Paul Krugman: Slack in the Economy Is Dangerous

Paul Krugman: Slack in the Economy Is Dangerous

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Paul Krugman: Slack in the Economy Is Dangerous


April 17 (Bloomberg) -- Economist Paul Krugman discusses economic conditions with Bloomberg’s Tom Keene as part of the Capital in the Twenty-First Century event at CUNY in New York.

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