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Krugman's On-Again, Off-Again Analysis

(November 28, 2014 03:46 PM, by David Henderson) Krugman's bashing gets in the way of clear thinking. In his most recent New York Times column, "Pollution and Politics," Paul Krugman fluctuates between claiming one doesn't need to do the analysis and actually doing the analysis. The issue: the... (0 COMMENTS)

Paul Krugman: Pollution and Politics

Why and when did Republicans become anti-environmentalists?: Pollution and Politics, by Paul Krugman, Commentary, NY Times: Earlier this week, the Environmental Protection Agency announced proposed regulations to curb emissions of ozone, which causes smog, not to mention asthma, heart disease...

Keynes and the Slow Boat

Paul Krugman tells us that "Keynes is Slowly Winning." The immediate cause for celebration is Catherine Mann, the new chief economist at the OECD, calls for stimulus. By contrast, her predecessors in 2011 were calling for rapid increases...Show More Summary

Keynes is slowly losing (winning?)

Paul Krugman has an interesting blog post arguing that Keynes is slowly winning.  But, I must admit, I find it dismaying how little of the contrary evidence is considered.  Let’s say you set out to write a blog post about Keynes losing, what might you cite?: 1. Keynesians predicted disaster following the American fiscal sequester, […]

'Keynes Is Slowly Winning'

[Travel day, so no more until later.] Paul Krugman: Keynes Is Slowly Winning: Back in 2010, I had a revelation about just how bad economic policy was about to get; I read the OECD Economic Outlook, which called not just...

KRUGMAN: 'Angry Billionaires' Like Paul Singer Are Just Wrong About Inflation

New York Times columnist and Princeton economist Paul Krugman spoke with our own Henry Blodget about a range of topics. In this clip, Krugman responds to Paul Singer's criticism that there's been a 'Krugmanization' of economics and talks inflation. Show More Summary

Paul Krugman: Rock Bottom Economics

The era of "rock-bottom economics" is far from over: Rock Bottom Economics, by Paul Krugman, Commentary, NY Times: Six years ago the Federal Reserve hit rock bottom. It had been cutting the federal funds rate... more or less frantically...

Justice Kagan: Paul Krugman using “just ridiculous language” on courts

Speaking at Princeton, Justice Elena Kagan described as “just ridiculous language” Paul Krugman’s claim that the higher federal courts are “corrupt.” It is just ridiculous, as we noted the other day, and it’s nice to hear Krugman called out for it at his own university by someone in a position to know. Show More Summary

Paul Krugman destroys arguments against Obama’s immigration plan

5 days agoNews : The Raw Story

Now, that Obama has taken his much-needed and way overdue executive action to shield millions of undocumented families from heart-rending deportation, the fact that it was simply the right thing to do is abundantly clear. It also gives columnist Paul Krugman an opportunity to wax lyrical about his...

Over at Equitable Growth: Hobson's Choice: (Late) Friday Focus

[Over at Equitable Growth][1]: Paul Krugman: [Inequality and Crises: Scandinavian Skepticism]( "The ongoing question of whether rising inequality makes countries more vulnerable to financial crises... Show More Summary

'The Risks to the Inflation Outlook'

Remember all those predictions from those with other agendas about runaway inflation (e.g. see Paul Krugman today on The Wisdom of Peter Schiff)?: The Risks to the Inflation Outlook, by Vasco Cúrdia, FRBSF Economic Letter: The Federal Reserve responded to...

Paul Krugman: David Henderson Was Right

(November 22, 2014 10:44 AM, by David Henderson) Ok, Krugman didn't say that; he didn't mention my name. But that's Krugman's MO. He has stated explicitly before--I can't find the link quickly--that he doesn't want to mention the names of people he takes issue with because that would... (0 COMMENTS)

Morning Must-Read: Paul Krugman: Structural Deformity

Paul Krugman: [Structural Deformity]( "Shinzo Abe is doing the right thing... >...trying to accomplish something very difficult, and it’s by no means clear whether the instruments he’s deploying are sufficient. Show More Summary

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And The Person Responsible For Japan's Economic Endgame Is... Paul Krugman

There are two words that should strike fear in the hearts of any rational-thinking citizen of the world - Paul Krugman. Wondering why? As Alhambra's Jeff Snider notes, we already know of at least one respect where Krugman (as a stand-in...Show More Summary

“The right thing to do”: Paul Krugman praises Obama’s immigration action

Economist and celebrated liberal columnist Krugman applauds the president's executive order

Paul Krugman: Suffer Little Children

It's the decent thing to do: Suffer Little Children, by Paul Krugman, Commentary, NY Times: The Tenement Museum, on the Lower East Side, is one of my favorite places in New York City. It’s a Civil War-vintage building that housed...

'Fiscal Responsibility Claims Another Victim'

Paul Krugman: Fiscal Responsibility Claims Another Victim: A few more thoughts on Japan. The bad growth news shows, pretty clearly, that the consumption tax hike was a big mistake. It also shows, by the way, how weak the market monetarist...

Here Are 5 Big Things Paul Krugman Says He Got Wrong Over The Years

New York Times columnist and Princeton economist Paul Krugman recounts the economic predictions he's gotten wrong, and what he's learned in the process. Produced by Alex Kuzoian. Additional camera by Graham Flanagan and Devan Joseph. Follow BI Video: On YouTube Join the conversation about this story »

'The Structure of Obamacare'

Paul Krugman says pundits need to do their homework: The Structure of Obamacare: The big revelation of this week has been how many political pundits have spent six years of the Obama administration opining furiously about the administration’s signature policy...

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