When you have a working knowledge of economics, it’s like having a mild super power.
This is Scott Adams, creator of Dilbert, who goes on to describe how he is using his. Many holders of economics degrees do not really believe in economics and its ability to explain human behaviour; Adams is not one of those people. His training is evident in the Dilbert books, where he often analyses situations using thinly disguised economics models (with comically questionable assumptions).
Here's another post of his on the special powers of economists.