Indiana, PA - Indiana County

PAUL KRUGMAN

Paul Krugman writes a column for the New York Times.

Articles by PAUL KRUGMAN

Commentary: Sweden turns Japanese
26 weeks ago - - PAUL KRUGMAN
Three years ago Sweden was widely regarded as a role model in how to deal with a global crisis [Read More]
Commentary: Salvation gets cheap Commentary: Salvation gets cheap
27 weeks ago - - PAUL KRUGMAN
The Intergovernmental Panel on Climate Change, which pools the efforts of scientists around the globe, has begun releasing draft chapters from its latest assessment, and, for the most part, the reading is as grim as you might expect. [Read More]
Commentary: Three expensive milliseconds Commentary: Three expensive milliseconds
27 weeks ago - - PAUL KRUGMAN
We’re giving huge sums to the financial industry while receiving little or nothing in return. [Read More]
Commentary: Health care nightmares Commentary: Health care nightmares
28 weeks ago - - PAUL KRUGMAN
When it comes to health reform, Republicans suffer from delusions of disaster. They know, just know, that the Affordable Care Act is doomed to utter failure, so failure is what they see, never mind the facts on the ground. [Read More]
Commentary: Oligarchs and money Commentary: Oligarchs and money
28 weeks ago - - PAUL KRUGMAN
Econonerds eagerly await each new edition of the International Monetary Fund’s World Economic Outlook. Never mind the forecasts, what we’re waiting for are the analytical chapters, which are always interesting and even provocative. This latest report is no exception. [Read More]
Commentary: Rube Goldberg has survived Commentary: Rube Goldberg has survived
29 weeks ago - - PAUL KRUGMAN
Holy 7 million, Batman! The Affordable Care Act, aka Obamacare, has made a stunning comeback from its shambolic start. As the March 31 deadline for 2014 coverage approached, there was a surge in applications at the “exchanges” — the special insurance marketplaces the law set up. [Read More]
Commentary: Jobs and skills and zombies Commentary: Jobs and skills and zombies
29 weeks ago - - PAUL KRUGMAN
A few months ago, Jamie Dimon, the chief executive of JPMorgan Chase, and Marlene Seltzer, the chief executive of Jobs for the Future, published an article in Politico titled “Closing the Skills Gap.” They began portentously: “Today, nearly 11 million Americans are unemployed. ..." [Read More]
Commentary: America's taxation tradition Commentary: America's taxation tradition
30 weeks ago - - PAUL KRUGMAN
As inequality has become an increasingly prominent issue in American discourse, there has been furious pushback from the right. [Read More]
Commentary: The dominance of wealth over work Commentary: The dominance of wealth over work
30 weeks ago - - PAUL KRUGMAN
It seems safe to say that “Capital in the Twenty-First Century,” the magnum opus of the French economist Thomas Piketty, will be the most important economics book of the year — and maybe of the decade. [Read More]
Commentary: The economic timidity trap Commentary: The economic timidity trap
31 weeks ago - - PAUL KRUGMAN
There don’t seem to be any major economic crises under way right this moment, and policymakers in many places are patting themselves on the back. In Europe, for example, they’re crowing about Spain’s recovery: ... [Read More]
Page: 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10
Featured Columnists