Paul Krugman

Paul Krugman writes a twice-weekly column for the New York Times and is professor of economics and international affairs at Princeton University. His home page contains links to many of his other articles and essays.

The Dismal Science
Dec. 19 1997 3:30 AMSpeed TrapThe fuzzy logic of the "New Economy."
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Oct. 24 1997 3:30 AMThe Power of BiobabblePseudo-economics meets pseudo-evolution.
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Aug. 15 1997 3:30 AMBahtulismWho poisoned Asia's currency markets?
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June 6 1997 3:30 AMUnmitigated GaulsPardon my French about French economics.
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April 18 1997 3:30 AMEarth in the Balance SheetEconomists go for the green.
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Feb. 7 1997 3:30 AMVulgar KeynesiansA penny spent is not a penny earned?
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Dec. 22 1996 3:30 AMThe CPI and the Rat RaceNew evidence on the old question of whether money buys happiness.
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Oct. 25 1996 3:30 AMEconomic Culture WarsFor reasons explained below, the editor dares not add a subtitle to this article.
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July 20 1996 3:30 AMHow Copper Came a CropperSumitomo's robber-baron tactics make the case for regulation.
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Nov. 21 1997 3:30 AMA Raspberry for Free TradeProtectionists serve up tainted fruit and red herrings.
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Sept. 26 1997 3:30 AMWho's Buying Whom?The Milliken Man March on Washington.
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July 18 1997 3:30 AMThe East Is in the RedA balanced view of China's trade.
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May 16 1997 3:30 AMRat DemocracyEconomics explains a political scandal.
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March 21 1997 3:30 AMIn Praise of Cheap LaborBad jobs at bad wages are better than no jobs at all.
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Jan. 24 1997 3:30 AMThe Accidental TheoristAll work and no play makes William Greider a dull boy.
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Nov. 23 1996 3:30 AMThe Gold Bug VariationsThe gold standard--and the men who love it.
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Aug. 16 1996 3:30 AMSupply-Side Virus Strikes AgainWhy there is no cure for this virulent infection.
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June 25 1996 3:30 AMDown-sizing DownsizingThe Clinton administration is at war with itself on the hottest economic issue of the day.

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