
- Dennis Rodman was mind-bogglingly awesome, and I'm back
- Can a Sovereign Debt Jubilee Work for the Eurozone?
- "The most important event in the history of humanity since the domestication of animals and plants" happened in a country with Debt to GDP greater than 150%
- Tyler Cowen: Weak Opinions, Strongly Held, and blind in real-time
- Job at McDonalds harder to get than acceptance to Harvard
- RT @Noahpinion: Sometimes you forget what an awesome econ reporter Cardiff Garcia is. But never for very long... ftalphaville.ft.com/2014/09/30/198… 6 hours ago
- RT @LaurenLaCapra: Of course the L train is delayed & massively crowded at 8:30 pm because rush hour never ends on the L train. 9 hours ago
- RT @Green_Footballs: Yup, there goes @ChuckCJohnson with his ignorant fear-mongering post about nonexistent "airborne Ebola." 9 hours ago
- RT @BruceBartlett: How soon before wanker economists like Larry Kudlow flip-flop and start complaining that the strong dollar is killing ex… 11 hours ago
- RT @ArtPatten1: Germany's vision for euro may actually be worse for employment/credit than a chronically undersupplied gold standard. http:… 12 hours ago