A Little Help from Our Friends

By Stephanie Kelton

Next week, four New Economic Perspectives bloggers — Randy Wray, Marshall Auerback, Pavlina Tcherneva and I — will head to Washington, D.C. to participate in a day-long “teach-in” at George Washington University. The event will take place on April 28th, alongside (or in opposition to) the “Fiscal Summit” that is being sponsored by the Peter G. Peterson Foundation (also taking place in Washington, D.C. on the 28th). Click here to learn more about the teach-in.
If you live in the area, we hope you’ll join us for the event (which is free and open to the public). You can also help by spreading the word or by making a donation to help cover the very modest cost of our event. Click here to support us.

“The Fiscal Sustainability Teach-In Counter-conference will be the important event in Washington on April 28. Unlike the other meeting, this one will feature important work by honest scholars. It deserves at least equal attention, and very much more respect.” — Professor James K. Galbraith

We will be “tweeting” updates from the event on the 28th. Stay tuned for details ….

5 responses to “A Little Help from Our Friends

  1. Than you, Stephanie. As always very clearly stated

  2. Hi, I am a Php economic student in UK, the working papers and argument put forward in your and LEVI Ins website have very much help me in understanding the current crisis more than what I I learned before.I wish you could put all conferences and lectures organize by your Institution on youtube for everyone to see, that definitely will convert many economics student to be more logical in thinking.

  3. Dear Stephanie,I hope your faculty and LEVI Ins could upload all the conferences and lectures in youtube for everybody to watch.I am an Economic PHD student and has been converted from the orthodox belief.By posting video you could reach out to more people.TQ

  4. TQWe expect them (the organizers) to do just that. Best of luck in your program (or programme, as you lot prefer).S. Kelton

  5. TQ, Check warren's site. Lots of info therewww.moslereconomics.com