Strange stuff in “The Economist”

What strange stuff one finds in an economics journal these days. A friend of mine, who has just enrolled to do an MBA, wrote to say:

I read this in The Economist today – this magazine is now required reading for the next three years. I especially liked the table at the end.

The scanned page he sent me can be downloaded here from Mediafire. [Nb. The views of The Economist’s journalists are not the views of this blog owner.]

About Schütz

I am a PhD candidate & sessional academic at Australian Catholic University in Melbourne, Australia. After almost 10 years in ministry as a Lutheran pastor, I was received into the Catholic Church in 2003. I worked for the Archdiocese of Melbourne for 18 years in Ecumenism and Interfaith Relations. I have been editor of Gesher for the Council of Christians & Jews and am guest editor of the historical journal “Footprints”. I have a passion for pilgrimage and pioneered the MacKillop Woods Way.
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3 Responses to Strange stuff in “The Economist”

  1. matthias says:

    Yes i had a chuckle at the table at the end. I reckon that the critics who have made the comments such as Charismatics “loopy ” etc are the other tsreams of Anglicanism,all taking pot shots at each other

  2. Terra says:

    I’ve always enjoyed The Economists eccentric guides to cultural phenomena from a market perspective…but then I’m an economist by training!

  3. Kyle says:

    This is very funny!

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