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The Economist as Sleuth and the Economist as Novelist [videorecording]

produced by University of Virginia Television News Office ; Rob Smith, senior producer ; a Faculty lecture series presentation
Format
Video; VHS
Summary
Dr. Elzinga, an economist who writes mystery novels, had three main points: to explain things about mystery writing, to discuss the economics of writing fiction, and to encourage people to publish novels. He discussed the methods of solving crimes and his use of economics in solving them, using his novel, A Deadly indifference, as an illustration.
Performers
Lecturer: Kenneth G. Elzinga.
Release Date
2005
Run Time
27 min.
Language
English
Notes
Lecture given February 3, 2005, sponsored by the Colonade Club, University of Virginia. This version was edited to fit the program format of the television presentation first aired April 21, 2005.
Series
UVA Newsmakers
Faculty Author Series (University of Virginia. Colonnade Club)
Credits
Edited by Woody Sherman, Thoughtstream Video, Richmond, Va.
Published
[Charlottesville, Va. ] : University of Virginia Television News Office, c2005.
Description
1 videocassette (27 min.) : sd., col. ; 1/2 in.
VHS format [NTSC]
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