Randall Wray (born 1953) is a professor of Economics at the Levy Economics Institute, Bard College in New York. He has a PhD in economics from Washington University in St. Louis, and studied psychology as an undergraduate.
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Randall Wray is one of the pioneers of Modern Monetary Theory (MMT), which challenges mainstream economic ideas about currency, debt, and inflation. MMT, according to Wray, offers a way out
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Kate Raworth – ‘for developing doughnut economics which balances essential human needs and planetary boundaries’
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