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Government employees demonstrate in the center of Madrid after conservative Prime Minister Mariano Rajoy announced the latest measures to lower Spain's deficit: an $80 billion austerity package involving cuts in unemployment benefits. Photo by Dominique Faget/AFP/GettyImages. Earlier this week…
EmbedVideo(3671, 620, 386); This week we're profiling one of the more prolific, public and controversial economists -- Paul Krugman. We couldn't fit everything of interest into one piece, so over the next few days we're rescuing some…
EmbedVideo(3671, 482, 304); This week we're profiling one of the more prolific, public and controversial economists -- Paul Krugman. We couldn't fit everything of interest into one piece, so over the next few days we're rescuing some…
Paul Krugman's view on Spain's euro-woes and what Germany should do about it.
EmbedVideo(3660, 482, 304); Welcome to "Paul Krugman Week" here on Making Sen$e. We'll be devoting the next five days to excerpts from our extensive interview with him a few weeks ago at his home in Princeton, N.J., plus…
Banco de Espana (Bank of Spain). Photo by Two Steps Behind via Flickr Creative Commons. Today, in the last of our pain-in-Spain posts, a viral version of the Lord's Prayer, as tweeted by Paul Solman…
A Greek flag flies next to a statue of Socrates in Athens. IMF chief Christine Lagarde on Wednesday warned of the risk of "contamination" if Greece quits the euro and said the eurozone might therefore see the value of…
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