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# Paul Krugman

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# Daniel Mulhall
New York Times columnist's 'leprechaun' reference criticised by Irish Ambassador
“So let me tell you about Apple and the leprechauns,” economist Paul Krugman wrote in reference to Ireland’s corporate tax regime.
# Global Recession
'There has been an intellectual rethinking on the whole issue of government borrowing'
Why austerity is out and public spending is back on the menu for economists.
# review 2012
Here are our top 10 most shared articles on Facebook in 2012
From Savita Halappanavar to puppies rescued from a Dublin car, these were the most shared articles on Facebook this year.
# Said and done
So much partying and do as the Romans do: The week in quotes
“What we have found, in one word, is a disgrace.”
# US 2012
Krugman: Elect Mitt Romney and the US will have an Irish recession
The Nobel laureate was warned against Mitt Romney’s economic policies, saving: “Ireland is America’s future”.
# Fight! Fight!
Estonian president takes to Twitter to bemoan New York Times' economic analysis
The New York Times’ Paul Krugman played down Estonia’s economy. Toomas Hendrik Ilves wasn’t at all pleased.
# Said and done
Inconceivable and short lived independence: The week in quotes
“It was Fianna Fáil wot won it.”
# Debt Crisis
Krugman: Ireland voted for a 'bad idea' - and euro could collapse in two years
The Nobel-winning economist isn’t impressed with Ireland’s vote – but reckons it could all be fairly meaningless anyway.
# Referendum
Paul Krugman says Irish voters should vote No
The Nobel prize-winning economist said that austerity is a deeply destructive policy which is failing dismally.
Sitdown Sunday: 7 deadly reads
The very best of the week’s writing from around the web.
# Power 100
Gallery: The 10 most influential people in finance...
…according to the US wealth management magazine Worth, including the German Chancellor and new ECB chief.
Can Europe be saved?
Paul Krugman on how the euro may be Europe’s proudest achievement, but it’s looking increasingly like a trap.
Eating the Irish
Only a satirist — and one with a very savage pen — could do justice to what’s happening to Ireland now, writes the Nobel-prize winning economist and New York Times columnist.
# Economy
MacSharry replies to Krugman's diatribe
The former Irish finance minister takes issue with the Nobel Prize winner.
# Economy
ESRI analysis comes ‘out of thin air’
Nobel Prize winner Paul Krugman really doesn’t agree with our economic policy.