Eurozone Dystopia: Groupthink and Denial on a Grand Scale was published by Edward Elgar (UK) in May 2015.
The book traces the origin of the Eurozone and shows how the historical Franco-German rivalry combined with the growing dominance of neo-liberal economic thinking to create a monetary system that was deeply flawed and destined to fail. It argues that the political class in Europe is trapped in a destructive groupthink which prevents it from seeing their own policy failures. Millions are unemployed as a result and the member states are caught in a cycle of persistent stagnation and rising social instability.
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Presented at the University of Helsinki, Friday, October 9, 2016.
Our new textbook was published in March 2016.
This edition contains 15 Chapters and is designed as an introductory textbook for university-level macroeconomics students. All mathematical and advanced material appears in separate Appendices.
It is based on the principles of Modern Monetary Theory (MMT) and includes the following detailed chapters:
An expanded edition covering both the introductory and intermediate years of university-level macroeconomics (first and second years of study) will be published around mid-2016. It will contain an additional 10 Chapters and include more advanced material as well as the same material presented in this Introductory text.
My Daily Blog - provides detailed analysis and commentary on economic events from a Modern Monetary Theory (MMT) perspective.
Bill Mitchell is Professor of Economics and Director of the Centre of Full Employment and Equity (CofFEE) at the University of Newcastle, NSW Australia.
The Centre is dedicated to providing an evidence base to support full employment and equitable distribution of opportunity, income and wealth.