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Quiz: Which famous economist are you most similar to?

This final note on the way out, in which you learn that I -- every now and then -- have too much time on my hands.

I found a survey online today. The url pretty much says it all: www.whichfamouseconomistareyoumostsimilarto.com

Answer a mere 105 questions, and the Internet will tell you where you lie on the economic spectrum. Actually, it'll give you an idea if you answer 20 of 'em.

Fair warning though -- they're not easy, one question is as follows:

"All else equal, permanently raising the federal marginal tax rate on ordinary income by 1 percentage point for those in the top (i.e., currently 35%) tax bracket would increase federal tax revenue over the next 10 years.

Head over to the site and check it out yourself.

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Kai Ryssdal is the host and senior editor of Marketplace, public radio’s program on business and the economy.
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Janet Currie for me (though I substantially left and down from her marker).

Well, who was it Kai?
For me, it was Joseph Altonji (not that I ever heard of him).

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