The media, economics, and education

Smith Jr., Richard J.
July 1996
Business Horizons;Jul/Aug96, Vol. 39 Issue 4, p1
Academic Journal
Criticizes media coverage of business and economic news as well as the teaching of economics in the United States. Suggestions for improvement; Efficacy of television as a source of information; Newsworthiness and political aspects of economic news.


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