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PAUL KRUGMAN

Paul Krugman writes a column for the New York Times.

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Commentary: Interests, ideology and climate Commentary: Interests, ideology and climate
16 weeks ago - - PAUL KRUGMAN
There are three things we know about man-made global warming. First, the consequences will be terrible if we don’t take quick action to limit carbon emissions. [Read More]
Commentary: The climate domino Commentary: The climate domino
16 weeks ago - - PAUL KRUGMAN
Maybe it’s me, but the predictable right-wing cries of outrage over the Environmental Protection Agency’s proposed rules on carbon seem oddly muted and unfocused. I mean, these are the people who managed to create national outrage over nonexistent death panels. [Read More]
Commentary: On inequality denial Commentary: On inequality denial
17 weeks ago - - PAUL KRUGMAN
A while back I published an article titled “The Rich, the Right, and the Facts,” in which I described politically motivated efforts to deny the obvious — the sharp rise in U.S. inequality, especially at the very top of the income scale. [Read More]
Commentary: Cutting back on carbon Commentary: Cutting back on carbon
17 weeks ago - - PAUL KRUGMAN
This week the Environmental Protection Agency is expected to announce new rules designed to limit global warming. Although we don’t know the details yet, anti-environmental groups are already predicting vast costs and economic doom. Don’t believe them. [Read More]
Commentary: Secret success in Europe Commentary: Secret success in Europe
18 weeks ago - - PAUL KRUGMAN
SINTRA, Portugal — I’ll am spending a couple of days at a forum sponsored by the European Central Bank whose de facto topic — whatever it may say on the program — will be the destructive monetary muddle caused by the Continent’s premature adoption of a single currency. [Read More]
Commentary: Continuing crisis of the Eurocrats Commentary: Continuing crisis of the Eurocrats
18 weeks ago - - PAUL KRUGMAN
A century ago, Europe tore itself apart in what was, for a time, known as the Great War — four years of death and destruction on an unprecedented scale. Later, of course, the conflict was renamed World War I — because a quarter-century later Europe did it all over again. [Read More]
Commentary: Geithner threw up many roadblocks Commentary: Geithner threw up many roadblocks
19 weeks ago - - PAUL KRUGMAN
By any normal standard, economic policy since the onset of the financial crisis has been a dismal failure. It’s true that we avoided a full replay of the Great Depression. [Read More]
Commentary: Point of no return Commentary: Point of no return
19 weeks ago - - PAUL KRUGMAN
Recently two research teams, working independently and using different methods, reached an alarming conclusion: The West Antarctic ice sheet is doomed. The sheet’s slide into the ocean, and the resulting sharp rise in sea levels, will probably happen slowly. [Read More]
Commentary: Crazy climate economics Commentary: Crazy climate economics
20 weeks ago - - PAUL KRUGMAN
Everywhere you look these days, you see Marxism on the rise. Well, OK, maybe you don’t — but conservatives do. If you so much as mention income inequality, you’ll be denounced as the second coming of Joseph Stalin; ... [Read More]
Commentary: Now that's rich Commentary: Now that's rich
20 weeks ago - - PAUL KRUGMAN
Institutional Investor’s latest “rich list” in its Alpha magazine, its survey of the 25 highest-paid hedge fund managers, is out — and it turns out that these guys make a lot of money. Surprise! [Read More]
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