Filmmaker and novelist Alberto Veronese has worked in many places over the globe. His travels have taken him to Switzerland where he resides today. The high unemployment, the austerity measures and the bank bailouts of 2008 got him interested in economics; in 2011 he writes “To Be in Debt With Each Other, or Not To Be” and publishes the volume of short stories titled “Not Gold But Money” (Ulgiana Editions). Early in 2012, he opens the YouTube channel #fistfullproduction, where he posts multimedia poetry and video blogs which examines the nature of money.
Modern Monetary Theory (MMT) builds on the work of Georg Friedrich Knapp, Alfred Mitchell-Innes, Abba Ptachya Lerner, John Maynard Keynes, Hyman Philip Minsky, Wynne Alexander Hugh Godley and other important figures of the past, stretching back to Adam Smith, and it is the body of scholarship that developed around Warren Mosler’s soft currency economics (1993).
You ought to discover – something that may completely change how you see society today – and it’s all thanks to the amazing work of a group of people of professionals, economists, legal scholars, lawyers and financial market practitioners:
John D. Alt, Marshall Auerback, Paolo Barnard, Raúl Carrillo, William K. Black, Joe Firestone, Mat Forstater, Jamie Galbraith, Michael Hudson, Scott Fullwiler, Stephanie Kelton, Bill Mitchell, Rodger Malcolm Mitchell, James A. Leach, Rob Parenteau, Alain Parguez, Pavlina R. Tcherneva, Andrea Terzi, Eric Tymoigne, L. Randall Wray and many others. One can find their various types of work documents, as well as other multimedia documents published on the www.
With courtesy and resolution, Alberto Veronese