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The accidental theorist : and other dispatches from the dismal science

Author: Paul R Krugman
Publisher: New York : Norton, ©1998.
Edition/Format:   Book : English : 1st edView all editions and formats
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This analysis of poor economic reasoning "weaves together recent articles and addresses, some of them never before published, into a short, compelling narrative on the major issues of the 1990s: unemployment, globalization, economic growth, financial speculation,...corporate downsizing," and more.--Jacket.
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Material Type: Internet resource
Document Type: Book, Internet Resource
All Authors / Contributors: Paul R Krugman
ISBN: 0393046389 9780393046380 0393318877 9780393318876
OCLC Number: 38112678
Description: 204 p. ; 22 cm.
Contents: The accidental theorist --
Downsizing, downsizing --
Vulgar Keynesians --
Unmitigated Gauls : liberté, egalité, inanité --
The virus strikes again --
Supply-side's silly season --
An unequal exchange --
The lost fig leaf : why the conservative revolution failed --
Gold bug variations : understanding the right-wing gilt trip --
We are not the world --
In praise of cheap jobs : bad jobs at bad wages are better than no jobs at all --
The East is in the red : a balanced view of China's trade --
Technology's wonders : not so wondrous --Four percent follies --
A good word for inflation --
What is wrong with Japan? --
Seeking the rule of the waves --
How copper came a cropper --
The tequila effect --
Bahtulism : who poisoned Asia's currency markets? --
Making the world safe for George Soros --
Earth in the balance sheet : economists go for the green --
Taxes and traffic jams --
Rat democracy --
A medical dilemma --
The CPI and the rat race --
Looking backward.
Responsibility: Paul Krugman.
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This analysis of poor economic reasoning "weaves together recent articles and addresses, some of them never before published, into a short, compelling narrative on the major issues of the 1990s: unemployment, globalization, economic growth, financial speculation,...corporate downsizing," and more.--Jacket.

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