Posted by Iglika Ivanova under economic crisis, economic growth, economic literacy, economic thought, fiscal policy, free markets, history of economic thought, industrial policy, inflation, interest rates, investment, labour adjustment, labour market, macroeconomics, media, monetary policy, prices, progressive economic strategies, public sector procurement, recession, Role of government, stimulus, unemployment, wages.
October 12th, 2010
Here’s a new take on bringing economic theory to the masses — a rap battle between Keynes and Hayek.
What’s amazing about it is the amount of solid (if not plain nerdy) content this video packs into such a short time. It’s fun to watch for sure (very high production values), but you get that much more out of it if you’re well-versed in the theories they cover. Which is why I’m sharing it here on the PEF blog.
This may not be the future of economic theory debates, but it sure is catchy. I want to steer markets. ‘Nuff said.
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