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Hy Minsky, Low Finance: Modern Money, Civil Rights, and Consumer Debt

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Hy Minsky, Low Finance: Modern Money, Civil Rights, and Consumer Debt

By Raúl Carrillo I delivered the remarks published below at the First International Conference on MMT on September 22nd, 2017. The panel, entitled “Modern Money, Courts, and Civil Rights — Against Legal Predation”, explored the interplay between the cycle of … Continue reading →

Hy Minsky, Low Finance: Modern Money, Civil Rights, and Consumer Debt


A Memo From MMT’s Legal Department

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A Memo From MMT’s Legal Department

By Rohan Grey and Raúl Carrillo Orthodox economists are often inclined to think of law as an external force that ‘intervenes’ to regulate otherwise naturally occurring economic phenomena. In contrast, Modern Monetary Theory and its antecedent intellectual traditions have long … Continue reading →

A Memo From MMT’s Legal Department


Monetary Sovereigns, Monetary Subjects: Modern Money & The Criminal Legal System

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Monetary Sovereigns, Monetary Subjects: Modern Money & The Criminal Legal System

By Raúl Carrillo I delivered the talk published below as part of a panel at Yale’s annual Rebellious Lawyering Conference, on February 17th, 2017. The panel, entitled “Financing Criminal Justice”, co-hosted by The Modern Money Network, focused on the connections between … Continue reading →

Monetary Sovereigns, Monetary Subjects: Modern Money & The Criminal Legal System