Which Economic School of Thought Do You Belong To (Quiz)


#1

http://www.selectsmart.com/FREE/select.php?client=economic

Quite simple, and doesn’t include the newer schools of thought (including the one I subscribe to :confused:)

That being said, it’s a good starting point for anyone vaguely interested.

Post your results below

Am happy to (at least try to) explain the quiz questions/different schools of thought if need be.


#2


#3

I’m surprised mercantilism isn’t higher for you


#4

Same honestly. But it makes sense to an extent considering the main reason I would support it is economic nationalism i.e. protectionism and trade surpluses.


#5

I’m surprised that communist came so high.


#6

lol


#7

Could you be any more all over the place there


#8

And this is why I don’t like taking these bullshit tests.

Hail Marx.

That’s kind of like my entire approach to socialism itself, tbf.


#10

That would be rather ironic based on his Anti-Semitism.


#11

I had a feeling that I would fall under neoclassical


#12

What is the difference between new-Keynesianism and classical Keynesianism?


#13

Maybe its something you should look in to a little more.


#14

Perhaps, if I had spare time. But based on what I know about it such as societal ownership of the means of production, I really wouldn’t consider myself in favor of it.


#15

Not surprising. Neo-Keynesianism score is too high for my liking though.

https://i.gyazo.com/57406f242e772114d524c47b256c964e.png


#16

Doesn’t overly surprise me as I’ve tried to take both neoclassical and new-Keyneisan (or what I know of it) into account in economics.


#17

Mercantilism too low. My only beef with them is that wealth isn’t static and bimetallism is bad. Forex always dem/sup.

Otherwise, we need to fuck the Chinese over like in EU4. Let’s do it together baby.

Neocons and Chicago too high. Fuck off please. (How did I even get 80% on either with my merc so high?)


#18

You’re a commie mate.



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#19


#20

Why? Why do that?


#21

I got 100% Neo-Keynesian but surprisingly less than 50% ‘New Keynesian’. What are their differences?