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Paul Krugman

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Paul Krugman in 2008

Paul Robin Krugman (born February 28, 1953) is an American economist and 2008 winner of the Nobel Prize in Economics.

Early life[change | change source]

Krugman was born to a Jewish family in Albany, New York.[1]

He was awarded B.A. in economics from Yale University in 1974. He earned a Ph.D. from the Massachusetts Institute of Technology (MIT) in 1977.

Career[change | change source]

From 1982 to 1983, he spent a year working at the Reagan White House as a staff member of the Council of Economic Advisers.[1]

Krugman taught at Yale, MIT, University of California, and Stanford University. He is still teaching at the City University of New York, the London School of Economics, and Princeton University.[1] He is also a columnist for the The New York Times.

The Nobel Prize in Economics was awarded to Krugman in 2008.[1]

Selected works[change | change source]

In a summary based on writings by and about Santayana, OCLC/WorldCat lists roughly 470+ works in 1,500+ publications in 24 languages and 44,600+ library holdings.[2]

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Academic books (authored or coauthored)[change | change source]

  • The Spatial Economy – Cities, Regions and International Trade (July 1999), with Masahisa Fujita and Anthony Venables. MIT Press, ISBN 0-262-06204-6
  • The Self Organizing Economy (February 1996), ISBN 1-55786-698-8
  • EMU and the Regions (December 1995), with Guillermo de la Dehesa. ISBN 1-56708-038-3
  • Development, Geography, and Economic Theory (Ohlin Lectures) (September 1995), ISBN 0-262-11203-5
  • Foreign Direct Investment in the United States (3rd Edition) (February 1995), with Edward M. Graham. ISBN 0-88132-204-0
  • World Savings Shortage (September 1994), ISBN 0-88132-161-3
  • What Do We Need to Know About the International Monetary System? (Essays in International Finance, No 190 July 1993) ISBN 0-88165-097-8
  • Currencies and Crises (June 1992), ISBN 0-262-11165-9
  • Geography and Trade (Gaston Eyskens Lecture Series) (August 1991), ISBN 0-262-11159-4
  • The Risks Facing the World Economy (July 1991), with Guillermo de la Dehesa and Charles Taylor. ISBN 1-56708-073-1
  • Has the Adjustment Process Worked? (Policy Analyses in International Economics, 34) (June 1991), ISBN 0-88132-116-8
  • Rethinking International Trade (April 1990), ISBN 0-262-11148-9
  • Trade Policy and Market Structure (March 1989), with Elhanan Helpman. ISBN 0-262-08182-2
  • Exchange-Rate Instability (Lionel Robbins Lectures) (November 1988), ISBN 0-262-11140-3
  • Adjustment in the World Economy (August 1987) ISBN 1-56708-023-5
  • Market Structure and Foreign Trade: Increasing Returns, Imperfect Competition, and the International Economy (May 1985), with Elhanan Helpman. ISBN 0-262-08150-4

Academic books (edited or coedited)[change | change source]

  • Currency Crises (National Bureau of Economic Research Conference Report) (September 2000), ISBN 0-226-45462-2
  • Trade with Japan : Has the Door Opened Wider? (National Bureau of Economic Research Project Report) (March 1995), ISBN 0-226-45459-2
  • Empirical Studies of Strategic Trade Policy (National Bureau of Economic Research Project Report) (April 1994), co-edited with Alasdair Smith. ISBN 0-226-45460-6
  • Exchange Rate Targets and Currency Bands (October 1991), co-edited with Marcus Miller. ISBN 0-521-41533-0
  • Strategic Trade Policy and the New International Economics (January 1986), ISBN 0-262-11112-8

Economics textbooks[change | change source]

References[change | change source]

  1. 1.0 1.1 1.2 1.3 Nobelprize.org, "Paul Krugman"; retrieved 2012-6-22.
  2. WorldCat Identities: Krugman, Paul R.; retrieved 2012-6-22.

Other websites[change | change source]

Media related to Paul Krugman at Wikimedia Commons