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Monday, November 19, 2007

Paul Krugman on the Dollar

At the risk of Krugman overkill, this is too good to pass up. Paul Krugman tries to see if he can tell a pessimistic story about the falling dollar:

Thinking about the dollar, by Paul Krugman: I have to do some teaching on the subject of the falling dollar and whether it’s recessionary. So herewith some ruminations. WARNING: FAIRLY WONKISH. [...read full post here...]

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