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Macroeconomics ❰PDF❯ ✈ Macroeconomics Author William F. Mitchell – Capitalsoftworks.co.uk This groundbreaking new core textbook encourages students to take a critical approach to the prevalent assumptions around the subject of macroeconomics, by comparing and contrasting heterodox and orth This groundbreaking new core textbook encourages students to take a critical approach to the prevalent assumptions around the subject of Macroeconomics, by comparing and contrasting heterodox and orthodox approaches to theory and policy The first such textbook to develop a heterodox model from the ground up, it is based on the principles of Modern Monetary Theory MMT as derived from the theories of Keynes, Kalecki, Veblen, Marx, and Minsky, amongst others.


10 thoughts on “Macroeconomics

  1. Waynemcmillan Waynemcmillan says:

    Mitchell, Watts and Wray have created a new revolution in the study of Macroeconomics They present the study of Macroeconomics via the lens of Modern Monetary Theory MMT , a new yet lost path through the thicket of Post Keynesian, Institutionalist and Marxist economics This theory gains many of its insights from great heterodox economists like Kalecki, Minsky and Lerner.Its ideas about state money come from the famous chartalists Knapp and Mitchell Innes A unique book in that it explains car Mitchell, Watts and Wray have created a new revolution in the study of Macroeconomics They present the study of Macroeconomics via the lens of Modern Monetary Theory MMT , a new yet lost path through the thicket of Post Keynesian, Institutionalist and Marxist economics This theory gains many of its insights from great heterodox economists like Kalecki, Minsky and Lerner.Its ideas about state money come from the famous chartalists Knapp and Mitchell Innes A unique book in that it explains carefully in operational, technical detail with good explanations, how a sovereign nation s monetary fiscal system actually works.It takes you on a walk down the lane of monetary fiscal macroeconomic reality and backs it up with case examples What I particularly like about this excellent book is that it s not ahistorical, you get some of the history of economic thought embedded throughout the chapters To top it off, it frames macroeconomic reality within a stock flow consistent model made famous by Wynne Godley and used by many Post Keynesian economists.If only critics of MMT would take the time to read this book and look at the growing body of empirical evidence that supports it, I am sure their doubts about MMT s validity and policy application would disappear overnight Highly recommended for all current ex treasury boffins, practicing retired economists, academics, policy wonks, economic researchers and students


  2. Koby S Koby S says:

    The book thoroughly explains macroeconomics using a pluralistic approach I have bought Mitchell and Wray s older textbook on MMT and thought it was good but too brief This book offers compelling critiques of orthodox models while explaining alternative approaches It has convinced me that the field of economics hasn t been describing reality for the past 40 years My professor was so convinced by their approach that he has recently switched to using this textbook for his Macroeconomic Principl The book thoroughly explains macroeconomics using a pluralistic approach I have bought Mitchell and Wray s older textbook on MMT and thought it was good but too brief This book offers compelling critiques of orthodox models while explaining alternative approaches It has convinced me that the field of economics hasn t been describing reality for the past 40 years My professor was so convinced by their approach that he has recently switched to using this textbook for his Macroeconomic Principles course I have hope because MMT has been gaining tremendous momentum recently and maybe someday it will be in every intro to macroeconomics college course as we take off our distorted glasses and see the reality of sovereign, currency issuing governments


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10 thoughts on “Macroeconomics

  1. Waynemcmillan Waynemcmillan says:

    Mitchell, Watts and Wray have created a new revolution in the study of Macroeconomics They present the study of Macroeconomics via the lens of Modern Monetary Theory MMT , a new yet lost path through the thicket of Post Keynesian, Institutionalist and Marxist economics This theory gains many of its insights from great heterodox economists like Kalecki, Minsky and Lerner.Its ideas about state money come from the famous chartalists Knapp and Mitchell Innes A unique book in that it explains car Mitchell, Watts and Wray have created a new revolution in the study of Macroeconomics They present the study of Macroeconomics via the lens of Modern Monetary Theory MMT , a new yet lost path through the thicket of Post Keynesian, Institutionalist and Marxist economics This theory gains many of its insights from great heterodox economists like Kalecki, Minsky and Lerner.Its ideas about state money come from the famous chartalists Knapp and Mitchell Innes A unique book in that it explains carefully in operational, technical detail with good explanations, how a sovereign nation s monetary fiscal system actually works.It takes you on a walk down the lane of monetary fiscal macroeconomic reality and backs it up with case examples What I particularly like about this excellent book is that it s not ahistorical, you get some of the history of economic thought embedded throughout the chapters To top it off, it frames macroeconomic reality within a stock flow consistent model made famous by Wynne Godley and used by many Post Keynesian economists.If only critics of MMT would take the time to read this book and look at the growing body of empirical evidence that supports it, I am sure their doubts about MMT s validity and policy application would disappear overnight Highly recommended for all current ex treasury boffins, practicing retired economists, academics, policy wonks, economic researchers and students

  2. Koby S Koby S says:

    The book thoroughly explains macroeconomics using a pluralistic approach I have bought Mitchell and Wray s older textbook on MMT and thought it was good but too brief This book offers compelling critiques of orthodox models while explaining alternative approaches It has convinced me that the field of economics hasn t been describing reality for the past 40 years My professor was so convinced by their approach that he has recently switched to using this textbook for his Macroeconomic Principl The book thoroughly explains macroeconomics using a pluralistic approach I have bought Mitchell and Wray s older textbook on MMT and thought it was good but too brief This book offers compelling critiques of orthodox models while explaining alternative approaches It has convinced me that the field of economics hasn t been describing reality for the past 40 years My professor was so convinced by their approach that he has recently switched to using this textbook for his Macroeconomic Principles course I have hope because MMT has been gaining tremendous momentum recently and maybe someday it will be in every intro to macroeconomics college course as we take off our distorted glasses and see the reality of sovereign, currency issuing governments

  3. Marifer Marifer says:

    DOWNLOAD DOWNLOAD

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