This post contains every known repository of MMT-exclusive (Modern Monetary Theory) academic papers. With special thanks to Scott Fullwiler.
- A single thing to read, watch, and listen to, to introduce MMT (for the layperson, non-academic sources)
- Several good first things to read, watch, and listen to, to learn MMT (for the layperson, non-academic sources)
- Good first academic papers to learn MMT (for the layperson)
- Reliable people, organizations, podcasts, and websites to learn MMT
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Disclaimer: I am a layperson who has studied MMT since February of 2018. I’m not an economist or academic and I don’t speak for MMT. The information in this post is my best understanding but I don’t assert it to be perfectly accurate. In order to ensure accuracy, you should rely on the expert sources linked throughout. If you have feedback to improve this post, please get in touch.
Here is a collection of more than 100 papers at New Economics Perspectives, which is the blog created by Stephanie Kelton, and now managed by Bill Black. The papers here go through around 2013. Papers discussing inflation explicitly can be found by searching for “
The Levy Institute has hundreds of papers from many MMT developers. Examples: All publications from L. Randall Wray, Mat Forstater, Stephanie Kelton, Pavlina Tcherneva, Eric Tymoigne. [Will add to this list…]
Many papers regarding the MMT-designed job guarantee can be found through Pavlina Tcherneva’s job guarantee FAQ. Each question links to the relevant papers.
Finally, here is a curated list of academic papers on MMT, geared to mainstream economists. This list was created by UMKC doctorate student, GISP fellow, and Deficit Owls co-founder, Sam Levey.