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Krugman:Professors Have Not Become More Liberal; They Have Rejected A GOP That Has Moved Sharply Right

New York Times: The Conscience of a Liberal — Academics And Politics, by Paul Krugman (Princeton): Via Noah Smith, an interesting back-and-forth about the political leanings of professors. Conservatives are outraged at what they see as a sharp leftward movement in the academy: But what’s really happening here? Did professors...

Paul Krugman: How Bad America Could Get If a 1%-Loving Republican Wins in 2016

Krugman paints a picture that shows how bad things could easily get, again. Paul Krugman now has some official numbers on his side to make the case that having Obama in the White House instead of Mitt Romney has made a serious difference to the country. Show More Summary

The Archives: January 1-4, 2016

This is the single must-must-read from the archives: [John Taylor vs. John Aziz, Tim Geithner, Ben Bernanke, Larry Summers, Paul Krugman, Me, and a Cast of Thousands Weblogging](http://www.bradford-delong.com/2014/01/trying-to-be-the-honest-broker-for-the-week-of-december-29-2013-john-vs-john-on-the-savings-glut-question-john-taylor-v.html). Show More Summary

Paul Krugman: How Bad America Could Get If a 1%-Loving Republican Won in 2016

Krugman paints a picture that shows how bad things could easily get, again. Paul Krugman now has some official numbers on his side to make the case that having Obama in the White House instead of Mitt Romney has made a serious difference to the country. Show More Summary

Paul Krugman: Elections Have Consequences

As the title says, elections matter: Elections Have Consequences, by Paul Krugman, Commentary, NY Times:...I’m a big geek... I was eagerly awaiting the I.R.S.’s tax tables for 2013... And what these tables show is that elections really do have...

Paul Krugman shows us what life would’ve looked like had Obama lost in 2012

Those who claim elections don't have consequences just want Republicans to win

If FL Voters Want More Of What Bush And Rubio Gave Them, Alan Grayson Isn’t The Way To Go

Tuesday Paul Krugman was ruminating on how lucky the GOP establishment is that the noisy mess that is Herr Trumpf is keeping people from focusing on “the hard right turn even conventional Republican candidates have taken, a turn whose radicalism would have seemed implausible not long ago. Show More Summary

Krugman’s economy: I will spend zero political capital to call out Israel or its lobby

Paul Krugman writes an entire column about Sheldon Adelson and Paul Singer's influence inside the Republican Party without pointing out the obvious: their core issue is Israel. He's lying to his readers.

'Making And Using Models'

Paul Krugman: Making And Using Models: Larry Summers, Brad DeLong, and yours truly are having a bit of a three-cornered dialogue about the role of models in policy, set off by Larry’s initial post about why he believes the Fed...

Larry Summers: A response to Paul Krugman and Brad DeLong

Lawrence H. Summers, the Charles W. Eliot university professor at Harvard, is a former treasury secretary and director of the National Economic Council in the White House. He is writing occasional posts, to be featured on Wonkblog, about issues of national and international economics and policymaking. Brad Delong and Paul Krugman accept my criticisms of the Federal […]

NYT’s Krugman: Rich Right-Wingers Are 'Horrible People,' Says 'Social Science'

The rich are "horrible people" -- at least those who lean to the right -- declares economist turned pompous New York Times columnist Paul Krugman in Friday’s “Privilege, Pathology and Power.” The text box: “Can we survive rule by self-centered...Show More Summary

Paul Krugman: Privilege, Pathology and Power

Our "narcisstocracy?": Privilege, Pathology and Power, by Paul Krugman: Wealth can be bad for your soul. That’s... a conclusion from serious social science... The affluent are, on average, less likely to exhibit empathy, less likely to respect norms and...

More Musings on the Current Episteme of the Federal Reserve...

Paul Krugman's [Respectable Radicalism](http://krugman.blogs.nytimes.com/2015/12/30/respectable-radicalism/?_r=0) politely points out (at least) one [dimension along which I am a moron](http://www.bradford-delong.com/2015/12/musings-on-the-current-episteme-of-the-federal-reserve.html). Show More Summary

'Mandate Memories'

Paul Krugman: Mandate Memories: Sarah Kliff notes that the individual mandate in Obamacare is turning out to be essential — and it’s working, with the risk pool improving as the penalties kick in. What I wrote back in 2007, when...

Obama's Economic Performance Is Even Better Than It Looks

Paul Krugman presents us today with an updated version of his chart showing private employment gains during the Obama administration compared to the Bush administration: But Obama's performance is even better than it looks. Here's an...Show More Summary

Paul Krugman: Doubling Down on W

"There are no moderates in the Republican primary": Doubling Down on W, by Paul Krugman, commentary, NY Times: 2015 was, of course, the year of Donald Trump, whose rise has inspired horror among establishment Republicans and, let’s face it, glee...

Paul Krugman: The Nasty Truth That Trump Distracts Us From

And you thought W. was bad. Donald sucked up all the air in the room in 2015, Paul Krugman notes in Monday's column, but however much the GOP establishment laments him, their frontrunner has helped them out in one important way:  "IShow More Summary

Paul Krugman: Liberals need to be careful about “Trumpenfreude” or conservatives will “double down on W.”

"Not being Donald Trump doesn’t make someone a moderate, or even halfway reasonable," Krugman reminds us

Does Paris deal fall short? Yes. But no difference between the parties on climate change? Come on

Bill McKibben—one the most important environmental activists of our time—says the recent Paris climate agreement “falls short.” Paul Krugman, who presents himself (with pretty solid credentials) as the Conscience of a Liberal, sees it...Show More Summary

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