The 10 Greatest Films for Teaching Economics
G. Dirk Mateer,
Brian Oâ€™Roark and
Kim Holder ()
The American Economist, 2016, vol. 61, issue 2, 204-216
We asked economic educators from around the country to identify five films that they found most useful in teaching economics. Our sample of 105 educators reflects wide-ranging opinions about the greatest films for teaching economics. We provide summaries of each of the Top 10 films in our list and short descriptions of the next 10. The films surveyed are an eclectic mix that spans different eras and genres. It is our hope that this list will spur conversations about economics among interested readers and economic educators.
Keywords: economic education; films; teaching (search for similar items in EconPapers)
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