Paul Krugman is an active op-ed columnist for The New York Times, where he has written articles such as "Loading the Climate Dice," which was published on July 23, 2012, and "The Antisocial Network," which was published on April 15, 2013. Krugman wrote columns for Fortune from 1997 to 1999 and Slate from 1996 to 1999. He is also Centenary Professor at the London School of Economics and professor of economics and international affairs at Princeton University.
Paul Krugman has contributed to The Harvard Business Review, Foreign Policy, The Economist, Harper's and Washington Monthly, and he was awarded the John Bates Clark Medal from the American Economic Association in 1991. Some of Krugman's articles include "Defining Prosperity Down" from July 8, 2013, which discusses mass unemployment becoming the norm, as well as "Stranded by Sprawl" from July 29, 2013, which examines how spread out cities are detrimental to the American Dream.
Some of Krugman's other works include "Moments of Truthiness," "Love for Labor Lost," "The Damage Done," "The Plot Against France," "The Money Trap," "Why Inequality Matters," "Barons of Broadband," Wall Street Vampires," "The Insecure American" and "Liberals and Wages." He published a collection of his economy-based columns from The New York Times and other publications in his 2003 book "The Great Unraveling: Losing Our Way in the New Century."