Wednesday, July 7, 2010

If He Could, Roubini Would Take Lessons from Schumpeter on How To Be a Great Lover

He tells FT:

Q: Ideal travelling companion – dead, alive, historical, fictional?

A: Joseph Schumpeter, an Austrian economist who – as a true Renaissance man – argued that his three goals in life were to be the best economist, the best horseback rider and the best lover of his generation. He claims he achieved only two of them: I would ask him which and for good practical tips to achieve such goals.

1 comment:

  1. Roubini's previous comment regarding Schumpeter as the most important figure in Austrian economics is revealed as a personal fetish.