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The 2nd Adris Business Forum, which will be held in the town of Rovinj on Croatia's Adriatic coast on 5 Ocotber, will have a special guest, Nobel - Prize winner Paul Krugman, reports website Tportal.
The American award winning economist will address Croatia's political and business elite on how to successfully overcome the effects of the recession in the global economy. Krugman comes to Croatia not long after announcing a manifesto for economic sense with Britainís Richard Layard of the London School of Economics, calling for wider use of stimulating fiscal policy to reduce unemployment and boost economic growth. The manifesto was signed by almost 9000 people, including a number of prominent economists.
Krugman won the Nobel-Prize in Economic Sciences in 2008, when he was a professor at Princeton Univeristy in the U.S. Krugman is a passionate and eloquent speaker, an uncompromising critic of the economic policies of strict austerity and is well known for his columns in The New York Times.
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