Inflation: From Mary Barra to MMT

Episode 177 May 12, 2021 00:29:23
Inflation: From Mary Barra to MMT
Wisco Weekly
Inflation: From Mary Barra to MMT
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Show Notes

For the last week, markets are undergoing something that surpasses that of a "correction." Inflation. Is. The. Talk. Of. The. Town.

 

While prices on goods are going up and supply bottlenecks are being formed, the market is having a severe allergic reaction to the inflation media hype. This inflation hysteria was predictable, and it's created a bubble for a new school of economic thought, modern monetary theory (MMT).

 

Tune in to hear more about the markets reaction to inflation, and the relationship between MMT and Mary Barra's request to receive more electric vehicle subsidies.

 

Notes  |  Resources

 

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