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June 24, 2006

Greatest. Economics. Song. Ever.

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Wow! It ranks up there with the hilarious Jared Bernstein economics detective op-ed.

Posted by: Neil the Ethical Werewolf | Jun 24, 2006 8:52:13 PM

Ezra, I knew the minute I saw you I'd be learning from you, I just didn't know in what strange and wonderful ways. Fabulous.

zen

Posted by: zennurse | Jun 24, 2006 9:32:32 PM

This was made some months ago - I think Brad DeLong linked to it, and is one the great adaptations of pop music for any subject.

I seem to recall that it was made by a grad student (Harvard?) in a biz school, and caused an uproar of support for the cover there.

My fav part is near the end where they show Ben's MacroEcon text and the singer mouths silently 'bullshit'.

The prediction in the song (higher interest rates, higher inflation, declining economy) seem to be panning out as well.

The song should be available on a player included in the gravestone of Bushonomics when the inevitable happens.

Posted by: JimPortlandOR | Jun 24, 2006 10:56:06 PM

Columbia Business School. That was so quality.

Posted by: Pinko Punko | Jun 25, 2006 3:42:04 AM

here is the Direct YouTube link

Posted by: MonkeyBoy | Jun 25, 2006 12:36:59 PM

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