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“This stimulating book provides a clear account both of what Modern Monetary Theory entails and of the many objections to it. Its great value is that it will make readers have to think for themselves through many fundamental issues of macro-economic theory and policy.” – Charles Goodhart, London School of Economics Few concepts have attracted more publicity and less conceptual scrutiny as the term ‘complexity’ in economics. Therefore, this volume is a most welcome contribution.” – Claudius Gräbner, University of Duisburg-Essen

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2 new WEA books
2 new WEA books

“This stimulating book provides a clear account both of what Modern Monetary Theory entails and of the many objections to it. Its great value is that it will make readers have to think for themselves through many fundamental issues of macro-economic theory and policy.” – Charles Goodhart, London School of Economics

2 new WEA books
2 new WEA booksFew concepts have attracted more publicity and less conceptual scrutiny as the term ‘complexity’ in economics. Therefore, this volume is a most welcome contribution.” – Claudius Gräbner, University of Duisburg-Essen

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