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NYT's Krugman Accuses Netanyahu of 'Wagging the Dog' Before Election

New York Times columnist Paul Krugman found a new way to be hostile to Israel, by employing the paper's new left-wing hobby horse, "income inequality." In his column "Israel's Gilded Age," Krugman longed for the socialist 1960s ideals...Show More Summary

What's the "sell by date" of Krugmanomics?

(March 16, 2015 03:14 PM, by Scott Sumner) In the 1990s and early 2000s Paul Krugman basically employed a classical approach to policy analysis, with opportunity costs playing a central role. (Note that this should not be confused with New Classical claims of the non-importance of demand shocks,... (0 COMMENTS)

Krugman: Netanyahu’s Speech Was Really About Distracting from Israel’s Income Inequality

The New York Times’ Paul Krugman has an interesting take on Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu’s historic speech in front of Congress last...

Krugman on European growth and the euro

In a recent post I responded to this claim by Paul Krugman: I’ve already argued that the fall in the euro is much bigger than you can explain with monetary policy; it seems to reflect the perception that Europe is going to be depressed for the long term. And if that’s what drives the weak euro/strong […]

Paul Krugman: Israel’s Gilded Age

What was Netanyahu's real purpose?: Israel’s Gilded Age, by Paul Krugman, Commentary, NY Times: Why did Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu of Israel feel the need to wag the dog in Washington? For that was, of course, what he was doing...

Paul Krugman Exposes How Netanyahu Has Used Iran to Conceal Israel's Economic Disaster

Israel's prime minister is trying the hide a big problem. The real reason behind Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu's recent anti-Iran speech to Congress had nothing to do with foreign policy, Paul Krugman opines in Monday's column. Show More Summary

World's Oldest Central Bank Asks Paul Krugman To Shut Up

About a year ago, everyone’s favorite easy money advocate Paul Krugman accused the world’s oldest central bank of turning Sweden into Japan by adopting a policy of “sadomonetarism.” The Riksbank, Krugman claimed, unnecessarily transformed itself from “recovery rockstar” to deflationary deathtrap by raising rates too early. Show More Summary

Paul Krugman Exposes the Real Reason for Netanyahu's Speech

Israel's prime minister is trying the hide a big problem. The real reason behind Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu's recent anti-Iran speech to Congress had nothing to do with foreign policy, Paul Krugman opines in Monday's column. Show More Summary

Israel’s moment of reckoning: Paul Krugman on why Benjamin Netanyahu could lose

One day before voters head to the polls, Netanyahu is as vulnerable as ever. Why?

Larry King not So Live: Stephen Moore of Heritage and Andy Serwer of Fortune Are Our April Fools' Festival V Clowns Today

Paul Krugman (September 2008): [Larry King Not So Live -]( "So last night I was on Larry King Live... >...dressed in my TV-from-the-Princeton-studio uniform: dress shirt, jacket, tie, shorts, and sandals (the camera doesn’t pan below the belly button). Show More Summary

Krugman on NRFPC

Paul Krugman has weighed in on my “never reason from a price change” argument. [And of course NRFPC it isn’t my idea; it’s a part of EC101 that many economists never learned, or forget on occasion.  Over at Econlog I cited a great Krugman essay where he claimed that one reason he became successful is […]

'John and Maynard’s Excellent Adventure'

Paul Krugman defends IS-LM analysis (I'd make one qualification. Models are built to answer specific questions, we do not have one grand unifying model to use for all questions. IS-LM models were built to answer exactly the kinds of questions...

Krugman and Netanyahu

(March 13, 2015 06:09 PM, by David Henderson) Reading Paul Krugman's latest post on Greece motivated me to go back and reread an earlier post by Tyler Cowen at Marginal Revolution. And that got me thinking about Bibi Netanyahu's recent speech to Congress and an analytic piece by... (0 COMMENTS)

Noted for Your Afternoon Procrastination for March 13, 2015

Must- and Shall-Reads: Paul Krugman: [Nerds, High Priests, and the State of Economics]( Michael Hiltzik: [Why did the WSJ use years-old data to attack Social Security disability?]( More Summary

Paul Krugman: Strength Is Weakness

Is the rising value of the dollar good news?: Strength Is Weakness, by Paul Krugman, Commentary, NY Times: We’ve been warned over and over that the Federal Reserve, in its effort to improve the economy, is “debasing” the dollar..., the...

Paul Krugman on Why Ayn Rand's Economic Disciples Are Dead Wrong About the Dollar

The dollar is showing strength. Unfortunately, that's a bad thing. Reality keeps intruding on the fevered Ayn Randian dreams of the Republican Party and other conservative critics of the Federal Reserve. Far from debasing the dollar,...Show More Summary

Krugman's dangerous idea (It worked for me too!)

(March 13, 2015 09:20 AM, by Scott Sumner) In a recent post I argued that Paul Krugman had started out as a critic of intellectuals who ignored economic models---the sort of person who argued that the laws of supply and demand do not apply to the minimum wage... (0 COMMENTS)

Paul Krugman: The dollar is getting stronger — and that’s a bad thing

Amid Europe's debt disputes, the dollar is strengthening -- and the U.S. economy could suffer as a result

'The Truth About Entitlements'

Projections of budget problems in the future are about health care costs, and there is improvement on that front: The Truth About Entitlements, by Paul Krugman: As part of another project, I was looking at CBO historical budget data, and...

Paul Krugman, Accidental Austerian

This coming weekend in New York City, the New York Review of Books is hosting an event titled What's Wrong with the Economy—and with Economics? A Saturday afternoon panel, "Economics after the Crash: A Discipline in Need of Renewal?"...Show More Summary

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