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Announcing the First International Conference on Modern Monetary Theory 

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Economics for a New Progressive Era University of Missouri-Kansas City September 21–24, 2017 Conference site: pkconference.com/2017-2 With Support From Robert Skidelsky and Morton Sosland UMKC Economics Club Journal of Post Keynesian Economics Featured Speakers Include Warren Mosler, Robert Skidelsky, Jamie Galbraith, Jan Kregel, and Randall Wray Modern Monetary Theory has transformed the economics discipline. Its influence extends beyond economics, reaching deep into the fields of law, history, finance, banking, public policy, and philosophy. Join the world’s leading MMT practitioners, and explore the cutting edge of modern economic thinking. Call for Papers. Submissions are welcome on any aspect of Modern Monetary Theory, such as: fiscal policy, economic development, employment

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University of Missouri-Kansas City

September 21–24, 2017

Conference site: pkconference.com/2017-2

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Announcing the First International Conference on Modern Monetary Theory 

Robert Skidelsky and Morton Sosland

UMKC Economics Club

Announcing the First International Conference on Modern Monetary Theory 

Announcing the First International Conference on Modern Monetary Theory Journal of Post Keynesian Economics

Announcing the First International Conference on Modern Monetary Theory 

Featured Speakers Include

Warren Mosler, Robert Skidelsky, Jamie Galbraith, Jan Kregel, and Randall Wray

Modern Monetary Theory has transformed the economics discipline. Its influence extends beyond economics, reaching deep into the fields of law, history, finance, banking, public policy, and philosophy. Join the world’s leading MMT practitioners, and explore the cutting edge of modern economic thinking.

Call for Papers. Submissions are welcome on any aspect of Modern Monetary Theory, such as: fiscal policy, economic development, employment policy, framing and marketing of MMT, taxation, inflation and reforming the financial system. Please send your individual abstract (200 words max) or panel submission with a short description before June 15 to [email protected].
We look forward to seeing you there!

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