based on — Lisa George — Media Economics

  1. — 1 —
    Find statistical data about the object that help to understand the following:
    Who used it, where, in what quantities, and at what price?
    Who supplied it, where, in what quantities, and at what price?
    What function, object or behavior did this object replace?
  2. — 2 —
    To document: collect the answers.

Lisa M. George is an empirical applied economist specializing in industrial organization and political economy. Her research focuses on the economics of media markets, spanning traditional and new media. Professor George has published in top economics journals including the American Economic Review, Journal of Political Economy and Journal of Industrial Economics. She is Associate Professor of Economics at Hunter College, and a member of the Doctoral faculty at CUNY’s Graduate Center. (2017)

See Lisa’s OBJECT AMERICA I talk
Lisa’s Website at Hunter University

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