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The MMT Podcast with Patricia Pino & Christian Reilly

Feb 24, 2021

Part 2: Patricia and Christian talk to MMT founder Warren Mosler and MMT scholar Dr Phil Armstrong about their recent paper: “Weimar Republic Hyperinflation through a Modern Monetary Theory Lens”.


Part 1 of this conversation:


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For an intro to MMT:

Listen to our first three episodes:


All our episodes in chronological order:


All of our episodes with Warren Mosler:


All of our episodes with Phil Armstrong:


Some of our other episodes with Warren Mosler which deal with inflation, interest rates and central bank policy:

Episode 59: What Do Central Banks Do?:

Episode 80: MMT Holiday Special (part 1):

Episode 81: MMT Holiday Special (part 2):


Our episode 65 with Phil Armstrong on inflation (more on Paul Volcker as Fed chair in the intro):


Our episode 47 with Pavlina Tcherneva explaining the Job Guarantee:


Our episode 55 with Dr Dirk Ehnts on MMT in the context of the Eurozone:


Our episodes with Sam Levey that touch on the forward pricing channel:

Episode 43:

Episode 76:

Episode 77:


Weimar Republic Hyperinflation through a Modern Monetary Theory Lens by Phil Armstrong and Warren Mosler:


Warren Mosler - MMT white paper:


Michael Hudson - Government Debt and Deficits Are Not the Problem. Private Debt Is:


Clint Ballinger - Airplane crashes aren’t “hyperlandings”:


A Discussion of Central Bank Operations and Interest Rate Policy by Warren Mosler and Phil Armstrong:


Monopoly Money: The State as a Price Setter by Pavlina R. Tcherneva:


Bill Mitchell - Zimbabwe for hyperventilators 101:


Tickets for “An Introduction To Modern Monetary Theory: Reconceptualising The Nature Of Banking” (presentation by Phil Armstrong) on 26th March 2021, organised by Women in Banking and Finance:


A list of other upcoming MMT events and courses:


A list of MMT-informed campaigns and organisations worldwide:


Phil Armstrong’s book, Can Heterodox Economics Make a Difference?:


Warren Mosler’s (free) e-book, Seven Deadly Innocent Frauds Of Economic Policy:


Transcript for opening monologue:


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