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Gerald Epstein — What’s Wrong With Modern Money Theory

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Gerald Epstein — What’s Wrong With Modern Money TheoryGerald Epstein  has written a book critiquing neochartalism from a policy perspective. On an initial look he seems to attack the neochartalists on two things: their reluctance to talk about rise in tax rates and the international aspect — the limited applicability of their ideas to a few rich countries.

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Gerald Epstein — What’s Wrong With Modern Money Theory

Gerald Epstein  has written a book critiquing neochartalism from a policy perspective. On an initial look he seems to attack the neochartalists on two things: their reluctance to talk about rise in tax rates and the international aspect — the limited applicability of their ideas to a few rich countries.

Gerald Epstein — What’s Wrong With Modern Money Theory

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