Saturday, November 14, 2009

From the blog of the Ever Excellent Steven Landsburg

Krugman to the Rescue

Published

by Steve Landsburg

on November 13, 2009

in Economics and Policy

It’s always impressive to see one person excel in two widely disparate activities: a first-rate mathematician who’s also a world class mountaineer, or a titan of industry who conducts symphony orchestras on the side. But sometimes I think Paul Krugman is out to top them all, by excelling in two activities that are not just disparate but diametrically opposed: economics (for which he was awarded a well-deserved Nobel Prize) and obliviousness to the lessons of economics (for which he’s been awarded a column at the New York Times).

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