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Orange County Register
Brexit: What does it mean?into both false certainty and false fear. Exhibit A: New York Times columnist
Brexit: What does it mean?
Orange County Register / Posted 23 hours ago
into both false certainty and false fear. Exhibit A: New York Times columnist – and monument to intellectual self-regard – Paul Krugman. A naked partisan who believes he speaks directly for the liberal conscience, Krugman has also become one of the... Read more
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Rutland Herald
Crucial role of super-delegatesParty establishment not some shadowy upper-class cabal, there is a question abo
Crucial role of super-delegates
Rutland Herald / Posted yesterday
Party establishment not some shadowy upper-class cabal, there is a question about its even being an �establishment.� As Paul Krugman recently noted, Will Rogers� said that he did not belong to any organized party because he was a Democrat.... Read more
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Breitbart
Paul Krugman: Brexit Won’t Bring Recession, CatastropheShockingly, Paul Krugman is the voice of reason on Brexit’s financial impact, t
Paul Krugman: Brexit Won’t Bring Recession, Catastrophe
Breitbart / Posted 2 days ago
Shockingly, Paul Krugman is the voice of reason on Brexit’s financial impact, trying to reassure business pundits that the sky is not falling. Well, that was pretty awesome – and I mean that in the worst way. A number of people deserve vast... Read more
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Bangkok Post - Thailand's English news
Brexit pitches world into uncharted terrainpledges means "it is doubtful whether this will have much credibility in financ
Brexit pitches world into uncharted terrain
Bangkok Post - Thailand's English news / Posted 2 days ago
pledges means "it is doubtful whether this will have much credibility in financial markets". Nobel Prize-winning economist Paul Krugman used his New York Times blog to say that "the consequences will be bad, but not as bad as many are... Read more
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Bangkok Post - Thailand's English news
Brexit pitches world into uncharted terrainpledges means "it is doubtful whether this will have much credibility in financ
Brexit pitches world into uncharted terrain
Bangkok Post - Thailand's English news / Posted 2 days ago
pledges means "it is doubtful whether this will have much credibility in financial markets". Nobel Prize-winning economist Paul Krugman used his New York Times blog to say that "the consequences will be bad, but not as bad as many are... Read more
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Channel NewsAsia
Brexit pitches world into uncharted terrainpledges means "it is doubtful whether this will have much credibility in financ
Brexit pitches world into uncharted terrain
Channel NewsAsia / Posted 2 days ago
pledges means "it is doubtful whether this will have much credibility in financial markets". Nobel Prize-winning economist Paul Krugman used his New York Times blog to say that "the consequences will be bad, but not as bad as many are... Read more
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MacDailyNews
The University of Oxford confers honorary degree on Apple’s Sir Jony Ive – MacDailyNewsDoctor of Letters, honoris causa: Spanish filmmaker Pedro Almodóvar • Doctor o
The University of Oxford confers honorary degree on Apple’s Sir Jony Ive – MacDailyNews
MacDailyNews / Posted 3 days ago
Doctor of Letters, honoris causa: Spanish filmmaker Pedro Almodóvar • Doctor of Letters, honoris causa: Professor Paul Krugman • Doctor of Letters, honoris causa: Japanese architect Professor Kazuyo Sejima • Doctor of Music, honoris... Read more
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Business Standard India
Mr Piketty's world viewsinequality. The second section, which spans 2012 to 2015, deals largely with t
Mr Piketty's world views
Business Standard India / Posted 4 days ago
inequality. The second section, which spans 2012 to 2015, deals largely with the Euro-zone crisis. Like others, including Paul Krugman, Mr Piketty views the European Union as an incomplete project. He is highly critical of the EU, saying that it... Read more
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This is Oxfordshire
Oxford honorary degree parade met by protests against university payable to bring up a family and pay off a mortgage." The procession, which also
Oxford honorary degree parade met by protests against university pay
This is Oxfordshire / Posted 4 days ago
able to bring up a family and pay off a mortgage." The procession, which also included New York Times columnist Professor Paul Krugman and composer Arvo Part, led the graduates into an official ceremony at the Sheldonian Theatre. Previous... Read more
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Oxford Mail
Oxford honorary degree parade met by protests against university payable to bring up a family and pay off a mortgage." The procession, which also
Oxford honorary degree parade met by protests against university pay
Oxford Mail / Posted 4 days ago
able to bring up a family and pay off a mortgage." The procession, which also included New York Times columnist Professor Paul Krugman and composer Arvo Part, led the graduates into an official ceremony at the Sheldonian Theatre. Previous... Read more
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FOX Business
Federal Reserve Chair Janet Yellen Says Brexit Influences Rate DecisionReading Below But not everyone is as pessimistic as Tusk. According to NobelPr
Federal Reserve Chair Janet Yellen Says Brexit Influences Rate Decision
FOX Business / Posted 4 days ago
Reading Below But not everyone is as pessimistic as Tusk. According to NobelPrize winning economist Paul Krugman, a vote for Brexit is highlyunlikely to result in financial crisis and could actually have... Read more
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Naked Capitalism
Economists are Divided over Brexitof economic losses amounting to as much as 4 or 5 percent of GDP may be overly
Economists are Divided over Brexit
Naked Capitalism / Posted 4 days ago
of economic losses amounting to as much as 4 or 5 percent of GDP may be overly alarmist. Sawyer notes that on Monday, Paul Krugman put the potential loss at 2 percent in the New York Times. “In the short term,” Sawyer observes, “I’d expect... Read more
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The New Zealand Herald
Patrick McVeigh: No magic bullet to productivity challengeI endorse these comments but also assert that the issue is far more complex. A
Patrick McVeigh: No magic bullet to productivity challenge
The New Zealand Herald / Posted 5 days ago
I endorse these comments but also assert that the issue is far more complex. As American economist and Nobel Prize winner, Paul Krugman, famously said: "productivity isn't everything, but in the long run it is almost everything". To this end the... Read more
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The Hazleton Standard-Speaker
For Hillary, Dems turn on their own“all things small and the enemy of all things big.” The Clinton campaign’s ult
For Hillary, Dems turn on their own
The Hazleton Standard-Speaker / Posted 5 days ago
“all things small and the enemy of all things big.” The Clinton campaign’s ultimate puppet, The New York Times journalist Paul Krugman, who must do Thomas Piketty proud, and who nearly a decade ago also attacked the Obama camp to no end, savagely... Read more
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Rutland Herald
The death of a partyor some broad, bipartisan upsurge of rage against the establishment. What worke
The death of a party
Rutland Herald / Posted 5 days ago
or some broad, bipartisan upsurge of rage against the establishment. What worked in the primary won�t work in the general election, because only one party�s establishment was already dead inside. Paul Krugman is a columnist for The New York... Read more
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Otago Daily Times
Environmental cost to buildingintergenerational equity but it most certainly is a question that council/s mus
Environmental cost to building
Otago Daily Times / Posted 6 days ago
intergenerational equity but it most certainly is a question that council/s must at least ask of themselves. Economist Paul Krugman implies that sensible fiscal policy is a moral issue. The real "sin'' is not investing enough in the core... Read more
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Arkansas Times
Krugman cheers Occupy Wall StreetThe NY Times' Paul Krugman cheers the Occupy Wall Street movement. He offers so
Krugman cheers Occupy Wall Street
Arkansas Times / Posted 6 days ago
The NY Times' Paul Krugman cheers the Occupy Wall Street movement. He offers some caveats, but his core explanation of the justification for demonstrations is worth noting: In the first act, bankers took advantage of deregulation to run wild (and... Read more
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Salon.com
Paul Krugman: Trump won the Republican nomination because his party is “already dead inside”his Monday New York Times column, economist Paul Krugman argued that the reason
Paul Krugman: Trump won the Republican nomination because his party is “already dead inside”
Salon.com / Posted 6 days ago
his Monday New York Times column, economist Paul Krugman argued that the reason Republicans ended up with the candidate that they deserve — Donald Trump — is simply because they’re ideologically bankrupt and do, in fact, deserve him. He noted that... Read more
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The New Zealand Herald
Deborah Hill Cone: 'Leavers' framing EU as bogeymanprojections for 2030, none have suggested that we'd be poorer." So you're for
Deborah Hill Cone: 'Leavers' framing EU as bogeyman
The New Zealand Herald / Posted 7 days ago
projections for 2030, none have suggested that we'd be poorer." So you're for leaving then? Steady on, vicar. I also read Paul Krugman. Isn't he a dangerous lefty? I'm ignoring that. He won the Nobel Prize for Economics. Krugman says: " The... Read more
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Naked Capitalism
Curbing Monopolies Promotes Growth, Lowers Inequalitycompetitive rates of return. But the overall impact of market power goes beyond
Curbing Monopolies Promotes Growth, Lowers Inequality
Naked Capitalism / Posted 7 days ago
competitive rates of return. But the overall impact of market power goes beyond these direct effects. In a recent article, Paul Krugman (2015) argued that market power has been rising and that this rise is driving the increase in income inequality.... Read more
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The Economic Times
India Inc hails Raghuram Rajan's work as he says no to second termback in 2005, he had to face ridicule from such luminaries as then Federal Rese
India Inc hails Raghuram Rajan's work as he says no to second term
The Economic Times / Posted 8 days ago
back in 2005, he had to face ridicule from such luminaries as then Federal Reserve chief Alan Greenspan and Nobel laureate Paul Krugman. He had the last laugh, so to say, when that became a reality. "He was one of the visionaries. He saw the... Read more
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The Financial Express
India Inc hails Raghuram Rajan’s work as he says no to second termback in 2005, he had to face ridicule from such luminaries as then Federal Rese
India Inc hails Raghuram Rajan’s work as he says no to second term
The Financial Express / Posted 8 days ago
back in 2005, he had to face ridicule from such luminaries as then Federal Reserve chief Alan Greenspan and Nobel laureate Paul Krugman. He had the last laugh, so to say, when that became a reality. “He was one of the visionaries. He saw the... Read more
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New Kerala
India Inc hails Rajan's work as he says no to second term - newkerala.com #78642back in 2005, he had to face ridicule from such luminaries as then Federal Rese
India Inc hails Rajan's work as he says no to second term - newkerala.com #78642
New Kerala / Posted 8 days ago
back in 2005, he had to face ridicule from such luminaries as then Federal Reserve chief Alan Greenspan and Nobel laureate Paul Krugman. He had the last laugh, so to say, when that became a reality. "He was one of the visionaries. He saw the... Read more
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New Kerala
India Inc hails Rajan's work as he says no to second term - newkerala.com #78608back in 2005, he had to face ridicule from such luminaries as then Federal Rese
India Inc hails Rajan's work as he says no to second term - newkerala.com #78608
New Kerala / Posted 8 days ago
back in 2005, he had to face ridicule from such luminaries as then Federal Reserve chief Alan Greenspan and Nobel laureate Paul Krugman. He had the last laugh, so to say, when that became a reality. "He was one of the visionaries. He saw the... Read more
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New Kerala
Raghuram Rajan's no to 2nd RBI term, says academia beckons him (Intro Roundup) - newkerala.com #78615back in 2005, he had to face ridicule from such luminaries as then Federal Rese
Raghuram Rajan's no to 2nd RBI term, says academia beckons him (Intro Roundup) - newkerala.com #78615
New Kerala / Posted 8 days ago
back in 2005, he had to face ridicule from such luminaries as then Federal Reserve chief Alan Greenspan and Nobel laureate Paul Krugman. He had the last laugh, so to say, when that became a reality. What had started as an academic paper titled... Read more
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New Kerala
Raghuram Rajan's no to 2nd RBI term, says academia beckons him ( - newkerala.com #78588back in 2005, he had to face ridicule from such luminaries as then Federal Rese
Raghuram Rajan's no to 2nd RBI term, says academia beckons him ( - newkerala.com #78588
New Kerala / Posted 8 days ago
back in 2005, he had to face ridicule from such luminaries as then Federal Reserve chief Alan Greenspan and Nobel laureate Paul Krugman. He had the last laugh, so to say, when that became a reality. What had started as an academic paper titled... Read more
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Arkansas Democrat-Gazette
Fear, loathing, Brexitvote Remain. There would be no joy in that vote. But a choice must be made, and
Fear, loathing, Brexit
Arkansas Democrat-Gazette / Posted 8 days ago
vote Remain. There would be no joy in that vote. But a choice must be made, and that's where I'd come down. ------------v------------ Paul Krugman, who won the 2008 Nobel Prize in economics, writes for the New York Times. Editorial on 06/1... Read more
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Rutland Herald
Fear, loathing and BrexitYou have to be really, really sure that Europe is unfixable to support Brexit.
Fear, loathing and Brexit
Rutland Herald / Posted 8 days ago
You have to be really, really sure that Europe is unfixable to support Brexit. So I�d vote Remain. There would be no joy in that vote. But a choice must be made, and that�s where I�d come down. Paul Krugman is a columnist for The New York... Read more
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Salon.com
Paul Krugman: The “free-market fantasy” has “always and everywhere proved delusional”his Friday New York Times column, Paul Krugman discussed the upcoming “Brexit”
Paul Krugman: The “free-market fantasy” has “always and everywhere proved delusional”
Salon.com / Posted 9 days ago
his Friday New York Times column, Paul Krugman discussed the upcoming “Brexit” vote, in which the British will decide whether or not to remain in the European Union. He argued that despite the fact that “the E.U. is deeply dysfunctional and shows... Read more
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Daily Telegraph
It's no wonder young students love the EU. They're being indoctrinatedprovide governments with handy intellectual alibis for flagship programmes. To
It's no wonder young students love the EU. They're being indoctrinated
Daily Telegraph / Posted 10 days ago
provide governments with handy intellectual alibis for flagship programmes. Today’s "rockstar intellectuals" – people like Paul Krugman and Joseph Stiglitz – make additional money by jetting around the world condemning "free markets" while hailing... Read more
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WTHR Indianapolis
Brian Howey: Why are We the People so damn angry?person will be barely positive.” In reviewing Gordon’s book, New York Times co
Brian Howey: Why are We the People so damn angry?
WTHR Indianapolis / Posted 10 days ago
person will be barely positive.” In reviewing Gordon’s book, New York Times columnist and Nobel Prize winning economist Paul Krugman, while not quite buying into the theory, observed, “Perhaps the future isn’t what it used to be.” As for the... Read more
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Rutland Herald
Party of the scamof the many Trump scams in the news. They�ll also claim that Trump doesn�t refl
Party of the scam
Rutland Herald / Posted 11 days ago
of the many Trump scams in the news. They�ll also claim that Trump doesn�t reflect their party�s values. But the truth is that in a very deep sense he does. And that�s why they couldn�t stop him. Paul Krugman is a columnist for The New York... Read more
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The Washington Times
Donald Trump’s superior plans on the economystiff tariffs is not a novel idea. Mitt Romney suggested much the same in 2012
Donald Trump’s superior plans on the economy
The Washington Times / Posted 12 days ago
stiff tariffs is not a novel idea. Mitt Romney suggested much the same in 2012 and liberal economist and Nobel Laureate Paul Krugman has argued for a similar approach to finally pry open the Chinese market. Mrs. Clinton says she would get tough... Read more
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Op-Ed News
NYT Dismisses Social Programs, Routine in Much of the World, as "Unsustainable"that single-payer healthcare will "never, ever happen." New York Times' Clinton
NYT Dismisses Social Programs, Routine in Much of the World, as "Unsustainable"
Op-Ed News / Posted 12 days ago
that single-payer healthcare will "never, ever happen." New York Times' Clinton partisan and leading center-left economist Paul Krugman insisted in January that single-payer was "a distraction." Adam Gaffney of the New Republicwrote in March,... Read more
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Breitbart
Paul Krugman Is Nearly Always WrongPaul Krugman, number-one opinion page editorialist for the New York Times and p
Paul Krugman Is Nearly Always Wrong
Breitbart / Posted 12 days ago
Paul Krugman, number-one opinion page editorialist for the New York Times and professor of (macro) economics at NYU, is really nothing more than a limousine liberal, champagne hatchet man for the Clinton’s. He should be seen for what he is, the most... Read more
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Waxahachie Daily Light
Fascism: A bipartisan afflictionmilitary-industrial complex than with spreading democracy. This is why some sup
Fascism: A bipartisan affliction
Waxahachie Daily Light / Posted 12 days ago
military-industrial complex than with spreading democracy. This is why some supposed free-market conservatives sound like Paul Krugman on steroids when discussing the economic benefits of military spending. Similarly, some anti-war progressives... Read more
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Zero Hedge
Keynesian Triumph: Americans Are Brokeof thing across an economy, and one can have an idea how the development of suc
Keynesian Triumph: Americans Are Broke
Zero Hedge / Posted 12 days ago
of thing across an economy, and one can have an idea how the development of such goods enables economic growth. Contra Paul Krugman and other modern-day Keynesians, capital formation does not exist as a “given.” Instead, capital formation not... Read more
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Op-Ed News
Race, gender and the US presidential campaignmost unabashed argument for the primacy of race and gender over class issues co
Race, gender and the US presidential campaign
Op-Ed News / Posted 13 days ago
most unabashed argument for the primacy of race and gender over class issues comes from New York Times commentator Paul Krugman, who throughout the election campaign has used his column to promote Clinton and heap scorn on supporters of... Read more
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Op-Ed News
Lesson 1 at Trump University: The hard sell - LA TimesPaul Krugman, asks an interesting question about the GOP, and asks : "is there
Lesson 1 at Trump University: The hard sell - LA Times
Op-Ed News / Posted 13 days ago
Paul Krugman, asks an interesting question about the GOP, and asks : "is there something structural about the modern Republican Party that makes it unable to confront grifters? "It's not as if any of this dirt was deeply hidden. The Trump U. story... Read more
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Salon.com
Paul Krugman: Donald Trump is the embodiment of the GOP — a party of griftershis Monday New York Times column, Paul Krugman wondered why, exactly, it is tha
Paul Krugman: Donald Trump is the embodiment of the GOP — a party of grifters
Salon.com / Posted 13 days ago
his Monday New York Times column, Paul Krugman wondered why, exactly, it is that the Republican Party is so susceptible to the appeals of con men like Donald Trump. The answer, he argued, is that “there something structural about the modern... Read more
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Salon.com
The press did Bernie right in: If Sanders supporters are sore, they have a right to bewhy the media were so hard on Sanders’ policies, ridiculing them as pie-in-the-
The press did Bernie right in: If Sanders supporters are sore, they have a right to be
Salon.com / Posted 14 days ago
why the media were so hard on Sanders’ policies, ridiculing them as pie-in-the-sky. On the other hand, Times columnist Paul Krugman, once a liberal hero, took a lot of flak from Sanders supporters for criticizing several of the senator’s... Read more
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Arkansas Democrat-Gazette
More inequalitythe country has already moved a long way in her direction. But one thing is for
More inequality
Arkansas Democrat-Gazette / Posted 15 days ago
the country has already moved a long way in her direction. But one thing is for sure: It's going to be ugly. ------------v------------ Paul Krugman, who won the 2008 Nobel Prize in economics, writes for the New York Times. Editorial on 06/11... Read more
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Japan Today
Creating a happier workforce for higher productivity in Japan ‹ Japan Today“Productivity isn’t everything, but in the long run it is almost everything,” s
Creating a happier workforce for higher productivity in Japan ‹ Japan Today
Japan Today / Posted 16 days ago
“Productivity isn’t everything, but in the long run it is almost everything,” said Paul Krugman, an eminent Nobel laureate in economics. So far, most ways used in Japan to raise productivity are conventional: capital investment, labor increment,... Read more
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Raw Story
Did the New York Times sink Bernie Sanders?why the media were so hard on Sanders’ policies, ridiculing them as pie-in-the-
Did the New York Times sink Bernie Sanders?
Raw Story / Posted 16 days ago
why the media were so hard on Sanders’ policies, ridiculing them as pie-in-the-sky. On the other hand, Times columnist Paul Krugman, once a liberal hero, took a lot of flak from Sanders supporters for criticizing several of the senator’s... Read more
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Naked Capitalism
00PM Water Coolerthem. Krugman: “[L]ike it or not, horizontal inequality, racial inequality abo
00PM Water Cooler
Naked Capitalism / Posted 16 days ago
them. Krugman: “[L]ike it or not, horizontal inequality, racial inequality above all, will define the general election” [Paul Krugman, New York Times]. “[R]ace-based political mobilization cuts both ways. Black and Hispanic support for Democrats... Read more
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Salon.com
Paul Krugman: This election will come down to the “racial animus” and “the rage of white men”Friday New York Times column, economist Paul Krugman discussed the likely role
Paul Krugman: This election will come down to the “racial animus” and “the rage of white men”
Salon.com / Posted 16 days ago
Friday New York Times column, economist Paul Krugman discussed the likely role that “horizontal inequality” — that is, inequality between equally wealthy groups of racially or culturally defined groups — will play in the upcoming presidential... Read more
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Op-Ed News
Media Blind Spots and the 2016 Democratic Primary Election HijackingsNever as many as I wanted, and perhaps only 2% of what I sent out. By comparis
Media Blind Spots and the 2016 Democratic Primary Election Hijackings
Op-Ed News / Posted 19 days ago
Never as many as I wanted, and perhaps only 2% of what I sent out. By comparison, Charles Krauthammer, Cal Thomas, or Paul Krugman articles are carried in hundreds of newspapers. That's the way it goes. If they say something you object to in a... Read more
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Salon.com
Paul Krugman: GOP economic predictions always “utterly wrong,” yet no one “in that camp has learned from experience”his Monday New York Times column, economist Paul Krugman discussed the most rec
Paul Krugman: GOP economic predictions always “utterly wrong,” yet no one “in that camp has learned from experience”
Salon.com / Posted 20 days ago
his Monday New York Times column, economist Paul Krugman discussed the most recent jobs report, which indicated that the country only generated 38,000 new jobs. He noted that the Verizon strike can “explain part of the bad news,” as well as the fact... Read more
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The New Zealand Herald
No one is quite sure what causes big recessionscarnage after 2008 -- though both involved similar-sized losses of paper wealth
No one is quite sure what causes big recessions
The New Zealand Herald / Posted 21 days ago
carnage after 2008 -- though both involved similar-sized losses of paper wealth, the latter included much more borrowing. Paul Krugman, for example, embraces this reading of history. It's also the idea of the balance-sheet recession, popularized... Read more
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Namibia Economist
Sighing for paradise to comeand least condescending way to provide redistribution if redistribution there m
Sighing for paradise to come
Namibia Economist / Posted 21 days ago
and least condescending way to provide redistribution if redistribution there must be. American liberals including Paul Krugman, an economist and columnist, and Robert Reich, a former labour secretary, are also interested. Along with... Read more
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