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Reflections on Greece

18/06/2012

In a commentary written yesterday, Paul Krugman noted that the "Greek election [...] ended up settling nothing. The governing coalition may have managed to stay in power, although even that’s not clear (the junior partner in the coalition is threatening to defect). But the Greeks can’t solve this crisis anyway. The only way the euro might — …



Krugman - on just about everything

31/05/2012

Nobel Laureate Paul Krugman's visit to Britain has given rise to a number of interviews and articles. Click here here to read a full transcript of …

A suggestion for the EFC boosters

Tom McDonnell 30/03/2011

Tom McDonnell: The IMF as an organisation has long been criticised for its dogmatic adherence to the Washington Consensus principles regardless of …

Krugman's prescription for saving Europe

Tom McDonnell 13/01/2011

Tom McDonnell: Following on from Citigroup analysis of the Euro debt crisis earlier this week, here is an excellent analysis by Paul Krugman. Krugman …

Krugman on the bailout - and why the markets aren't impressed

23/11/2010

"The basic situation is that given the cost of rescuing Ireland’s banks, and the damage harsh austerity is inflicting on Ireland’s economy, …

Leprechauns and Confidence Fairies

21/07/2010

Writing in the New York Times, Paul Krugman is unimpressed by the latest ESRI report. He writes: "The authors simply assert that more austerity now …

Krugman & lying eyes

Michael Burke 15/06/2010

Michael Burke: Paul Krugman, writing in the New York Times, asks whether fiscal austerity measures actually reassure the financial markets. This …

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