Christmas may be over, but Hanukkah is still going strong for a few more days. Most of you know that Hanukkah is referred to as the festival of lights, but relatively few people remember exactly how that name came about. Basically, the Maccabees were trying to purify their temple after the Greeks had invaded it by burning ritual oil for eight days, but unfortunately they only had enough oil left to light the menorah for one day. The "Hanukkah miracle" is the fact that this amount of oil managed to keep the menorah going for eight days.
Economists would likely consider the Hanukkah miracle to be a temporary change in the production possibilies frontier- if one of the goods in a society is "days of light," or, technically, "days of temple purification," then the Hanukkah miracle could be represented by this sort of production possibilities frontier.
In addition, economists have even composed their own version of Adam Sandler's Hanukkah song. Who knew there were so many Jewish economists? (Okay, maybe I did.)