Why don’t economists get invited to the good parties? Professor Sarah Skwire (Poet) thinks it has to do with economists’ choice of words. According to her, it seems, the optimal amount of economists to invite to an evening social would be close to zero. Economists probably aren’t known for the liveliness of their dinner conversations, but as (economist) Professor Steve Horwitz argues, their use of vocabulary reveals certain nuances contained within the economic way of thinking. But don’t just take my word for it, hear it straight from them in the video below.