Pop Internationalism

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MIT Press, 1996 - Počet stran: 221
"Everything Mr. Krugman has to say is smart, important and even fun to read. Paul Krugman is no household name, but probably should be . . . he is one of a handful of very bright, relatively young economists who do everything well."
-- Peter Passell, "New York Times Book Review" "Pop internationalists" -- people who speak impressively about international trade while ignoring basic economics and misusing economic figures are the target of this collection of Paul Krugman's most recent essays. In the clear, readable, entertaining style that brought acclaim for his best-selling "Age of Diminished Expectations," Krugman explains what real economic analysis is. He discusses economic terms and measurements, like "value-added" and GDP, in simple language so that readers can understand how pop internationalists distort, and sometimes contradict, the most basic truths about world trade.

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This is an old book, written as the Clinton administration assumed power and started to show its stripes. Interesting historically, but there is also some lasting truth to this book: the widely ... Přečíst celou recenzi

POP INTERNATIONALISM

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On the evidence of the lively collection of essays at hand, there's nothing dismal about the social science practiced by Stanford University professor Krugman (Peddling Prosperity, 1994, etc.). In a ... Přečíst celou recenzi

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Paul Krugman is Professor of Economics at Stanford University.

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