Tag Archives: Paul Krugman

Paul Krugman’s Self-Protectionist Moment

The economist inadvertently puts a spotlight on everything wrong with his profession and with himself.

Read more »

Greece: The Syriza Dream is Over

With Tspirpas running out of luck, Krugman and Stiglitz have to find new political champions to promote the cause of economic self-destruction

Read more »

China and the End of the Magic of Extrapolation

How can China avoid a hard landing in the next few years?

Read more »

Europe’s Phony War: Austerians Vs. Deficitarians

Are European nations really well-advised to follow the alluring policy prescriptions of U.S.-based deficit boosters?

Read more »

Why It’s Impossible To Unionize Walmart

Walmart is the largest private employer in the United States. Why are none of its employees in a union?

Read more »

The Need to Challenge Conventional Economic Wisdom: Part II

What does the economics profession really know about generating economic growth?

Read more »

Is It Global Weimar?

Must debt restructuring and reduction occur for the West’s economies to truly recover?

Read more »

Economies and the Three-Legged Stool

Does Paul Krugman really think it would be wise for Germany to blow all its savings on buying American exports today?

Read more »

Europe, the United States and Their Common Challenges

How could the current economic difficulties faced by Europe and the United States strengthen the transatlantic alliance?

Read more »

Paul Krugman Vs. Germany

Should Germany be punished for embracing austerity measures?

Read more »

Privacy Preference Center

Necessary Cookies

The use of certain cookies is required for the site to function correctly.



Improve content and site performance.