AMI keeps hitting new lows:
Prof. Joseph Huber from Martin Luther University in Germany gave an outstanding presentation of the New Currency Theory (NCT) which supports monetary reform, and compared this with his analysis of Modern Money Theory (MMT). Professor Huber found that MMT reflects banking doctrine much more than currency teachings, and concluded that to be supportive of monetary reform, any economic theory must break off the shackles of banking doctrine and adopt the new currency teachings for monetary sovereignty.
One of the highlights of the conference was at the gala dinner when Professor Huber was presented with the AMI Advancement of Monetary Science Award for his work. Professor Huber showed his modesty by being genuinely surprised to be given such an award, even though it is thoroughly deserved. Dr. Michael Kumhof and Prof. Kaoru Yamaguchi are the only other persons who have previously received this award.