This event was announced yesterday and is taking place at the offices of Unite the Union in London on 27 August. It was only announced yesterday and I think it's already a case of being added to the waiting list, but I thought it worth sharing:
NHA is very pleased to be able to present an evening with Professor Bill Mitchell, professor of economics and renowned proponent of Modern Monetary Theory, during his brief visit to the UK at the end of this month.
Come and join Professor Mitchell in conversation with Richard Murphy (Tax Research UK) and Ann Pettifor (Prime Economics), both currently economic advisors to Jeremy Corbyn's campaign. How can the debate on the economy be reframed around the things that really matter - people and the environment? Does MMT hold the key?
This is sure to be a fascinating debate.
There will be filming taking place during this event, as part of a documentary on MMT. Please let the organisers know on arrival if you are not happy to be filmed.
NHA is the National Health Action Party. I consider this a non-political event however and instead as one exploring ideas: none of those speaking are members of that party.