Nobel Prize in Economic Sciences 2008

Professor Paul Krugman of Princeton University, USA has won the 2008 Nobel Prize in Economic Sciences “for his analysis of trade patterns and location of economic activity”.

The TIPE Programme has been using his excellently written textbooks on both Micro and Macroeconomics. These books have been written jointly with his wife, Robin Wells. Please note that the TIPE CD 2007  and 2008 contains most of the ancillary teaching resources of these two books.

If you are interested in knowing more about his contributions, please check out the unofficial Paul Krugman archive.

I came across these excellent videos on the Krugman and Wells book, which I feel is a great teaching resource.


2 Responses to Nobel Prize in Economic Sciences 2008

  1. Dr.K.Sadasivam says:

    Dear Sir, It is an effort to spread the knowlege of Economics amongest the interested teachers and scholars pursueing basic reasearch in Economics. Thanks
    Lecturer(S.S) in Economics
    Madurai Kamaraj University College
    Madurai-625 002.

  2. Merci Olsson says:

    Dear Sir,

    You can see Krugman’s Nobel Lecture from 2008 and an exclusive interview at the official website of the Nobel Foundation,

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