An MMT site bringing you dogma-free economics without the pleadings of self interest
looks like my blog didn't make the recommended list.
mmt-based courses would be made much easier if a certain twosome would finish a certain textbook...
You are there! They don't list your name but "Center of the universe" "For inspiration the following are very good blogs that regularly write about topics related to thiscourse:- Calculated Risk— http://www.calculatedriskblog.com- Naked Capitalism— http://www.nakedcapitalism.com- Interfluidity— http://www.interfliudity.com- Credit Writedowns— http://www.creditwritedowns.com- The Center of the Universe— http://www.moslereconomics.com- Billy Blog— http://bilbo.economicoutlook.net/blog/- New Economic Perspectives from Kansas City— http://neweconomicperspectives.blogspot.com"
Warren, I'm confused. Your blog is noted along with Mitchell and NEP.
We need an OpenCourse of MMT on the Web.I think OpenCourse is what they call it?In other words a free course with a syllabus online that anyone can do.
Senexx: "We need an OpenCourse of MMT on the Web."Good idea, although I would suggest two courses, even to begin with. One for non-economist newbies who don't know much and have no background, and another for people who already know something about economics or finance and can handle more advanced reading.The MMT wiki would be a good venue for it?
MMT Wiki seems to have come to a halt for the time-being.I have no idea whether that would be a good venue.I'm unclear about whether two courses are necessary as a good educator should be able to cover both. I look at 7DIF & UMM as MMT101 & MMT102Using Heteconomist as a guide I did try to create this http://modernmoney.wordpress.com/resources/mmt-for-economists/ as an MMT guide for those in the know all ready.
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