Articles by Paul Krugman, Economics Nobel Laureate
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Rich Man’s Recovery
Paul Krugman, Economics Nobel Laureate – The New York Times, 16 Sep 2013
Basically, while the great majority of Americans are still living in a depressed economy, the rich have recovered just about all their losses and are powering ahead.→ read full article
Those Revolting Europeans: How Dare the French and Greeks Reject a Failed Strategy!
Paul Krugman, Economics Nobel Laureate – The New York Times, 21 May 2012
The French are revolting. The Greeks, too. And it’s about time. Both countries held elections Sunday [6 May 2012] that were in effect referendums on the current European economic strategy, and in both countries voters turned two thumbs down. It’s far from clear how soon the votes will lead to changes in actual policy, but time is clearly running out for the strategy of recovery through austerity — and that’s a good thing.→ read full article
Eating the Irish
Paul Krugman, Economics Nobel Laureate – The New York Times, 29 Nov 2010
But Ireland is now in its third year of austerity, and confidence just keeps draining away. And you have to wonder what it will take for serious people to realize that punishing the populace for the bankers’ sins is worse than a crime; it’s a mistake.→ read full article