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PAUL KRUGMAN

Paul Krugman writes a column for the New York Times.

Articles by PAUL KRUGMAN

Commentary: Being bad Europeans Commentary: Being bad Europeans
16 weeks ago - - PAUL KRUGMAN
The U.S. economy finally seems to be climbing out of the deep hole it entered during the global financial crisis. Unfortunately, Europe, the other epicenter of crisis, can’t say the same. [Read More]
Commentary: Pollution and politics Commentary: Pollution and politics
17 weeks ago - - PAUL KRUGMAN
This past week, the Environmental Protection Agency announced proposed regulations to curb emissions of ozone, which causes smog, not to mention asthma, heart disease and premature death. [Read More]
Commentary: Rock bottom economics Commentary: Rock bottom economics
17 weeks ago - - PAUL KRUGMAN
Six years ago the Federal Reserve hit rock bottom. It had been cutting the federal funds rate more or less frantically in an unsuccessful attempt to get ahead of the recession and financial crisis. But it eventually reached the point where it could cut no more. [Read More]
Commentary: Suffer the little children Commentary: Suffer the little children
18 weeks ago - - PAUL KRUGMAN
The Tenement Museum, on the Lower East Side of Manhattan, is one of my favorite places in New York City. It’s a Civil War-vintage building that housed successive waves of immigrants, and a number of apartments have been restored to look exactly as they did in various eras. [Read More]
Commentary: The successes of government Commentary: The successes of government
18 weeks ago - - PAUL KRUGMAN
The great American Ebola freakout of 2014 seems to be over. The disease is still ravaging Africa, and as with any epidemic, there’s always a risk of a renewed outbreak. But there haven’t been any new U.S. cases for a while, and popular anxiety is fading fast. [Read More]
Commentary: China, coal and climate
19 weeks ago - - PAUL KRUGMAN
It’s easy to be cynical about summit meetings. Often they’re just photo ops, and the photos from the latest Asia-Pacific Economic Cooperation meeting, which had world leaders looking remarkably like the cast of “Star Trek,” were especially cringe-worthy. [Read More]
Commentary: Death by typo Commentary: Death by typo
19 weeks ago - - PAUL KRUGMAN
My parents used to own a small house with a large backyard, in which my mother cultivated a beautiful garden. At some point, however — I don’t remember why — my father looked at the official deed defining their property, and received a shock. [Read More]
Commentary: Triumph of the wrong Commentary: Triumph of the wrong
20 weeks ago - - PAUL KRUGMAN
The race is not to the swift, nor the battle to the strong, neither yet bread to the wise, nor yet midterms to men of understanding. Or as I put it on the eve of another Republican Party sweep, politics determines who has the power, not who has the truth. [Read More]
Commentary: Business vs. economics Commentary: Business vs. economics
20 weeks ago - - PAUL KRUGMAN
TOKYO — The Bank of Japan, this country’s equivalent of the Federal Reserve, has lately been making a big effort to end deflation, which has afflicted Japan’s economy for almost two decades. [Read More]
Commentary: Apologizing to Japan Commentary: Apologizing to Japan
21 weeks ago - - PAUL KRUGMAN
TOKYO — For almost two decades, Japan has been held up as a cautionary tale, an object lesson on how not to run an advanced economy. After all, the island nation is the rising superpower that stumbled. [Read More]
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