Podlearning: Student podcasts

These are samples of podcasts created by Emmanuel College students in ECON 1101 Principles of Microeconomics, as part of the ‘EC on Econ Podcast series’

EC on ECON podcasts

Spring 2022

  • by Jasmin Desrosiers, Madi McNeil & Lindsey Snider


  • by Caroline Belinksy, Samantha Chaves, Alyssa Santangeli & Sophia Wisnes

Economic impacts of crime in Brazil & Venezuela

  • by Kaitlyn Arsenault, Yannie Chan & Chris Viscio

Movie streaming vs. cinemas

Fall 2021

  • by Teddy Kelly

Vaccine Externalities

  • by Ezra Walsh

Pricing Strategy of Arizona Iced Tea

  • by Laney Giusti

Economics of Food Banks and Food Insecurity

  • by Justin Huttinger

Alcohol elasticity: A bartender’s eye view

Fall 2020

  • by Ted Weber

The gasoline market in the time of COVID

  • by Caroline Ferdenzi

Introducing the Loungewear Index

  • by Aric Graves

Pandemic Pizza: Covid impacts on small business

Tesla Tequila

Spring 2020

  • by Molly Hubbard and Christine Miller

Millennials’ decision making about big purchases

Impact of steel tariff on construction in Boston 

  • by Travis Smith, Bridget Vasques, and Edward Bennie

EC on Econ Concepts Podcasts

The following are samples of student created podcasts defining microeconomic concepts and giving examples of how they apply in real life.

Allocative efficiency by Marlys M

Comparative advantage by Caileigh B

Law of demand by Julia S

Quantity demanded by Skyler D

Substitution effect by Grace M

Substitution effect by Anna G

Substitute goods by Joshua J


Instructors interested in using these assignments in your class, read more at Podlearning

Posted May 1, 2018 by audioecon

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