Wednesday, November 5, 2008

Criticizing Alan Greenspan

While writing this post I realized that, these days, criticizing Alan Greenspan is a little bit like shooting at the Red Cross. However, when he was strong, powerful, and considered infallible, almost nobody dared saying anything bad about the Maestro. I say almost because, as usual, Paul Krugman was well ahead of the curve. Two early columns in 2001 ("Et tu, Alan" and "Doing the wrong thing) are not available on-line, but here you can find summaries. More recent columns are 2004, 2004, and 2005.
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