Monthly Archives: October 2008

Paul Krugman on Paul Krugman’s contributions

Paul Krugman writes: Really, I don’t want to talk about me when the world is melting down, but I have had a number of requests for an informal explanation of what I got you-know-what for. So here’s an attempt. It’s … Continue reading

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And this year’s Nobel in Economics goes to…

…Paul Krugman! Although I must admit that his work on currency crises, in my opinion, was more than a mere footnote to his achievements in integrating trade theory and economic geography. But then again, maybe I am reading too much … Continue reading

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