Tag Archives: Keynesianism

Have Larry Summers and Paul Krugman Just Had Their Dimon/Dudley Moment?

With my kids getting older, I no longer get much chance to play “What’s wrong with this picture?” This is the game you’ll occasionally find on a children’s menu that’s based on a picture with, say, a guy holding an … Continue reading

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The Post-Crisis Data Is In, and It’s Not Kind to Keynesian Thinking

Anders Aslund of the Peterson Institute recently made an interesting argument about Europe’s winners and losers. In a critique of Paul Krugman’s advice to Europe’s political leaders, he compares economic performance of the southern European laggards to the northern countries … Continue reading

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