Caution: This page is historic since it has not been updated for 10 years...

From a historical perspective it may be interesting to see what a link page looked like 10 years ago.

Most links are broken, however, and I never managed to find the time to fix them.

Tilman's Links for (Experimental) Economists

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    Fun Stuff Section

Top Reasons to Study Economics

    • You get to talk about money without actually having any.
    • You learn about protection and elastic demand.
    • Mick Jagger, Arnold Schwarzenegger, and Ronald Reagan studied economics and look where it got them.
    • It is the only discipline where two people can share a Nobel Prize for saying contradictory things.
    • You learn about all of the interesting uses of an invisible hand.
    • At least you know why you are in the unemployment line.
    • When you get drunk, you can say that you were doing research on the law of diminishing marginal utility.
    • Economist do it with models....
    • For more of that, go to the Economist Jokes.


    Created by Tilman Slembeck, September 1995 - Last update: 22 May, 2000