11 Feb 2010

Paul Krugman, Professor of Economics and International Affairs at Princeton University, will give the Regional Studies Annual Lecture at the AAG in Washington, DC on April 16, 2010 - at 12:40. His paper is entitled 'The New Economic Geography, Now Middle Aged' and is likely to stimulate much interest and debate, particularly since it follows a whole day of sessions on April 15 in which Ed Glaeser will be speaking on 'Two Centuries of Urban Resurgence and Decline'. Other speakers lined up for this full day session on 'Regional Resilience' include Ann Markusen, Sam Ock Park, Maryann Feldman, Andrew Isserman, Henry Yeung and Susan Christopherson - an impressive list of speakers!

For information on Paul Krugman's latest views, his NY Times blog is the best place to look and if you're interested in the AAG session itself, click on the image below to link directly to the RSA publicity flyer.


Further information: Paul Krugman was awarded the Nobel Prize in Economics in 2008. Born in 1953, he received his PhD from MIT in 1977 and has been at Princeton since 2000.