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Paul Krugman writes a column for the New York Times.

Articles by PAUL KRUGMAN

Commentary: Francs, fear and folly Commentary: Francs, fear and folly
32 weeks ago - - PAUL KRUGMAN
Ah, Switzerland, famed for cuckoo clocks and sound money. Other nations may experiment with radical economic policies, but with the Swiss you don’t get surprises. [Read More]
Commentary: For the love of carbon Commentary: For the love of carbon
32 weeks ago - - PAUL KRUGMAN
It should come as no surprise that the very first move of the new Republican Senate is an attempt to push President Barack Obama into approving the Keystone XL pipeline, which would carry oil from Canadian tar sands. [Read More]
Commentary: Voodoo time machine Commentary: Voodoo time machine
33 weeks ago - - PAUL KRUGMAN
Many of us in the econ biz were wondering how the new leaders of Congress would respond to the sharp increase in American economic growth that, we now know, began last spring. [Read More]
Commentary: Presidents and the economy Commentary: Presidents and the economy
33 weeks ago - - PAUL KRUGMAN
Suddenly, or so it seems, the U.S. economy is looking better. Things have been looking up for a while, but at this point the signs of improvement — job gains, rapidly growing GDP, rising public confidence — are unmistakable. [Read More]
Commentary: The planet's twin peaks Commentary: The planet's twin peaks
34 weeks ago - - PAUL KRUGMAN
In 2014, soaring inequality in advanced nations finally received the attention it deserved, as Thomas Piketty’s “Capital in the Twenty-First Century” became a surprise (and deserving) best-seller. [Read More]
Commentary: The Obama economy Commentary: The Obama economy
34 weeks ago - - PAUL KRUGMAN
Suppose that for some reason you decided to start hitting yourself in the head, repeatedly, with a baseball bat. You’d feel pretty bad. Correspondingly, you’d probably feel a lot better if and when you finally stopped. What would that improvement in your condition tell you? [Read More]
Commentary: Tidings of comfort Commentary: Tidings of comfort
35 weeks ago - - PAUL KRUGMAN
Maybe I’m just projecting, but Christmas seemed unusually subdued this year. The malls seemed less crowded than usual, the people glummer. There was even less Muzak in the air. [Read More]
Commentary: In modern era, conquest is for losers Commentary: In modern era, conquest is for losers
35 weeks ago - - PAUL KRUGMAN
More than a century has passed since Norman Angell, a British journalist and politician, published “The Great Illusion,” a treatise arguing that the age of conquest was or at least should be over. [Read More]
Commentary: Vladimir Putin's bubble bursts Commentary: Vladimir Putin's bubble bursts
36 weeks ago - - PAUL KRUGMAN
If you’re the type who finds macho posturing impressive, Vladimir Putin is your kind of guy. Sure enough, many American conservatives seem to have an embarrassing crush on the swaggering strongman. [Read More]
Commentary: Wall Street's revenge Commentary: Wall Street's revenge
36 weeks ago - - PAUL KRUGMAN
On Wall Street, 2010 was the year of “Obama rage,” in which financial tycoons went ballistic over the president’s suggestion that some bankers helped cause the financial crisis. They were also, of course, angry about the Dodd-Frank financial reform. [Read More]
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