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    Q: What do you call a little girl in a brown dress who is running across a playground?
    A: A brownian motion.

    Q: Why do social workers refuse to sleep with economists?
    A: They have learned its a sunk cost.

    Q: Why do Economists provide estimates of inflation to the nearest tenth of a percent?
    A: To prove they have a sense of humour.

    Q: What does it take to be a good economist?
    A: An unshakeable grasp of the obvious!

    Q: What is a recent economics graduate's usual question in his first job?
    A: What would you like to have with your french fries sir?

    Q: What's the difference between a finance major and an economics major?
    A: Opportunity Cost

    Q: How many economists does it take to screw in a light bulb?
    1. Just one, but it really gets screwed.
    2. One to prepare the proposal, an econometrician to run the model, one each MS and PhD students to write the theses and dissertations, two more to prepare the journal article (senior authorship not assigned), four to review it, and at least as many to refine the model and replicate the results.

    Q: Why do economists carry their diplomas on their dashboards?
    A: So they can park in the (morally/intellectually) handicapped parking.

    Q: How can you tell when an economist is lying?
    A: His lips are moving.

    Q: Why won't sharks attack economists?
    A: Professional courtesy.

    Q: What do you get when you cross the Godfather with an economist?
    A: An offer you can't understand.

    Q: How many economists does it take to change a light bulb?
    A: Hell, you need a whole department of them just to prepare the research grant.

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