In the words of the New York Times:
But you would also find a sizable group of economists who thought the Fed could and should do far more than it was doing. This group, known as doves, tilts liberal, though it includes conservatives as well. If anything, it can probably claim a larger number of big-name economists — J. Bradford DeLong, Paul Krugman (an Op-Ed columnist for The New York Times), Christina D. Romer, Scott Sumner and Mark Thoma, among others — than the camp that believes the Fed has done too much.
OK, Scott. Let's not hear any more about the small time economist from Bentley. If the New York Times says you are big-name, then I guess you are. (Or was this why you read all of those NY Times articles from the thirties?)
Hat tip to Stephen Williamson