Welcome to my home page. The main purpose of this page is to give interested parties - students, colleagues, journalists, mad bombers, etc. - easy access to some of my more recent writings. For the time being the links in this page lead for the most part to less-formal writing, mainly for nonprofessional publications. I have started, however, to put some pieces that do contain equations into a new section, "Stuff that is harder to read". (I also maintain a listing, in reverse chronological order, of what's
Paul Krugman, for those who have somehow stumbled on this site, is an Economist/Commentator/Diogenes. He has published or edited a great many books and writes a monthly column for Slate. and Fortune. In addition to his well-publicized attempts to inform the masses, he's also Ford Professor of Economics at MIT.
The official ceremony (a souvenir program, suitable for framing), Official welcome and greetings from the FU-Berlin Vice-President Werner Vath, Words of welcome from the Dean of the Faculty of Business and Economics Horst Tomann, Laudatio by Irwin Collier (graphics added), Paul Krugman: The Return of Demand Side Economics, RealMedia audio and video files (listen to and/or watch the ceremony), A selection of Krugman texts and interviews in German.
Economists Created 3/8/1996 Go to Brad DeLong's Home Page Among other things, Paul Krugman writes very well. See: Paul Krugman (1998), The Accidental Theorist (New York: Norton: 0393046389). Paul Krugman (3rd ed. 1997), The Age of Diminished Expectations (New York: MIT Press: 0262611341). My favoriate Paul Krugman essay, An Unequal Exchange Paul Krugman The Great Debunker A Nobel-Bound ...
Paul Krugman, What happened to Asia