Modern Monetary Theory (MMT) has been a minor heterodox economic school in academia for the last couple of decades. Its stature in public policy and academic circles has grown mostly through a very informal academic blogosphere that emerged in the late 1990s and 2000s outside of the academic institutions themselves. Inspiration for MMT can be traced back to the thinking of the economists George Friedrich Knapp, Hyman Minsky, and Wynne Godly who all advocate for an active government that would take decisive actions in financial markets and the economy to curb excesses and optimize output. The founders and most well-known…

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