Summary Of Homer Economicus: The Simpsons And Economics

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In the book, “Homer Economicus: The Simpsons and Economics”, Joshua Hall, evidently focuses on seeing microeconomics in a more diverse and fun way by relating it to the popular television show, The Simpsons. The book begins with explaining the construction of the plot. As a substitute professor, Hall wondered what he wanted his students to learn and how he was going to teach them. Shortly after showing multiple snippets of episodes in class, in order to better convey economics to the students, he realized there was a connection between microeconomics and The Simpsons. Students from his class were relating the show to their better understanding of material learned in class. From that experience, he realizes that the show was getting the students

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