14 ways an Economist says I Love You…

Saturday night is surely not the time for writing a blogpost.  But I could not resist on reading a super post (HT: FB Page of this community — Economic Sociology and Political Economy; thanks to good friend Anshu Dash for the pointer).

Liz Fosslien in this blogpsot mentions about 14 ways an economist says  I love you.  So after posts on how an econ breaks-up and economics of love , there is more from economists on love..

She uses Production  Possibility Frontier, International trade curves, Pigou Club (several econs there) vs. Pick-You Club (only econ), ZIRP vs steady interest, risk of default, natural monopoly, inelasticity etc.. 

This makes it straight to the classroom…It is simply brilliant.

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