If there is a heaven, the creators of the Dos Equis adverts about the most interesting man in the world will go there. In idle moments, I cannot help but recall some of them:
his two cents are worth $37 and change.
Which prompts one to wonder about what the most interesting Economist in the World is like. So has someone else. Therefore, imagine, the music of the Dos Equis ad playing in the background and the velvet voice of William Lyman purring:
He is the life of seminars that he has never attended.
He once submitted a paper to Econometrica under a pseudonym just to see what rejection felt like.
Adam Smith quotes him.
He is the most interesting Economist in the world.