Sex, derivatives and rock and roll

Is ex-MBA tutor Peter Cook's hard rock song 'Fiscal Cliff' an anthem for the City?

by Gabriella Griffith
Last Updated: 06 Aug 2013

YouTube is a place for weird and wonderful things. But it’s quite possible you've never imagined a broker in red braces rocking out to a ditty about economics, singing about jumping off the fiscal cliff. Well, it has happened.

Peter Cook, a lecturer who teaches about the parallels between rock music and business, has written and recorded his ode to the economic crisis – ‘Fiscal Cliff’.

Special thanks have to go out to Andrew Sentance, former member of the Monetary Policy Committee, for bringing this to everyone’s attention. Apparently, Cook is a mate of his.

Feast your eyes dear friends. Feast your eyes:

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