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Naked Capitalism
00PM Water Coolerforensics” experts could hand the DNC a hefty bill for “finding” them. Fascinat
00PM Water Cooler
Naked Capitalism / Posted 4 hours ago
forensics” experts could hand the DNC a hefty bill for “finding” them. Fascinating to see liberals like Josh Marshall and Paul Krugman cross the line from being mere hacks — who among us, and so on — to completely losing their minds. 2016 has been... Read more
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Newsmax
We Can't Borrow From the Future Anymoreof private consumption by government debt, which will create desirable inflatio
We Can't Borrow From the Future Anymore
Newsmax / Posted 10 hours ago
of private consumption by government debt, which will create desirable inflation. This view, trumpeted most famously by Paul Krugman, is going to bite us all—not just rear-facing economists—in our collective derriere. And that is the essential... Read more
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Zero Hedge
Michael Hudson Exposes 2016's Real 'Class War': Krugman's Neocon Neoliberalism Vs Trump's Righteous PopulismFriday, just after the Republican National Congress wrapped up with its preside
Michael Hudson Exposes 2016's Real 'Class War': Krugman's Neocon Neoliberalism Vs Trump's Righteous Populism
Zero Hedge / Posted yesterday
Friday, just after the Republican National Congress wrapped up with its presidential candidate, Donald Trump, Paul Krugman of the New York Times penned an article titled "Donald Trump: The Siberian Candidate." He said in it, if... Read more
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Fortune
Clinton Campaign Suggests DNC Email Leak Is Vast Russian Conspiracy To Elect TrumpDonald Trump and the Russian state, but others have already done some legwork f
Clinton Campaign Suggests DNC Email Leak Is Vast Russian Conspiracy To Elect Trump
Fortune / Posted yesterday
Donald Trump and the Russian state, but others have already done some legwork for him on that front. In the New York Times, Paul Krugman on Friday outlined concrete connections between Trump campaign manager Paul Manafort and allies of Vladimir... Read more
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Irish Central
The real deal about Ireland’s clans and tribes of leprechaunsA US economist named Paul Krugman made an awful mistake last week when he sneer
The real deal about Ireland’s clans and tribes of leprechauns
Irish Central / Posted yesterday
A US economist named Paul Krugman made an awful mistake last week when he sneered at the latest Irish economic returns as being "leprechaun economics.” At time of speaking Mr. Krugman from The New York Times betrayed the fact that he knows more... Read more
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Naked Capitalism
Michael Hudson: 2016 Is Wall Street and the Corporate Sector (Clinton) vs. the Populists (Trump)Friday, just after the Republican National Congress wrapped up with its preside
Michael Hudson: 2016 Is Wall Street and the Corporate Sector (Clinton) vs. the Populists (Trump)
Naked Capitalism / Posted yesterday
Friday, just after the Republican National Congress wrapped up with its presidential candidate, Donald Trump, Paul Krugman of the New York Times penned an article titled “Donald Trump: The Siberian Candidate.” He said in it, if... Read more
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Brisbane Times
US fears over Donald Trump's connections with Vladimir Putin's Russiasuggest Mr Trump may be getting backing from Russia for his US campaign. Respe
US fears over Donald Trump's connections with Vladimir Putin's Russia
Brisbane Times / Posted yesterday
suggest Mr Trump may be getting backing from Russia for his US campaign. Respected publications such as Slate, economist Paul Krugman writing in The New York Times, and The Washington Post have commented on the convergence between Mr Trump's... Read more
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WA Today
US fears over Donald Trump's connections with Vladimir Putin's Russiasuggest Mr Trump may be getting backing from Russia for his US campaign. Respe
US fears over Donald Trump's connections with Vladimir Putin's Russia
WA Today / Posted yesterday
suggest Mr Trump may be getting backing from Russia for his US campaign. Respected publications such as Slate, economist Paul Krugman writing in The New York Times, and The Washington Post have commented on the convergence between Trump's... Read more
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The Age
US fears over Donald Trump's connections with Vladimir Putin's Russiasuggest Mr Trump may be getting backing from Russia for his US campaign. Respe
US fears over Donald Trump's connections with Vladimir Putin's Russia
The Age / Posted yesterday
suggest Mr Trump may be getting backing from Russia for his US campaign. Respected publications such as Slate, economist Paul Krugman writing in The New York Times, and The Washington Post have commented on the convergence between Trump's... Read more
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Sydney Morning Herald
US fears over Donald Trump's connections with Vladimir Putin's Russiasuggest Mr Trump may be getting backing from Russia for his US campaign. Respe
US fears over Donald Trump's connections with Vladimir Putin's Russia
Sydney Morning Herald / Posted yesterday
suggest Mr Trump may be getting backing from Russia for his US campaign. Respected publications such as Slate, economist Paul Krugman writing in The New York Times, and The Washington Post have commented on the convergence between Trump's... Read more
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Canberra Times
US fears over Donald Trump's connections with Vladimir Putin's Russiasuggest Mr Trump may be getting backing from Russia for his US campaign. Respe
US fears over Donald Trump's connections with Vladimir Putin's Russia
Canberra Times / Posted yesterday
suggest Mr Trump may be getting backing from Russia for his US campaign. Respected publications such as Slate, economist Paul Krugman writing in The New York Times, and The Washington Post have commented on the convergence between Trump's... Read more
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Kansas City InfoZine
Clinton's VP Pick, Virginia Senator Tim Kainereform was overturned by Bill Clinton. The Republican platform is for putting i
Clinton's VP Pick, Virginia Senator Tim Kaine
Kansas City InfoZine / Posted 2 days ago
reform was overturned by Bill Clinton. The Republican platform is for putting it back and the alleged liberals Clinton and Paul Krugman are against reinstating it. "This shows Hillary Clinton hasn't learned a thing from the failed pro-Wall Street... Read more
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Arkansas Democrat-Gazette
The Siberian candidateobligations. But there's something very strange and disturbing going on here, a
The Siberian candidate
Arkansas Democrat-Gazette / Posted 2 days ago
obligations. But there's something very strange and disturbing going on here, and it should not be ignored. ------------v------------ Paul Krugman, who won the 2008 Nobel Prize in economics, writes for the New York Times. Editorial on 07/2... Read more
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Rutland Herald
The Siberian candidatebe horrified when that same candidate suggests that he might welsh on American
The Siberian candidate
Rutland Herald / Posted 2 days ago
be horrified when that same candidate suggests that he might welsh on American financial obligations. But there�s something very strange and disturbing going on here, and it should not be ignored. Paul Krugman is a columnist for The New York T... Read more
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Irish Central
The serious side to Paul Krugman’s leprechaun economicsIs it possible to be a Nobel Prize winning economist and a bit of an idiot at t
The serious side to Paul Krugman’s leprechaun economics
Irish Central / Posted 4 days ago
Is it possible to be a Nobel Prize winning economist and a bit of an idiot at the same time? Step forward Paul Krugman and take a bow. The distinguished New York Times columnist and City University of New York professor's tweet last week calling the... Read more
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Zero Hedge
"The World's Central Banks Are Making A Big Mistake"of private consumption by government debt, which will create desirable inflatio
"The World's Central Banks Are Making A Big Mistake"
Zero Hedge / Posted 5 days ago
of private consumption by government debt, which will create desirable inflation. This view, trumpeted most famously by Paul Krugman, is going to bite us all—not just rear-facing economists—in our collective derriere. And that is the essential... Read more
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Fortune
IMF Cuts Forecast for Global Growth After Brexitnegative effects” with regards to future investment in the U.K. as a result of
IMF Cuts Forecast for Global Growth After Brexit
Fortune / Posted 5 days ago
negative effects” with regards to future investment in the U.K. as a result of the decision. Nobel Prize winning economist Paul Krugman also recently argued against the idea that Brexit would cause short-term harm to the U.K. economy. “While there... Read more
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Belfast Telegraph
'Leprechaun economics' growth figures may mean higher EU billlast week, was labelled farcical by some experienced economists and even drew a
'Leprechaun economics' growth figures may mean higher EU bill
Belfast Telegraph / Posted 5 days ago
last week, was labelled farcical by some experienced economists and even drew amazement from Nobel prize winning economist Paul Krugman, who coined it as "leprechaun economics". Taoiseach Enda Kenny admitted the numbers do not reflect accurately... Read more
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Business Wire
Doosan Hosts the Doosan Global Business Forum 2016 in Scotlandof the Organization for Economic Cooperation and Development (OECD), as well as
Doosan Hosts the Doosan Global Business Forum 2016 in Scotland
Business Wire / Posted 5 days ago
of the Organization for Economic Cooperation and Development (OECD), as well as influential economists, including Paul Krugman, a Professor at Princeton University; Robert Shiller, a Professor at Yale University; and Kenneth Rogoff, a... Read more
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Irish Examiner
New system being developed for economic data after 'leprechaun economics' embarrassmentin the economy last year. The figures released last week have been dubbed “far
New system being developed for economic data after 'leprechaun economics' embarrassment
Irish Examiner / Posted 6 days ago
in the economy last year. The figures released last week have been dubbed “farcical” with Nobel Prize-winning economist Paul Krugman describing them as “leprechaun economics”. Speaking at the MacGill Summer School Mr Dalton said the figures,... Read more
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The Irish Times
Ireland fastest-growing economy or on brink of recessionlast year, announcing a 26 per cent rate of GDP growth has damaged our standing
Ireland fastest-growing economy or on brink of recession
The Irish Times / Posted 6 days ago
last year, announcing a 26 per cent rate of GDP growth has damaged our standing and the “leprechaun economics” tweet by Paul Krugman was the coup de grâce. The new figures also had the effect of reducing our national debt as a percentage of... Read more
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Rutland Herald
Media protecting Trump from himselfit has always been an evasion of responsibility. But taking the position that �
Media protecting Trump from himself
Rutland Herald / Posted 6 days ago
it has always been an evasion of responsibility. But taking the position that �both sides do it� now, in the face of this campaign and this candidate, is an act of mind-boggling irresponsibility. Paul Krugman is a columnist for The New York... Read more
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The Irish Times
Business Week: Leprechaun economics, Brexit, company newsup to 26.3 per cent. That’s four times the rate of China. “Leprechaun economic
Business Week: Leprechaun economics, Brexit, company news
The Irish Times / Posted 8 days ago
up to 26.3 per cent. That’s four times the rate of China. “Leprechaun economics,” was what Nobel Prize winning economist Paul Krugman said, while the Financial Times sarcastically lauded the Republic for producing yet another “notable work of... Read more
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Salon.com
The myth of the Democratic rift: Despite media hot air, the data show Sanders supporters will embrace ClintonHillary Clinton. Yet, some questions remain about whether Sanders supporters wi
The myth of the Democratic rift: Despite media hot air, the data show Sanders supporters will embrace Clinton
Salon.com / Posted 8 days ago
Hillary Clinton. Yet, some questions remain about whether Sanders supporters will embrace Clinton (some pundits, including Paul Krugman, suggested that Sanders would not support Clinton). Incidents like Susan Sarandon’s ambiguous comments about... Read more
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Newsmax
Paul Krugman Calls for Higher Japan Inflation Target, Fiscal Boosttarget to 4 percent and embark on a large but temporary fiscal stimulus to boos
Paul Krugman Calls for Higher Japan Inflation Target, Fiscal Boost
Newsmax / Posted 9 days ago
target to 4 percent and embark on a large but temporary fiscal stimulus to boost prices in the economy, Nobel laureate Paul Krugman said. Speaking at a conference this week in Singapore, Krugman called for “a big burst of government spending... Read more
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Arkansas Democrat-Gazette
Bull market bluesthey're a sign of an economy with too few opportunities for productive investme
Bull market blues
Arkansas Democrat-Gazette / Posted 9 days ago
they're a sign of an economy with too few opportunities for productive investment and too much monopoly power. ------------v------------ Paul Krugman, who won the 2008 Nobel Prize in economics, writes for the New York Times. Editorial on 07/16/2... Read more
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Rutland Herald
Bull market bluesfor productive investment and too much monopoly power. So when you read headli
Bull market blues
Rutland Herald / Posted 9 days ago
for productive investment and too much monopoly power. So when you read headlines about stock prices, remember: What�s good for the Dow isn�t necessarily good for America, or vice versa. Paul Krugman is a columnist for The N... Read more
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Business Standard India
Govt spending steadies China's economy in Q2, but risks growin a note. Without progress on such looming challenges, China's long-term diag
Govt spending steadies China's economy in Q2, but risks grow
Business Standard India / Posted 10 days ago
in a note. Without progress on such looming challenges, China's long-term diagnosis isn't good, according to economist Paul Krugman. "China, if you look at the macroeconomic picture, looks a lot like Japan in the late 1980s. A Chinese bubble... Read more
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Newsmax
Government Spending Steadies China's Economy in Q2 but Risks Growin a note. Without progress on such looming challenges, China's long-term diag
Government Spending Steadies China's Economy in Q2 but Risks Grow
Newsmax / Posted 10 days ago
in a note. Without progress on such looming challenges, China's long-term diagnosis isn't good, according to economist Paul Krugman. "China, if you look at the macroeconomic picture, looks a lot like Japan in the late 1980s. A Chinese bubble... Read more
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The Economic Times
Dow has risen 177% in 7 years! Here's what Wall Street is trying to tell usBy Paul Krugman Like most economists, I don't usually have much to say about st
Dow has risen 177% in 7 years! Here's what Wall Street is trying to tell us
The Economic Times / Posted 10 days ago
By Paul Krugman Like most economists, I don't usually have much to say about stocks. stocks are even more susceptible than other markets to popular delusions and the madness of crowds, and stock prices generally have a lot less to do with the state... Read more
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Market Watch
Pay raises at J.P. Morgan, Starbucks don’t justify a higher minimum wagewages. But smaller businesses don’t get these same productivity benefits from
Pay raises at J.P. Morgan, Starbucks don’t justify a higher minimum wage
Market Watch / Posted 10 days ago
wages. But smaller businesses don’t get these same productivity benefits from minimum-wage increases. As liberal economist Paul Krugman explains: “[T]here is a fundamental flaw in the argument: Surely the benefits of low turnover and high morale in... Read more
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The Irish Times
Ireland’s GDP figures: Why 26% economic growth is a problemits budget in case the swings went the wrong way. Elsewhere the reaction was mo
Ireland’s GDP figures: Why 26% economic growth is a problem
The Irish Times / Posted 10 days ago
its budget in case the swings went the wrong way. Elsewhere the reaction was more pointed, most famously with US economist Paul Krugman referring to “ leprechaun economics”. There is now a push to come up with some more accurate indicators. Even... Read more
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Newsmax
Bernanke Floated Japan Perpetual Debt Idea to Abe Aide Hondathe premier to adopt his program of reflation in 2013. In 2014, Honda set up a
Bernanke Floated Japan Perpetual Debt Idea to Abe Aide Honda
Newsmax / Posted 11 days ago
the premier to adopt his program of reflation in 2013. In 2014, Honda set up a meeting for Abe with Nobel laureate Paul Krugman, who successfully made the case for delaying a sales-tax increase. When the same issue confronted the Abe... Read more
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Irish Central
Ireland’s high growth rate dubbed “leprechaun economics”be closer to the increase shown in consumer spending for 2015, which stood at 4
Ireland’s high growth rate dubbed “leprechaun economics”
Irish Central / Posted 11 days ago
be closer to the increase shown in consumer spending for 2015, which stood at 4.5%. Nobel-prize award-winning economist Paul Krugman, in particular, criticized the growth rate, coining the phrase “leprechaun economics” in a tweet in which he... Read more
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Breitbart
Donald Trump’s Challenge on Tradeor ease other trade tensions. Just like Donald Trump in the primaries, Mitt Ro
Donald Trump’s Challenge on Trade
Breitbart / Posted 11 days ago
or ease other trade tensions. Just like Donald Trump in the primaries, Mitt Romney campaigning in 2012 and Noble Laurette Paul Krugman have suggested a big tariff to bring China into serious discussions. Seen in the context of getting better... Read more
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Belfast Telegraph
Official figures 'don't reflect accurately what is happening in Irish economy'a growth in jobs, rising consumer spending and taxes "confirm a strong recovery
Official figures 'don't reflect accurately what is happening in Irish economy'
Belfast Telegraph / Posted 12 days ago
a growth in jobs, rising consumer spending and taxes "confirm a strong recovery rooted in the domestic economy here in Ireland". Nobel prize-winning economist Paul Krugman has branded the latest official Irish figures as "Leprechaun ec... Read more
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Newsmax
How Trump Can Win Presidency by Overcoming Voter Skepticism on Tradeor ease other trade tensions. Just like Donald Trump in the primaries, Mitt Ro
How Trump Can Win Presidency by Overcoming Voter Skepticism on Trade
Newsmax / Posted 12 days ago
or ease other trade tensions. Just like Donald Trump in the primaries, Mitt Romney campaigning in 2012 and Noble Laurette Paul Krugman have suggested a big tariff to bring China into serious discussions. Seen in the context of getting better... Read more
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RTE News
GDP figures don't 'accurately' reflect economyis happening to real people around the country. "Nobody believes the figures,"
GDP figures don't 'accurately' reflect economy
RTE News / Posted 12 days ago
is happening to real people around the country. "Nobody believes the figures," he said pointing to comments from economist Paul Krugman and Central Bank CEO Philip Lane. Mr Krugman, a Nobel prize-winning economist, has branded the latest official... Read more
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Salon.com
The GOP’s reactionary new normal: How Republicans use hyper-partisanship to push their agendamay seem like the mature and righteous thing to do, but that doesn’t mean it’s
The GOP’s reactionary new normal: How Republicans use hyper-partisanship to push their agenda
Salon.com / Posted 12 days ago
may seem like the mature and righteous thing to do, but that doesn’t mean it’s correct. This is the kind of attitude that Paul Krugman once called the “centrist cop-out”: “Many pundits view taking a position in the middle of the political... Read more
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The Irish Times
How the world reacted to GDP figures: 'a work of Irish fiction'the highest level recorded during Ireland’s Celtic Tiger boom years in the earl
How the world reacted to GDP figures: 'a work of Irish fiction'
The Irish Times / Posted 12 days ago
the highest level recorded during Ireland’s Celtic Tiger boom years in the early 2000s." Nobel Prize-winning economist Paul Krugman: "Leprechaun economics." New York Times: "Politicians, lawmakers and officials have derided ‘inversion deals’... Read more
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The Irish Times
Concern as Irish growth rate dubbed ‘leprechaun economics’that bore so little relationship to the real economy. The revisions also raised
Concern as Irish growth rate dubbed ‘leprechaun economics’
The Irish Times / Posted 12 days ago
that bore so little relationship to the real economy. The revisions also raised eyebrows abroad with renowned US economic Paul Krugman referring to them in a tweet as “leprechaun economics”. A better measure of the underlying growth of the... Read more
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The Irish Times
Central Bank concerned over ‘leprechaun economics’ growththat bore so little relationship to the real economy. The revisions also raised
Central Bank concerned over ‘leprechaun economics’ growth
The Irish Times / Posted 12 days ago
that bore so little relationship to the real economy. The revisions also raised eyebrows abroad with renowned US economic Paul Krugman referring to them in a tweet as “leprechaun economics”. A better measure of the underlying growth of the... Read more
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Beverly Hills Courier
Monty Python’s Terry Jones Explains Crashes, Economy In ‘Boom Bust Boom’the program that features interviews with actor John Cusack, and Nobel Prize wi
Monty Python’s Terry Jones Explains Crashes, Economy In ‘Boom Bust Boom’
Beverly Hills Courier / Posted 12 days ago
the program that features interviews with actor John Cusack, and Nobel Prize winners Daniel Kahneman, Robert J. Shiller and Paul Krugman. The film is the result of the friendship between British co-directors Ben Timlett and Bill Jones (Monty Python... Read more
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The Irish Times
Do not be fooled by bizarre fiction of CSO growth figuresin itself many experts felt overstated our underlying position. In a tweet to
Do not be fooled by bizarre fiction of CSO growth figures
The Irish Times / Posted 12 days ago
in itself many experts felt overstated our underlying position. In a tweet to his 1.5 million followers, Nobel laureate Paul Krugman described the data release as “leprechaun economics”, adding that “it doesn’t make sense”. Central Bank of... Read more
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The Irish Times
Central Bank governor concerned about growth ratethat bore so little relationship to the real economy. The revisions also raised
Central Bank governor concerned about growth rate
The Irish Times / Posted 12 days ago
that bore so little relationship to the real economy. The revisions also raised eyebrows abroad with renowned US economic Paul Krugman referring to them in a tweet as “leprechaun economics”. A better measure of the underlying growth of the... Read more
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Business Standard India
Abe to Bernanke: Expedite Japan deflation exitthe advice of overseas experts, something that's been taken to a new level unde
Abe to Bernanke: Expedite Japan deflation exit
Business Standard India / Posted 13 days ago
the advice of overseas experts, something that's been taken to a new level under Abe, who consulted with Nobel laureates Paul Krugman and Joseph Stiglitz prior to his decision in June to delay a sales-tax hike. Unlike with this week's Bernanke... Read more
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Breitbart
Trojan Horse: Obama Embraces ‘Public Option’ on Obamacarethe natural incentives within its own market will move it to single-payer.” No
Trojan Horse: Obama Embraces ‘Public Option’ on Obamacare
Breitbart / Posted 13 days ago
the natural incentives within its own market will move it to single-payer.” Noble Prize winning New York Times columnist Paul Krugman: “[T]he only reason not to do [single-payer] is that politically it’s hard to do in one step…You’d have to... Read more
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USA Today
Hey Donald, you have my research all wrongin 1968 even as productivity has doubled. And he claims, wrongly, that business
Hey Donald, you have my research all wrong
USA Today / Posted 13 days ago
in 1968 even as productivity has doubled. And he claims, wrongly, that businesses are overtaxed and over-regulated. (But as Paul Krugman notes, “we’re No. 31” among 34 advanced countries on taxes, and are far less regulated than Germany, which... Read more
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Salon.com
Paul Krugman: Stop taking “deficit scolds” seriously — they’ve “been wrong about everything for eight years”his Monday New York Times column, economist Paul Krugman argued that the financ
Paul Krugman: Stop taking “deficit scolds” seriously — they’ve “been wrong about everything for eight years”
Salon.com / Posted 14 days ago
his Monday New York Times column, economist Paul Krugman argued that the financial markets have “thrown in the towel” in a move he’s christened “The Great Capitulation.” Investors have decided that the world economy is “turning Japanese,” meaning... Read more
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Business Insider
America's trade deficit wasn't always a jobs killer — but now it isyet). So during the post-financial crisis era, our trade deficit has indeed tu
America's trade deficit wasn't always a jobs killer — but now it is
Business Insider / Posted 15 days ago
yet). So during the post-financial crisis era, our trade deficit has indeed turned into a drag on employment—a point Paul Krugman has beenmaking off and on for several years now, as has the lefty Economic Policy Institute. I assume that Trump... Read more
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