Paul Krugman on Politics, Inequality, and Following Your Curiosity
After winning the Nobel, Paul Krugman found himself at the "end of ambition," with no more achievements left to unlock. That could be a depressing place, but Krugman avoids complacency by doing what he's always done: following his curiosity and working intensely at whatever grabs him most strongly.
Tyler sat down with Krugman at his office in New York to discuss what's grabbing him at the moment, including antitrust, Supreme Court term limits, the best ways to fight inequality, why he's a YIMBY, inflation targets, congestion taxes, trade , his favorite living science fiction writer, immigration policy, how to write well for a smart audience, new directions for economic research, and more.
Read a full transcript enhanced with helpful links.
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