Online media kit: Krugman Nobel
Posted October 13, 2008; 09:28 a.m.
Paul Krugman, a professor in the Department of Economics and in the Woodrow Wilson School of Public and International Affairs at Princeton since 2000, has won the 2008 Nobel Prize in economics. Krugman, who was recognized "for his analysis of trade patterns and location of economic activity," has contributed to numerous academic journals as well as to the public discourse on economics over the last 30 years. Below are links to journal articles cited by the Royal Swedish Academy of Sciences in awarding him the Nobel Prize, selected articles from his regular column in the New York Times, and recent video and audio appearances.
- "Scale Economies, Product Differentiation, and the Pattern of Trade" (.pdf)
- "Increasing Returns and Economic Geography" (.pdf)
- "Increasing Returns, Monopolistic Competition, and International Trade" (.pdf)
Selected articles and blog
- New York Times Op-ed: "Greenspan and the Bubble"
- New York Times Op-ed: "Gordon Does Good"
- The Conscience of a Liberal (Personal blog)
- Crisis on Wall Street
Sept. 23, 2008
Download: MP4 Video
- Unequal Democracy
April 14, 2008, with Jonathan Alter, columnist and senior editor of Newsweek magazine; Larry Bartels, the Donald E. Stokes Professor of Public and International Affairs at the Woodrow Wilson School and director of the Center for the Study of Democratic Politics; and James Stimson, the Raymond Dawson Professor of Political Science at the University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill.
RealVideo: 56K 350K
Windows Media Video: 56K 350K
- The Future of Social Security
March 7, 2005
University Channel Video
- Forum - Responses to Terrorism: Security, Economics and Democracy
Sept. 21, 2001, with Professor Joshua Tucker, Kevin Lindsey MPP '02 and George Sibley MPP '02.
RealVideo: 56K 300K
Windows Media Video: 56K 300K
- Globalization and Welfare
June 14, 2007
University Channel Audio