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Tim Kane's Economics Blogger Haiku Challenge
We at the Kauffman Foundation survey top economics bloggers every quarter. This time, we asked bloggers to submit a haiku. Are they any good? You be the judge.
. Click on the 5 or 6 haiku you think are best! Best is your own combination of substance and style, weighted as you see fit.
Click on the 5 or 6 haiku you think are best! Best is your own combination of substance and style, weighted as you see fit.
Employment down, output up / Doing more with less / Until everything is done by no one -- Wade Roush
New Commanding Heights / Credentials Suffocating / Let the market work -- Arnold Kling
The US needs jobs / Politicians have theirs now / With which they do little -- Austin Frakt
Double dip at bay / Despite moronic Congress / Europe sinks us all -- Ryan Avent
Intermodal loadings increase / Trade conflict looms without cease / Occupy Wall Street -- Stephen Karlson
Jobs are needed now / Austerity ill-timed / Action is required -- Jeff Miller
Uncertainty rules / While the economy suffers / Politics rejoices -- Pedro Albuquerque
Tax the Rich and Now / Borrow to Invest in Stuff / Bring Back the New Deal -- Daniel Gross
Boost U.S. Demand / Need More Money and Tax Cuts / Hands off the long run -- Karl Smith
jobs and Jobs are gone / need more Jobs to get more jobs / innovate to grow -- Arthur Diamond
Revenge of the Nerds / ZMP can't outcompete / Very small shell scripts -- Eli Dourado
Economy Grows Big / Increase in Stock Market / My Children Get Rich -- James Altucher
Econ guys, gentle souls / Think policies guide markets / Jail time is better -- Robert Cringely
Keynes' America falls / Growth will emerge with startups / Hayek wins the day -- Tim Kane
The goal is simple / Get Americans to say / I, Entrepreneur -- Nick Schulz
Those kids blame the banks / Is Wall Street pre-occupied? / Next: capital strike -- Michael Munger
No one has a job / Except econobloggers / And they're not paid much -- Felix Salmon
When Japan fell in 1990s / They were lectured by the world economists / Time for Japanese to smile -- Amol Agrawal
More public spending / Is needed to fill the gap / Sadly America fails -- Bill Mitchell
Climate change question / Cap-and-trade or carbon tax / Either efficient -- John Whitehead
Economy sucks? / New policies shake things up! / Causing more suckage -- Glen Whitman
This is not so hard / Helicopter money please / Wired straight to households -- Steve Waldman
many angry folks / watch political duck soup / less soup more work please -- David Zetland
Monetary stimulus is all that's left / Do it right or suffer / Target NGDP to end the quest -- James Picerno
More demand is needed / The Fed is responsible / Do not look elsewhere -- Scott Sumner
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