May
17th,2009
1:22 AM
He must be welcomed by our ordinary Chinese for his outspoken of truth. Unlike people who argued with his assertion, I would ask a simple question - those who argued with him paid the admission fee by themselves? Sadly we are slaves under this social system!
—richard jiang, china
 
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May
18th,2009
3:03 PM
Krugman, while a sage, is always in a depressed mode. He wrote "The Age of Diminished Expectations:...." (1998)where his manic depressive predictions abound. We, worldwide and in the US, are in another economic cycle caused by excesses and greed (for money and power) of corporate and governmental leaders. Krugman simply predicts most outcomes and thus cannot be wrong. The Nobel Prize is an odd mechanism with which to honor human achievement since Alfred Nobel's 1863 invention of dynamite is responsible for more deaths than atomic weapons.
—craig randolph, US
 
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May
20th,2009
1:18 AM
Krugman has much to be depressed about these days. I don't see him predicting "most outcomes" at all. I remember during the boom years, National Review had a regular column called "Krugman Watch". I was more naive at the time, and believed them when they wrote that he was simply a leftist shill. I now realize that it is Wall Street that is totally full of it, and I now have more respect for Krugman. He also disagrees with our current president, which improves his credibility. Last, I find it strange that the previous poster blames Nobel's Dynamite for causing many deaths. Military explosives have long used TNT, which is not Dynamite, and was invented by someone else.
—Chris M, USA
 
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June
14th,2009
9:36 AM
Everyone must remember that Krugman is a politician and political commentator first, and an economist second. He is a front-man for the Obama administration.
—PGR, USA
 
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June
16th,2009
3:56 PM
I konw
—tom, china
 
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