Why is it so hard for him to just admit he was wrong?
It's true that the freedom to make your own decisions comes with both benefits and consequences, but Krugman is squarely focused on just one side of that equation.
Trump's shutdown is a temporary, political fight that won't save any money or reduce the size of government.
Sorry, Alexandria Ocasio-Cortez and Paul Krugman.
An engineer explains why that's wrong.
Progressives and the failure of massive government spending to boost jobs and economic growth
American working class is spurning jobs, but somehow that's the fault of trade liberalization
Wanting to raise taxes on the rich is good enough.
'Obamacare is working quite well,' said Krugman.
Nobel Prize-winning economist
There's nothing to learn from the failure of cities with high tax rates and oppressive bureaucracies! Don't be silly!
The New York Times columnist misses the point.
The Keynesian professor has been critical of Reinhart and Rogoff's errors in their study on debt and GDP
Says those saying there is are politically motivated
The good times are here, y'all!
Niall Ferguson suspects childhood trauma may account for the Nobel laureate's debating style
The two have been arguing over how best to deal with (or not deal with national debt
Accuses GOP of economic blackmail