When Economists Become Graffiti Artists

Even though over one million people read The Economist magazine, it is challenging for most economists to get their thoughts and analysis out to the mainstream. A group of rogue economists have taken to the street and have started painting their messages on overpasses. This is what I see on my way to work each morning, “Working for the money you have already spent.”

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