Paul Krugman: What Economics Can Explain, and What It Can't
Paul Krugman is an author, economist, and Princeton professor who is probably best known for his op-ed columns in the New York Times.
Krugman is the author of over twenty books, including The Conscience of a Liberal, a progressive manifesto, and The Great Unraveling, a collection of his op-ed columns.
Unlike some other so-called "academic imperialists," the Nobel Prize-winning economist Paul Krugman does not believe that economics can explain everything. Here's what it can explain.
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