Hafiz Noor Shams manages to send up the entire economics profession and tells us not to take ourselves so seriously (excerpt):
With the Chinese New Year being just around the corner, many are expected to leave Kuala Lumpur behind to visit families and relatives leaving outside of the city for a week or so. Many of those living or working in the city have left the city.
With the Chinese forming more than 40% of the population of Kuala Lumpur, and possibly with others who may just take the opportunity to travel out, the city is poised to suffer from a massive demand and supply shocks. Without any intervention from the relevant authority, the economy of Kuala Lumpur is expected to go into a recession this week and the next…
The insider jokes are absolutely priceless.
Since we’re on the subject, you might also enjoy this tongue-in-cheek discussion of the impact of dragons on macroeconomic policy.