Talks

Paul
Krugman

Paul
Krugman
Vol. 25
07 Mar, 2024

Americans’ distrust of the economy is miles away from the hard data that indicates all is well. “With the unemployment rate at its lowest level in 50 years and inflation approaching two percent, it’s pretty strange that the consumer confidence indicator is still pretty low,” thinks Nobel laureate and economics professor Paul Krugman, guest on a new video podcast in the PFI Talks series.

Interview in English

Interview in Czech language at E15.cz

Paul Robin Krugman 
Professor of Economics & Nobel Memorial Prize in Economics winner/City University of New York

Paul Robin Krugman is one of the world’s most influential contemporary economists. He won the 2008 Nobel Prize in Economics for his contributions on economic geography and the identification of patterns of international trade. He is the author or editor of 27 books, academic papers and textbooks. He has published more than 200 scientific articles in peer-reviewed journals. He has written several hundred columns on economic and political issues for The New York Times. He still teaches as a professor of economics at the City University of New York and was formerly a professor at MIT and Princeton.

Moderators

Leoš Rousek

Leoš Rousek

Leos works as Head of Group Communications at PPF Group, focusing on investor relations in the financial sector. His previous experience included investor communications at Home Credit International and MONETA Money Bank. Before 2015, he used to work for more than two decades as a business journalist for Dow Jones Newswires and the Wall Street Journal, reporting from the Czech Republic, Russia, Slovenia, and Slovakia. From 2017 to 2019, he was the chief economic analyst at the Czech business daily Hospodářské noviny.