Economist Beverages Just Got A Major Upgrade…

Every Friday at about 5pm or so, Justin Wolfers declares it beer o’clock on Twitter:

This is nice and all (and, honestly, a helpful reminder to maybe stop working even though I generally ignore it), but I’ve always felt like we could do better with the econ-associated beverages. And it turns out we can…

Maybe, as a behavioral economist, I’m biased, but this is just so good. Also, here’s the reference in case you’re not familiar, so you even get some weekend reading material with your weekend booze suggestions.

2 Replies to “Economist Beverages Just Got A Major Upgrade…”

  1. My drink suggestion is the “Correlation And Causation.” Recipe: 1 part Coca Cola and 1 part grain alcohol. Only the well versed economist can identify which beverage is which when the drunken stupor commences.

    1. oh man, we could take this concept pretty far,…I could come up with a “collinearity problem” and maybe a “source of identification,” though that might involve multiple beverages at different times…

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