About the Authors
Linda S. Ghent is a Professor and Chair in the Department of Economics at Eastern Illinois University. She has been teaching economics for over 15 years and has been using popular culture in her classes more and more over time. In 2007, she developed a course called “Pop Culture Economics” that is taught as a Senior Seminar for non-economics majors. Many of the Seinfeld clips here are used in this course.
Linda can be contacted at: [email protected]
Alan Grant is an Associate Professor of Economics at Baker University. He has been watching television for almost forty-three years, and considers himself an expert on the topic. He enjoys long walks on the beach and teaching economics to college students. Many of his courses incorporate clips from Seinfeld, and also utilize other popular movies and television shows. One of his darkest moments was when he discovered that his wife doesn't share his love for Seinfeld.
Alan can be contacted at: [email protected]
George Lesica is a graduate student in the Department of Computer Science at the University of Montana. He also holds an MA in economics and has taught undergraduate economics courses. He never particularly liked "Seinfeld", but he does enjoy educational resources disguised as fun web sites.
George can be contacted at: [email protected]