Their result for The Economic School of Thought Test ...

Moderate Keynesian

46 Keynesian, 15 Chicago, 8 Austrian

You have some knowledge of economics, but believe the freemarket is unstable and/or unfair. You would make a good economics bureaucrat in a stagnating social democracy somewhere. You aren't hostile to freedom, though, and likely just want to make sure the right, just, decisions are made.

Their Analysis (Vertical line = Average)

  • Keynesian Distribution

    They scored 46% on Keynesian, higher than 74% of your peers.

  • Chicago Distribution

    They scored 15% on Chicago, higher than 20% of your peers.

  • Austrian Distribution

    They scored 8% on Austrian, higher than 12% of your peers.

All possible test results

Collectivist

You did not score above 20% on any of my variables, which means you advocate an economy in some way based on collectivism. This could be the result of advocating some form of social syst... Read more

Weak Austrian

You are a Weak Austrian. What this means is that you have the beginnings of belonging to a school of thought that places a great deal of importance on individual liberty, not just from the standpoint... Read more

Austrian Economist

You are an Austrian Economist. You scored at least 60% on the Austrian variable. Therefore, if you don't know what an Austrian economist is, you at least show signs that you might be interested in goi... Read more

Budding Supply-sider

You scored between 21-60% being of the Chicago School. You probably believe in low taxation, and that the economy has some self-regulating tendencies, but you still want some, shall we say, prudent m... Read more

Free Marketeer

You answered between 21-60% in both the Chicago & Austrian Schools of Economic Thought. You definitely want a free market, and a small government. You also likely, unless your scores are real low fo... Read more

Austrian American

You are an Austrian American. I call you this because you obviously scored highly in the "Austrian School", but you still lean somewhat toward the "Chicago School" approach as to how a free market so... Read more

The Friedmanite!

You are the Friedmanite. A strong member of the Chicago School, you likely agree with Milton Friedman, who wrote Capitalism and Freedom, and was a Professor at the University of Chicago. He also wor... Read more

Chicago Libertarian

Like the Friedmanite, you value the private sector's strength for providing prosperity; however, you also show at least trace signs of the "Austrian School." It is likely that you enjoy economics, ha... Read more

Austrian/Chicago

You show signs of both the Austrian School and the Chicago School; thus, you are a combination of two classifications, which I've listed below. The Austrian Economist: You are an Austrian... Read more

Moderate Keynesian

You have some knowledge of economics, but believe the freemarket is unstable and/or unfair. You would make a good economics bureaucrat in a stagnating social democracy somewhere. You aren't hostile ... Read more

Mixed Market

You have some knowledge of economics, but believe the freemarket is unstable and/or unfair. You would make a good economics bureaucrat in a stagnating social democracy somewhere. You aren't hostile ... Read more

Repressed Austrian

You scored high on the Austrian variable, and so you likely believe in a very free market, with regard for the individual; however, somewhere, your faith was shaken, and you repressed this market zeal... Read more

Economics Student

You know some Keynesian and Neoclassical economics, but are committed to neither the Keynesian or Chicago School. You're no radical, and, unless you scored toward 60 on at least one of the variables,... Read more

Balanced Freedom

You are in favor of a free market, and quite a bit of individual freedom. That said, you don't really fit in any one school of thought. A little Keynesianism, a little Chicago School methods, and a ... Read more

Constrained Austrian

You are somewhat of a strong Austrian - so you believe in a high degree of individual freedom, but you also show at least traces of the Chicago and Keynesian Schools of Thought. You probably b... Read more

Good Econ Student!

You have believe in a free market, and that it has some self-maintaining qualities. You also have some Keynesian School remnants in your thought. You probably took economics, but actually paid atten... Read more

Concerned Chicago

You believe in a free market, but, you are being challenged as to how to achieve it. You show signs of being a strong follower of Milton Friedman, but you have slight aspects of the Keynesian and Aus... Read more

Libertarian Steward

You show Strong Austrian School tendencies. This means you likely have a strong regard for individual rights. You don't just believe this instinctually, but rather you understand that this is essent... Read more

Keynesian Economist

You want to save capitalism from itself, so you give the central government the fiscal and monetary tools to make sure its faults don't cause it to collapse, leading to a worker's rebellion. You beli... Read more

Freer Keynesian

You are a Keynesian Economics student, but you also have a genuine love of freedom. You should work to restore your faith in the free market, and come to understand the abstract economic laws that ma... Read more

Troubled Austrian

You scored strongly as a member of the Austrian School of Economics, which holds that individual liberty is not simply a political matter, but actually is essential to a well-functioning free society,... Read more

Free Keynesian

You are a Keynesian Economics student, but you also have a regard for fiscal conservatism. You should work to restore your faith in the free market, and come to understand the abstract economic laws ... Read more

Keynesian Privateer

You are a strong Keynesian, which means you want to save capitalism from its inner instability by using the power of the state to provide it with a basic foundation; i.e. fiscal and monetary policy, m... Read more

Keynesian Privateer+

You are a strong Keynesian, which means you want to save capitalism from its inner instability by using the power of the state to provide it with a basic foundation; i.e. fiscal and monetary policy, m... Read more

Business Keynesian

You are a strong Keynesian, which means you want to save capitalism from its inner instability by using the power of the state to provide it with a basic foundation; i.e. fiscal and monetary policy, m... Read more

Keynesian Privateer+

You are a strong Keynesian, which means you want to save capitalism from its inner instability by using the power of the state to provide it with a basic foundation; i.e. fiscal and monetary policy, m... Read more

Conflicted Marketeer

You show signs of being a strong Keynesian, a strong member of the Austrian School of Economics, and a strong follower of Milton Friedman. Only one problem: These schools, while not absolutely/i... Read more

Take this test »

More tests we think you'll like

More Top Tests