Economist Paul Krugman on inequality, the huge national debt, the problem of inflation – and the question of why it is difficult for him to pay more than ten dollars for a bottle of wine.
Interview by Harald Freiberger
He is one of the world’s most famous and influential economists: Paul Krugman, 68, Nobel Laureate in Economics, New York University professor, New York Times columnist. His success is based on the fact that he is able to explain the complex world of business in an understandable way and in clear theses. Republicans hate him for his downright “left” views.