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  1. An economist is a trained professional paid to guess wrong about the economy.
  2. An economist is an expert who will know tomorrow why the things he predicted yesterday didn't happen today.
  3. The Economist is a magazine dealing with financial matters.
  4. Economist is a small occupation in the United States, employing 21,702 workers in 2000.
  5. An economist was standing at the shore of a large lake, surf-casting.


  1. A wealthy labor economist had an urge to have grandchildren.
  2. Of course they will never come to agreement, stated the first economist.
  3. The doctor advises her to marry an economist and to live in South Dakota.
  4. A. The economist is the one with the calculator.
  5. The keynote speaker is an eminent economist.


  1. I---m not an economist, so this isn---t going to be a diatribe about macro economic theory or some such thing.
  2. After switching seats, one economist remarked to the other that it was the first time an economic discussion ever kept anyone awake.
  3. Economics is known as the dismal science and it is indeed true that it is rarely difficult to tell the difference between an economist and a ray of sunshine.


  1. A Berkeley economist died and went to heaven (No, that's not the joke).
  2. Though some jokes are more general and economist could be substituted with some else profession I try to maintain the "purity" of the page.


  1. A civil engineer, a chemist and an economist are traveling in the countryside.
  2. A physicist, a chemist and an economist are stranded on an island, with nothing to eat.

Experienced Economist

  1. Not so experienced economist starts thinking: "Listen, we both have the same amount of money we had before, but we both ate shit.
  2. After evaluating the proposal experienced economist eats shit getting the money.
  3. The not so experienced economist starts thinking: "Listen, we both have the same amount of money we had before, but we both ate horse manure.


  1. I'm Jewish, and cannot sleep next to an unclean animal." So the economist is sent to the barn.
  2. SUPPLY SIDE ECONOMIST VIRUS - Puts your computer to sleep for four years.


  1. MULTINATIONAL CORPORATION ECONOMIST VIRUS - Deletes all monetary files, but keeps smiling and sending messages about how the economy is going to get better.
  2. The "predation" economy described by Bloch in Feudal Society (1961) hasn't, according to some economist, completely disappeared.


  1. He walks along most daintily, because his balls are crystal." Mike Lynch, MIT An economist is a trained professional paid to guess wrong about the economy.
  2. Heard at the LSE. An economist is a trained professional paid to guess wrong about the economy.
  3. Some of our conservative blogging economist friends have suggested it might be a little lower than my guess.
  4. Double or nothing that I can guess your exact occupation!" Man says "OK." "You are an economist working for the government," says the shepherd.

Economist Virus

  1. SOVIET ECONOMIST VIRUS - Crashes your computer, but denies it ever happened.
  2. GOVERNMENT ECONOMIST VIRUS - nothing works on your system, but all your diagnostic software says everything is just fine.
  3. ENVIRONMENTAL ECONOMIST VIRUS - Before allowing you to delete any file, it first asks you if you've considered the alternatives.


  1. If one is accidentally struck, remove the dead economist to side of the road and proceed to the nearest car wash.
  2. An experienced economist and a not so experienced economist were walking down the road.
  3. A veteran economist and a rookie economist are walking down the road.


  1. Newlan's Truism: An "acceptable" level of unemployment means that the government economist to whom it is acceptable still has a job.
  2. If an economist is elected to government office, it shall be a felony to hunt, trap, or possess it.


  1. Einstein paused, and then asked, "So what is your forecast for the budget deficit next year?" (Adapted from Economist June 13th 1992, p.
  2. Ich bin eine e-Funktion." I asked an economist for her phone number, and she gave me an estimate.
  3. Finally he was offered a Treasury economist's brain which was outlandishly expensive so he asked how could this one be so expensive.


  1. Why won't you kiss me?" The boy said, "Look, I'm an economist.
  2. But her interest piqued, she asked, "Why are you so urgent to study economics and the economy?" The man replied: "I'm an economist.

Someone Who

  1. An economist is someone who doesn't know what he's talking about - and make you feel it's your fault.
  2. An economist is someone who knows the price of everything and the value of nothing.
  3. An economist is someone who gets rich explaining others why they are poor.
  4. An economist is someone who sees something working in practice and asks whether or not it would work in principle.


  1. The economist said, "I lost my keyes over in the alley." The policeman asked him why he was looking by the lightpole.
  2. The economist said, "I lost my keys over in the alley." The policeman asked him why he was looking by the light pole.


  1. A mathematician, an accountant and an economist apply for the same job.
  2. An Economist is someone who didn't have enough personality to become an accountant.


  1. A mathematical economist came sailing by on an ice boat, and pulled to the shore beside the surf-fishing economist to scoff.
  2. The economist got up, locked the door, pulled down the blinds, then sat down by the interviewer.


  1. The sheriff grabbed his rifle and dashed back to the berry patch with the economist.
  2. The economist ran back to his car, drove to town as fast has he could, and got the sheriff.


  1. To his surprise, St. Peter left his desk at the gate and came down the long line to where the economist was, and greeted him warmly.
  2. MARXIAN ECONOMIST VIRUS - Helps your computer shut down whenever it wants to.


  1. The story is actually told about a non-economist, Danish Nobel prize winner Niels Bohr.
  2. The economist responded, "it's a lot easier to look over here." This tale is said to be told by John Kenneth Galbraith on himself.


  1. When an economist says the evidence is "mixed," he or she means that theory says one thing and data says the opposite.
  2. The First Law of Economics: For every economist, there exists an equal and opposite economist.


  1. POLITICAL THINK TANK ECONOMIST VIRUS - Doesn't do anything, but you can't get rid of it until next election.
  2. The shepherd very quickly says "You are an economist for a government think tank." "Amazing!" responds the man.


  1. CENTRAL BANK ECONOMIST VIRUS - Makes sure that it's bigger than any other file.
  2. Princeton University economist Henry S. Farber recently found that college graduates were taking a far bigger hit.


  1. Reproduced below is an Economist Joke that illustrates the separate facilities solution to an externality problem.
  2. Not so experienced economist runs his optimization problem and figures out he's better off eating it so he does and collects money.


  1. A Chicago economist died in poverty and many local futures traders donated to a fund for his funeral.
  2. A Chigago economist died in poverty and many local futures traders were asked to donate a fund for a funeral.


  1. Three guys decide to play a round of golf: a priest, a psychologist, and an economist.
  2. One inquires, "How's your wife?" The other responds, "Relative to what?" To an economist, real life is a special case.
  3. But Daddy Economist was trained not to worry.
  4. The economist ponders the situation-finally he goes back to the caddy and says, "Listen, the next time could they play at night.


  1. The paradox of voting was discovered over 200 years ago by M.Condorcet, a French mathematician, philosopher, economist, and social scientist. (Web site)


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