New York Times Columnist, Author, Professor at the Woodrow Wilson School
The keynotes by Paul Krugman address the impact of the financial crisis and geopolitical implications of economic recessions. Paul Krugman looks at strategic relationships worldwide, and the financial situations in various countries to find structural solutions for these problems.
Paul Krugman is a professor of economics and international affairs at the Woodrow Wilson School of Public and International Affairs at Princeton University and centenary professor at the London School of Economics. Krugman won the Nobel Memorial Prize in economic sciences in 2008.
Krugman has written 20 books and has published more than 200 scholarly articles. Krugman currently works for The New York Times as a columnist covering economic and political issues. The keynotes by Paul Krugman attempt to find solutions for global financial issues by exploring financial situations from countries around the world.