Book Reviews of Pop Internationalism

Pop Internationalism
Pop Internationalism
Author: Paul Krugman
ISBN-13: 9780262112109
ISBN-10: 0262112108
Publication Date: 3/1996
Pages: 221
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Publisher: Mit Pr
Book Type: Hardcover
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A collection of essays about international trade seems destined to be a snoozer, but Paul Krugman, an economics professor at the Massachusetts Institute of Technology, somehow manages to write about an arcane subject in a lively manner that is actually entertaining. Krugman contends that many who are famed as experts on world trade actually misunderstand the subject completely, and he provides a startling commentary on some notables, from Lester Thurow to Ross Perot. Yet Krugman comes not merely to destroy; a reader can gain from his essays some real insight into economics, not to mention which economic commentators know their stuff.