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Bill Mitchell

Bill Mitchell is a Professor in Economics and Director of the Centre of Full Employment and Equity (CofFEE), at the University of Newcastle, NSW, Australia. He is also a professional musician and plays guitar with the Melbourne Reggae-Dub band – Pressure Drop. The band was popular around the live music scene in Melbourne in the late 1970s and early 1980s. The band reformed in late 2010.

Videos by Bill Mitchell

Professor William Mitchell – The paradigm shift in macroeconomics

This is a presentation to the New Zealand Fabian Society on August 16, 2020.

We discuss Modern Monetary Theory, the constraints on government spending, buffer stocks and redefining the meaning of productive work.

Further information:
1. Blog – http://bilbo.economicoutlook.net/blog
2. Centre of Full Employment and Equity – http://www.fullemployment.net
3. MMTed – http://www.mmted.org
4. Home Page – http://www.billmitchell.org

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Professor William Mitchell – The paradigm shift in macroeconomics

This is a presentation to the New Zealand Fabian Society on August 16, 2020. We discuss Modern Monetary Theory, the constraints on government spending, buffer stocks and redefining the meaning of productive work. Further information: 1. Blog – http://bilbo.economicoutlook.net/blog 2. Centre of Full Employment and Equity – http://www.fullemployment.net 3. MMTed – http://www.mmted.org 4. Home Page …

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How an MMT understanding informs fiscal stimulus design – Professor William Mitchell

In this presentation, Professor William Mitchell will develop a set of criteria for assessing the likely effectiveness of a fiscal policy initiative. This particular crisis is unusual in that it combines supply and demand elements and government-enforced closures. In that sense, the design of the fiscal policy intervention is particularly difficult.

The presentation will go through a number of desirable fiscal options to match the specific situation using this framework.

We will also discuss why we should not worry about the size of the fiscal deficits that are required to overcome the medical and socio-economic problems created by the coronavirus crisis.

This event is being conducted in conjunction with the Modern Money Australia group’s Seminar Series.

More information:

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Flattening the Phillips Curve – the Job Guarantee

This video describes the way in which an employment buffer stock framework, which is an integral part of Modern Monetary Theory (MMT) flattens the traditional Phillips Curve such that a nation can have full employment and price stability rather than having to use unemployment as a policy tool to discipline inflation.

Further resources:

1. http//www.mmted.org
2. http://bilbo.economicoutlook.net/blog
3. http://www.billmitchell.org
4. http://www.fullemployment.net

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Flattening the Phillips Curve – the Job Guarantee

This video describes the way in which an employment buffer stock framework, which is an integral part of Modern Monetary Theory (MMT) flattens the traditional Phillips Curve such that a nation can have full employment and price stability rather than having to use unemployment as a policy tool to discipline inflation. Further resources: 1. http//www.mmted.org …

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Podcast with Alan Kohler and Professor William Mitchell

This podcast was hosted by financial markets commentator and journalist Alan Kohler with his guest Professor William Mitchell. The interview took place on March 25, 2020.

The topic was Modern Monetary Theory (MMT) and the current economic crisis.

The audio was produced by https://www.eurekareport.com.au and is used with their kind permission.

Further information:

1. http://www.billmitchell.org
2. http://bilbo.economicoutlook.net/blog
3. http://www.mmted.org
4. http://www.fullemployment.net

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Podcast with Alan Kohler and Professor William Mitchell

This podcast was hosted by financial markets commentator and journalist Alan Kohler with his guest Professor William Mitchell. The interview took place on March 25, 2020. The topic was Modern Monetary Theory (MMT) and the current economic crisis. The audio was produced by https://www.eurekareport.com.au and is used with their kind permission. Further information: 1. http://www.billmitchell.org …

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Conversation with William Mitchell and Noel Pearson, Newcastle, December 15, 2019

In this video, Indigenous leader and thinker, Noel Pearson and one of the founders of Modern Monetary Theory (MMT), William Mitchell talk about how MMT has brought them together into a new collaborative partnership called JUST2030, which aims to achieve a global, socio-ecological transformation.

http://www.just2030.org

http://www.billmitchell.org

https://capeyorkpartnership.org.au/

http://www.mmted.org

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Conversation with William Mitchell and Noel Pearson, Newcastle, December 15, 2019

In this video, Indigenous leader and thinker, Noel Pearson and one of the founders of Modern Monetary Theory (MMT), William Mitchell talk about how MMT has brought them together into a new collaborative partnership called JUST2030, which aims to achieve a global, socio-ecological transformation. http://www.just2030.org http://www.billmitchell.org https://capeyorkpartnership.org.au/ http://www.mmted.org

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William Mitchell Italian Senate February 7 2020

At the invitation of Senator Gianluigi Paragone, I spoke about MMT as a new paradigm in economics to resolve the crisis the world is in after several decades of neoliberalism.
The event was organised in collaboration with Nuovo Direzione.
It was held at the Palazzo Giustiniani, Rome, February 7, 2020.
Thanks to Thomas Fazi for his skilled interpreting. Note, the video only shows the English presentation without the Italian translation.
Thanks to Enrico Cavaglia for the video footage and audio.

http://www.mmted.org
http://www.billmitchell.org

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William Mitchell Italian Senate February 7 2020

At the invitation of Senator Gianluigi Paragone, I spoke about MMT as a new paradigm in economics to resolve the crisis the world is in after several decades of neoliberalism. The event was organised in collaboration with Nuovo Direzione. It was held at the Palazzo Giustiniani, Rome, February 7, 2020. Thanks to Thomas Fazi for …

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Conversation MMT founders November 29 2019

On November 29, 2019, I sat down with Warren Mosler in Newcastle, Australia to film a conversation we had about the origins of Modern Monetary Theory (MMT), how we came to it, the current state of MMT and future trends, including being part of the narrative associated with the Green Transition aka elsewhere as the Green New Deal. You will hear our concern about how the work we put in place at the outset is now being used in popular debates as well as other anecdotes. We consider the recent YouTube debate that Warren participated in in Italy and clear up the misunderstandings that followed that episode. We provide our own perspective on the way the GND debate is unfolding.

Further information:

http://bilbo.economicoutlook.net/blog
http://www.mmted.org/
http://www.billmitchell.org

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Conversation MMT founders November 29 2019

On November 29, 2019, I sat down with Warren Mosler in Newcastle, Australia to film a conversation we had about the origins of Modern Monetary Theory (MMT), how we came to it, the current state of MMT and future trends, including being part of the narrative associated with the Green Transition aka elsewhere as the …

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Introduction MMT Macroeconomics Textbook 2019

A brief introduction to the features of the new MMT textbook – Macroeconomics – published by Macmillan and written by William Mitchell, L Randall Wray and Martin Watts.

More information: https://www.macmillanihe.com/page/detail/Macroeconomics/?K=9781137610669

Blog: http://bilbo.economicoutlook.net/blog

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Introduction MMT Macroeconomics Textbook 2019

A brief introduction to the features of the new MMT textbook – Macroeconomics – published by Macmillan and written by William Mitchell, L Randall Wray and Martin Watts. More information: https://www.macmillanihe.com/page/detail/Macroeconomics/?K=9781137610669 Blog: http://bilbo.economicoutlook.net/blog

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Professor WIlliam Mitchell – Q&A Brighton September 17, 2017

This video covers the Q&A that followed the presentation by Professor William Mitchell at the British Labour Party Annual Conference Fringe Event, September 25, 2017. The main presentation is at https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Liv0DKvRLvA The presentation introduces the Reclaiming the State Project – www.reclaimthestate.org – and discusses the new book by William Mitchell and Thomas Fazi – Reclaiming …

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Professor WIlliam Mitchell – Q&A Brighton September 17, 2017

This video covers the Q&A that followed the presentation by Professor William Mitchell at the British Labour Party Annual Conference Fringe Event, September 25, 2017.

The main presentation is at https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Liv0DKvRLvA

The presentation introduces the Reclaiming the State Project – www.reclaimthestate.org – and discusses the new book by William Mitchell and Thomas Fazi – Reclaiming the State A Progressive Vision of Sovereignty for a Post-Neoliberal World (Pluto, September 2017).

More information:

1. http://bilbo.economicoutlook.net/blog

2. http://www.billmitchell.org

Thanks to Colin Stevens for filming and editing.

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Professor William Mitchell – Reclaiming the State – Brighton, September 2017

Presentation by Professor William Mitchell at the British Labour Party Annual Conference Fringe Event, September 25, 2017. The presentation introduces the Reclaiming the State Project – www.reclaimthestate.org – and discusses the new book by William Mitchell and Thomas Fazi – Reclaiming the State A Progressive Vision of Sovereignty for a Post-Neoliberal World (Pluto, September 2017). …

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Professor William Mitchell – Reclaiming the State – Brighton, September 2017

Presentation by Professor William Mitchell at the British Labour Party Annual Conference Fringe Event, September 25, 2017.

The presentation introduces the Reclaiming the State Project – www.reclaimthestate.org – and discusses the new book by William Mitchell and Thomas Fazi – Reclaiming the State A Progressive Vision of Sovereignty for a Post-Neoliberal World (Pluto, September 2017).

Further information:

http://www.billmitchell.org
http://bilbo.economicoutlook.net/blog

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Professor William Mitchell – The Failure of Economics

This video captures the audio of a presentation by Professor William Mitchell at Maastricht University as part of the Third Annual Joan Muysken Lecture Series, March 7, 2017. This lecture was delivered to academic staff and students at the University which discusses how the mainstream macroeconomics is equivalent to ‘fake knowledge’. More information: http://bilbo.economicoutlook.net/blog There …

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Professor William Mitchell – The Failure of Economics

This video captures the audio of a presentation by Professor William Mitchell at Maastricht University as part of the Third Annual Joan Muysken Lecture Series, March 7, 2017.

This lecture was delivered to academic staff and students at the University which discusses how the mainstream macroeconomics is equivalent to ‘fake knowledge’.

More information: http://bilbo.economicoutlook.net/blog

There is some noise interference early in the video.

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Pressure Drop – Take Me Higher

Latest 2016 release from Melbourne reggae/dub band Pressure Drop. Take Me Higher (written Bill Mitchell) proposes a better way to treat the global refugee problem. Home Page: http://www.pressuredropband.org/ Track will be available on iTunes and other digital outlets from April 1, 2016.

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Pressure Drop – Take Me Higher

Latest 2016 release from Melbourne reggae/dub band Pressure Drop.

Take Me Higher (written Bill Mitchell) proposes a better way to treat the global refugee problem.

Home Page: http://www.pressuredropband.org/

Track will be available on iTunes and other digital outlets from April 1, 2016.

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Professor Bill Mitchell Eurozone Dystopia Book Launch August 2015

This video covers the official Book Launch of Bill Mitchell’s latest book – Eurozone Dystopia: Groupthink and Denial on a Grand Scale. The launch was held on August 31, 2015 at Maastricht University. The main speakers were: 1. Dr László Andor, former EU Commissioner for Employment, Social Affairs and Inclusion. 2. Professor Arjo Klamer, Erasmus …

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Professor Bill Mitchell Eurozone Dystopia Book Launch August 2015

This video covers the official Book Launch of Bill Mitchell’s latest book – Eurozone Dystopia: Groupthink and Denial on a Grand Scale.

The launch was held on August 31, 2015 at Maastricht University.

The main speakers were:

1. Dr László Andor, former EU Commissioner for Employment, Social Affairs and Inclusion.

2. Professor Arjo Klamer, Erasmus University, Rotterdam.

More information:

http://bilbo.economicoutlook.net/blog
http://www.billmitchell.org

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Reframing the Debate: Economics for a Progressive Politics Q&A, London

This video covers the discussant’s comments and the general Q&A section at the event – Reframing the Debate: Economics for a Progressive Politics – which was held in London on August 27, 2015 at an event hosted by the NHA Party. The main presentation was from Professor WIlliam Mitchell and can be viewed at https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=4OVAROe3gW4&feature=youtu.be …

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Reframing the Debate: Economics for a Progressive Politics Q&A, London

This video covers the discussant’s comments and the general Q&A section at the event – Reframing the Debate: Economics for a Progressive Politics – which was held in London on August 27, 2015 at an event hosted by the NHA Party.

The main presentation was from Professor WIlliam Mitchell and can be viewed at https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=4OVAROe3gW4&feature=youtu.be

The event was held at the University of London.

British film maker Paul Thomas filmed the event and produced this video. Thanks to him.

For further information: http://bilbo.economicoutlook.net/blog

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Professor Bill Mitchell – Reframing the Progressive Agenda, London

This presentation – Reframing the Debate: Economics for a Progressive Politics – was presented in London on August 27, 2015 at an event hosted by the NHA Party. The talk considers questions such as: How can the debate on the economy be reframed around the things that really matter – people and the environment? Does …

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Professor Bill Mitchell – Reframing the Progressive Agenda, London

This presentation – Reframing the Debate: Economics for a Progressive Politics – was presented in London on August 27, 2015 at an event hosted by the NHA Party.

The talk considers questions such as:

How can the debate on the economy be reframed around the things that really matter – people and the environment?

Does Modern Monetary Theory hold the key?

It was held at the University of London.

British film maker Paul Thomas filmed the event and produced this video. Thanks to him.

For further information: http://bilbo.economicoutlook.net/blog

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Record low wages growth in Australia

This segment was broadcast on the ABC 730 Program on August 13, 2015. It discusses the record low wages growth in Australia. Further information: http://bilbo.economicoutlook.net/blog

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Record low wages growth in Australia

This segment was broadcast on the ABC 730 Program on August 13, 2015. It discusses the record low wages growth in Australia.

Further information: http://bilbo.economicoutlook.net/blog

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1945 White Paper on Full Employment Workshop – Sydney, May 30, 2015

This is the full edited version of the presentations at the Full Employment Workshop to mark the 70th Anniversary of the presentation of the White Paper on Full Employment to the Australian Parliament on May 30 1945. The workshop was held in Sydney, May 30, 2015. For further information: http://e1.newcastle.edu.au/coffee/con… Bill Mitchell’s blog: http://bilbo.economicoutlook.net/blog/

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1945 White Paper on Full Employment Workshop – Sydney, May 30, 2015

This is the full edited version of the presentations at the Full Employment Workshop to mark the 70th Anniversary of the presentation of the White Paper on Full Employment to the Australian Parliament on May 30 1945.

The workshop was held in Sydney, May 30, 2015.

For further information: http://e1.newcastle.edu.au/coffee/con…

Bill Mitchell’s blog: http://bilbo.economicoutlook.net/blog/

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Professor Bill Mitchell – The Government Chooses the Unemployment Rate

This presentation was at the Full Employment Workshop to mark the 70th Anniversary of the presentation of the White Paper on Full Employment to the Australian Parliament on May 30 1945. The workshop was held in Sydney, May 30, 2015. For further information: http://e1.newcastle.edu.au/coffee/conferences/2015/index.cfm Bill Mitchell’s blog: http://bilbo.economicoutlook.net/blog/

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Introduction to CofFEE Functional Economic Regions

This video provides an introduction to the CofFEE Functional Economic Regions developed by the Centre of Full Employment and Equity at the University of Newcastle, NSW, Australia. The video also provides a hands-on demonstration of how to use these regions within the AURIN Portal. For more information: http://www.fullemployment.net Bill Mitchell’s blog: http://bilbo.economicoutlook.net/blog

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Our national leadership disgrace, February 13 2015

This little video captures the last week in Australian federal politics. Someone clearly told the PM and Treasurer that they should express love and passion. But this pair is overseeing a sharp rise in unemployment but think the fiscal deficit should be cut further. They need to be replaced. My blog – http://bilbo.economicoutlook.net/blog – has …

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Professor Bill Mitchell – Q&A Rome November 24 2014

This is an edited version of a Q&A session that accompanied the presentation – Framing Modern Monetary Theory – presented at the Università di Roma 3 (Rome 3 University), November 24 2014, You can see the main presentation at http://youtu.be/8ZpmJdetQMo The event was organised by the L’associazione MEMMT.info. More information from Bill Mitchell’s blog – …

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Professor Bill Mitchell – Framing Modern Monetary Theory

This is an edited version of a presentation made on November 24 2014 at the Università di Roma 3 (Rome Three University). The event was organised by the L’associazione MEMMT.info. More information from Bill Mitchell’s blog – http://bilbo.economicoutlook.net/blog

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Pressure Drop – I wanna feel your lips

This is a track from Pressure Drop’s 2015 CD release. This version is the first mix only and will be refined in the final release. The final version will be released to coincide with Pressure Drop’s Sri Lanka Tour in January 2015 Home Page: http://www.pressuredropband.org

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Eurozone Workshop, Professor William Mitchell

Presentation by Professor William Mitchell, Director, Centre of Full Employment and Equity, University of Newcastle, at the Eurozone Workshop staged in Newcastle, Australia, August 22 2014 For more information: http://www.fullemployment.net http://bilbo.economicoutlook.net/blog

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Framing Modern Monetary Theory Presentation

This is a narration by Professor Bill Mitchell of the presentation – Framing Modern Monetary Theory. The paper was presented at the 14th Path to Full Employment Conference/19th National Unemployment Conference which was held in Newcastle, December 4-5, 2013. This narration was recorded after the conference to redress some missing video footage in the actual …

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Framing Modern Monetary Theory – Professor Bill Mitchell

This presentation was part of the 14th Path to Full Employment Conference/19th National Unemployment Conference which was held in Newcastle, December 4-5, 2013. The paper discussed was Framing Modern Monetary Theory by Louisa Connors and William Mitchell. For more details – http://bilbo.economicoutlook.net/blog

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Pressure Drop – Remember Chile – September 11, 1973

Pressure Drop is a Melbourne-based (Australia) reggae-dub band which was one of the early pioneers of the art in Australia, starting life in 1978. This song – Remember Chile – was written in 1978 out of respect for the Chilean people (and the tens of thousands that were murdered) during the US-led, Pinochet coup, which …

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Professor Bill Mitchell ABC 730 Report August 8 2013

This segment appeared on the Australian Broadcasting Commission’s flagship current affairs evening TV program 730. For further analysis of Modern Monetary Theory and its implications for policy please go to my blog – http://bilbo.economicoutlook.net/blog

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Federal Families Minister Jenny Macklin – I could live on the dole

This is an edited capture of an interview the Minister gave on January 1, 2012. The “official” transcript published by the Minister subsequently deleted the second question and the answer “I could” – claiming the audio was inaudible. The record of the interview captured here sounds very clear without noise from cars (which the Minister’s …

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Professor Bill Mitchell – The need for full employment

This video is an excerpt from a TV program produced by the University of Western Sydney – Open Forum. The excerpt covers the introduction and full presentation by Professor Bill Mitchell. The Forum was open to the public and was held in Sydney on January 16, 2012. The other speaker was the Commonwealth Age Discrimination …

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Professor Bill Mitchell on the Eurocrisis, May 1, 2012

Bill Mitchell gave this presentation in Melbourne at the — Can the Eurozone survive its Crisis? — an event hosted by the Monash University European Union Centre. The event was chaired by the Ambassador and Head of Delegation of the European Union to Australia and New Zealand David Daly. For more details see Professor Bill …

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Pressure Drop – Live at the Caravan Music Club – March 24, 2012

Pressure Drop is a Melbourne reggae-dub band, which was popular around the live music venues in the late 1970s and early 1980s. The band was one of the early pioneers of rock steady, reggae and dub in Australia starting life in Melbourne in 1978. The band was very popular around the pubs and clubs in …

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Pressure Drop – Mother Earth

Melbourne (Australia) reggae-dub band Pressure Drop filmed (June 2011) during the recording of Mother Earth – one track from their aLIVE 2011 CD. For further details http://www.pressuredropband.org Pressure Drop is a Melbourne reggae-dub band, which was popular around the live music venues in the late 1970s and early 1980s. The band was one of the …

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ABC News Report 28/1/2012 – Youth unemployment and Tourism

This is an excerpt from Australian Broadcasting Commission National News bulletin – 28/1/2012 – covering the story about the Tourism industry wanting the Federal Government to import labour when there are around 25 per cent of 15-24 year olds either unemployed or underemployed. More information is available at my blog – http://bilbo.economicoutlook.net/blog

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Fiscal Austerity or Stimulus – Conference Panel – December 8, 2011

This Panel was held on December 8, 2011 as part of the 13th Path to Full Employment Conference/18th National Unemployment Conference held between December 7-8, 2011 and hosted by the Centre of Full Employment and Equity at the University of Newcastle. The Panel consisted of: 1. Professor William Mitchell (CofFEE, University of Newcastle) 2. Professor …

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The Blues Box – Bye Bye Bird

The Blues Box are an Australian swing blues band which works out of Newcastle, NSW. This song is from Sonny Boy WIlliamson. The Band is: Rod Ansell – vocals, harp, sax Bruce McIntyre – drums Andrew Nadolny – bass, vocals Bill Mitchell – guitar For further information and bookings go to the Home Page: http://www.thebluesbox.org

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Intro to map of British local unemployment and the August 2011 riots

This video provides an introduction to a mapping tool we created to overlay the geographic pattern of localised unemployment in Britain with the geographic distribution of the August 2011 riots. The map is available at the Centre of Full Employment and Equity (CofFEE): http://e1.newcastle.edu.au/coffee/maps/UK_riots_unemployment_2011.cfm Further discussion at my blog: http://bilbo.economicoutlook.net/blog

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Pressure Drop – Peace Dub

Melbourne (Australia) reggae-dub band Pressure Drop filmed (June 2011) during the recording of Peace Dub – one track of their aLIVE 2011 CD. For further details http://www.pressuredropband.org Pressure Drop were one of the early pioneers of reggae and dub in Australia starting life in 1978. The band was popular around the pubs and clubs in …

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Beyond Austerity

This brief video describes some background ideas that went into writing my article in The Nation – http://www.thenation.com/article/159288/beyond-austerity My daily blog is at http://bilbo.economicoutlook.net/blog

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Operation_Twist_Prof_Bill_Mitchell_31_3_2010.mp4

A short video demonstration of the dynamics of the US government debt yield curve during the early to mid 1960s while the so-called Operation Twist was being used by the US Federal Reserve. More detail available at my blog (billy blog) http://bilbo.economicoutlook.net/blog

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Modern monetary theory – Mitchell and Wray Q8

This is Question 8 in a series of Modern monetary theory interviews – Professors Bill Mitchell and Randy Wray. See billy blog (http://bilbo.economicoutlook.net/blog/) for more information on this approach to macroeconomics. You can also get more information from Centre of Full Employment and Equity (http://e1.newcastle.edu.au/coffee”). Questions asked: Youve explained why there is taxation, even though …

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Modern monetary theory – Mitchell and Wray Q6

This is Question 6 in a series of Modern monetary theory interviews – Professors Bill Mitchell and Randy Wray. See billy blog (http://bilbo.economicoutlook.net/blog/) for more information on this approach to macroeconomics. You can also get more information from Centre of Full Employment and Equity (http://e1.newcastle.edu.au/coffee”). Questions asked: Would it be fair to say that one …

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Modern monetary theory – Mitchell and Wray Q5

This is Question 5 in a series of Modern monetary theory interviews – Professors Bill Mitchell and Randy Wray. See billy blog (http://bilbo.economicoutlook.net/blog/) for more information on this approach to macroeconomics. You can also get more information from Centre of Full Employment and Equity (“http://e1.newcastle.edu.au/coffee”). Questions asked: But this is a critical issue on macroeconomics …

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Modern monetary theory – Mitchell and Wray Q9

This is Question 9 in a series of Modern monetary theory interviews – Professors Bill Mitchell and Randy Wray. See billy blog (http://bilbo.economicoutlook.net/blog/) for more information on this approach to macroeconomics. You can also get more information from Centre of Full Employment and Equity (http://e1.newcastle.edu.au/coffee”). Question asked: Why is the setting of this overnight interest …

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Modern monetary theory – Mitchell and Wray Q4

This is Question 1 in a series of Modern monetary theory interviews – Professors Bill Mitchell and Randy Wray. See billy blog (http://bilbo.economicoutlook.net/blog) for more information on this approach to macroeconomics. You can also get more information from Centre of Full Employment and Equity (http://e1.newcastle.edu.au/coffee). Questions asked: One of the biggest challenges when presenting these …

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Modern monetary theory – Mitchell and Wray Q3

This is Question 1 in a series of Modern monetary theory interviews – Professors Bill Mitchell and Randy Wray. See billy blog (http://bilbo.economicoutlook.net/blog) for more information on this approach to macroeconomics. You can also get more information from Centre of Full Employment and Equity (http://e1.newcastle.edu.au/coffee). Questions asked: The emergence of countries such as the United …

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Modern monetary theory – Mitchell and Wray Q2

This is Question 1 in a series of Modern monetary theory interviews – Professors Bill Mitchell and Randy Wray. See billy blog (http://bilbo.economicoutlook.net/blog) for more information on this approach to macroeconomics. You can also get more information from Centre of Full Employment and Equity (http://e1.newcastle.edu.au/coffee). Questions asked: A fundamental or central part of the research …

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Modern monetary theory – Mitchell and Wray Q10

This is Question 1 in a series of Modern monetary theory interviews – Professors Bill Mitchell and Randy Wray. See billy blog (http://bilbo.economicoutlook.net/blog) for more information on this approach to macroeconomics. You can also get more information from Centre of Full Employment and Equity (http://e1.newcastle.edu.au/coffee). Questions asked: I take it that the cash rate underpins …

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Modern monetary theory – Mitchell and Wray Q1

This is Question 1 in a series of Modern monetary theory interviews – Professors Bill Mitchell and Randy Wray. See billy blog (http://bilbo.economicoutlook.net/blog) for more information on this approach to macroeconomics. You can also get more information from Centre of Full Employment and Equity (http://e1.newcastle.edu.au/coffee) Questions: How did you both come to invest so much …

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Journalist Michael Stutchbury May 5 2009

Michael is Economics Editor for The Australian newspaper – a national daily, It is a News Limited publication and offers, generally, conservative commentary and has considerable influence in the policy debate. His columns are increasingly hostile to the current responsible use of budget deficits in the wake of a collapse of private spending. This is …

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Live by my mistakes – The Blues Box

The Blues Box is a swing blues band from Newcastle, Australia. They play a distinctive and original style of blues. Home Page: http://www.thebluesbox.org. Live videos of the band are coming soon!

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