This peer reviewed study posted in Econ Journal Watch is hardly a shocker for anyone who has paid attention to Paul Krugman's morphing economic positions. Krugman has actually contradicted his own findings to make Republicans look bad.
Most economists are not susceptible to partisanship in their work, a new scholarly study finds. But anyone who reads Paul Krugman's columns in the New York Times will hardly be surprised to learn he is a glaring exception to the study's findings.
He consistently changes his fiscal views depending on the party in power.
"Krugman has changed his tune in a significant way regarding the budget deficit when the White House has changed party," found Brett Barkley, an economics student at George Mason University....