Paul Krugman explains the stuff he won the Nobel for:

60 million people live along a narrow stretch of the East Coast. Those 60 million people aren’t there because of the scenery; each of them is there because the other 60 million people are also there.
(actually, if you were really good with numbers, that would be fiftynine million, nine hundred and ninetynine thousand nine hundred and ninetynine.)


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