Reliable people, organizations, podcasts, and websites to learn MMT.

This post contains lists of many reliable experts (economists and scholars), smart laypersons, organizations, podcasts, and websites to follow in order to learn Modern Money Theory (MMT). For good first things to read, see this post: Good first academic papers to learn MMT (for the layperson).

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This post was last updated December 12, 2020.

Disclaimer: I am a layperson who has studied MMT since February of 2018. I’m not an economist or academic and I don’t speak for the MMT project. The information in this post is my best understanding but I don’t assert it to be perfectly accurate. In order to ensure accuracy, you should rely on the expert sources linked throughout. If you have feedback to improve this post, please get in touch.

MMT-based podcasts

The following podcasts are fully or largely dedicated to the topic of MMT:

The following podcasts are not dedicated to the topic of MMT, but are, or endeavor to be, fully compliant with the MMT project. (I’m sure there’s more.):

  • Historic-ly (Twitter) by Esha Krishnaswamy: Basically, the truth about history, in the face of the fire-hose of whitewash by academia and corporate media. Has several episodes about money. (I’ve recorded several non-economic episodes for Historic-ly.)
  • Physics Podcast (Twitter) recently interviewed the hosts of MMT Podcast {parts one and two.

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MMT academics (economists and scholars) on Twitter

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MMT activists (smart non-experts)

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