Paul Krugman sheepishly admits that he missed the strong stock market rebound of that past six months. But it's understandable, given the celebrated Princeton economic professor's bearish views on the economy and the precarious nature of the current recovery. “Yes, I didn't see that coming,” the Nobel laureate said before a speech Saturday evening to the annual conference of the Centre for International Governance Innovation in Waterloo, Ont. “I probably should have, because a lot of it was just sort of ‘The end of the world' discount. On the other hand, I missed the stock market crash too. And I also...
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