a conference or meeting to discuss a particular subject.
collection of essays or papers on a particular subject by a number of contributors.

Symposia are the heart of the network, opportunities for experts in their field to debate and exchange ideas. Symposia serve to a) educate the public and b) broaden conversations about money and finance to include the perspectives of law, history, philosophy, ethics, sociology, engineering, technology, and more.


  • Symposium

    Payments Machines

    Digitalization, Disruption and Reform
    Nov 16, 2015

    Scott Fullwiler, Angela Walch, Will Ruddick & Brian King discuss payments systems.

  • Symposium

    Reimagining Money

    Joining Legal and Economic Perspectives
    Oct 26, 2015

    This event will explore the nature and social function of money, and identify present and future opportunities for interdisciplinary legal-economic research on related topics. Questions to be addressed include:

  • Symposium

    How Does Monetary Policy Actually Work?

    Oct 22, 2015

    Bearish investors have long predicted that the Fed’s bond buying would spur inflation and devalue the dollar. But since the 2008 financial crisis, neither prediction has come true. What gives?

    This seminar explores the nuts and bolts of monetary operations, and the extent to which how the Federal Reserve’s policies do (and do not) impact inflation, the economy, and the U.S. fiscal deficit. Questions to be addressed include:

  • Symposium

    Responding to the Unemployment Crisis in Greece

    An 'Employment of Last Resort' Proposal for Greece
    Nov 25, 2013

    Rania Antonopoulos, Senior Scholar at the Levy Economics Institute, describes her proposal for an “Employer of Last Resort” program in Greece. Part of the MMx seminar “The Disparate Impact of Unemployment: Macroeconomic Policy as a Tool for Race, Gender, and Age Discrimination” hosted by the Modern Money Network.

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    Rethinking Economics NYC

    A Three-Day, Student-Run Conference on Economic Pluralism
    Sep 12, 2014

    A three-day, student-driven conference on economic pluralism, organized in partnership with Rethinking Economics, and hosted by New York University Law School, the New School for Social Research, and Columbia Law School.