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Paul Krugman is professor of Economics and International Affairs at Princeton University. He is one of the founders of the "new trade theory," a major rethinking of the theory of international trade. In 2008, Paul Krugman received the Nobel Prize in Economics.

Dani Rodrik is a Turkish economist, Professor of International Political Economy at the John F. Kennedy School of Government, Harvard University,

Paul Jorion est titulaire de la chaire « Stewardship of Finance » à la Vrije Universiteit Brussel. Il est également chroniqueur au Monde-Économie. Il est diplômé en sociologie et en anthropologie sociale (Docteur en Sciences Sociales de l’Université Libre de Bruxelles)

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    In case you read some weird tweets on my @rodrikdani account.... it seems to have been taken over or hacked (as of around 3:30 pm today). The password has been changed and I cannot access it. (...)
  • The answer is yes, according to Ilene Grabel in her fascinating new book When Things Don't Fall Apart. I wrote a preface for the book, which is reproduced below. It explains why I liked the book so much. It happens... Has Global Finance Reformed Itself More Than It Appears?
    The answer is yes, according to Ilene Grabel in her fascinating new book When Things Don't Fall Apart. I wrote a preface for the book, which is reproduced below. It explains why I liked the (...)
  • A long standing debate in the social sciences is whether behavior is driven by “interests” or “ideas.” The debate is central in political science, where it plays out as an argument between realists and constructivists. It is less well (...) Telling interests and ideas apart
    A long standing debate in the social sciences is whether behavior is driven by “interests” or “ideas.” The debate is central in political science, where it plays out as an argument between realists (...)
  • The debate on the economics profession – its alleged ills and failings -- abates at times, but never ends. A recent piece in The Guardian taking the profession to task for its lack of reform has prompted a response from... The Economics Debate, again and again
    The debate on the economics profession – its alleged ills and failings -- abates at times, but never ends. A recent piece in The Guardian taking the profession to task for its lack of reform has (...)

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