Nobody Cares about your Title

We spoke to Paul Krugman (City University of New York, Nobel Prize 2008) about the dangers of economists getting too big for their boots.

After talking about whether policymakers had the right response to the Financial Crisis and the state of modern macroeconomics, we asked him for his thoughts on being an economist in the public sphere and his advice for communicating with the wider world.

Here are some of his tips:

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