i think the reason to be worried about income inequality is not what it does to gdp the reason to be worried a
“I think the reason to be worried about income inequality is not what it does to GDP. The reason to be worried about income inequality is what it does to people, which is ultimately what we care about,” Nobel Prize winner Paul Krugman says.
paul krugman of the fake news new york times has lost all credibility as has the times itself with his false a
Paul Krugman, of the Fake News New York Times, has lost all credibility, as has the Times itself, with his false and highly inaccurate writings on me. He is obsessed with hatred, just as others are obsessed with how stupid he is. He said Market would crash, Only Record Highs!
paul krugman at this point you have to be a truly fanatical practitioner of bothsidesism not to see that trump
Paul Krugman: “At this point, you have to be a truly fanatical practitioner of bothsidesism not to see that Trump is every bit as terrible a human being and menace as some of us warned when all the cool kids were busy snarking about Clinton’s emails”
Paul Krugman writes, "America used to have very high tax rates on the rich — higher even than those AOC is proposing — and did just fine. Since then tax rates have come way down, and if anything the economy has done less well."
paul krugman after draghi europes overall performance since the 2008 crisis has been better than i believe mos
Paul Krugman: After Draghi: "Europe’s overall performance since the 2008 crisis has been better than I believe most U.S. observers realize. The big problem now, I’d say, is the extreme fragility of Europe with respect to any future shocks. In the ...
paul krugman goldbugs for trump stephen moore and now judy shelton have long records of supporting the gold st
Paul Krugman: Goldbugs for Trump: "Stephen Moore and now Judy Shelton have long records of supporting the gold standard or something like it. This should put them at odds with his efforts to politicize the Fed.... With gold prices rising lately, gold ...
in 2010 paul krugman estimated a simple taylor type rule for the fed s interest rate target the model would cu
In 2010, Paul Krugman estimated a simple Taylor-type rule for the Fed's interest-rate target. The model would currently have Fed funds at 6.5%. This shows you how much the world's assumptions have changed. cc @Neil_Irwin