In the book, Super-Freakenomics, the authors begin with a curious story about what happened when cable television came to villages in India. Which doesn’t sound like it’d be that interesting. I mean nobody wants to read about what cable has done for my life.
But this is actually fascinating. Because cable television didn’t come to every village. Only some villages got the blessing we know of as ESPN, leaving others wondering just what team did Antawn Jamison go to? But what this situation did, is let economist know exactly what kind of impact introducing Television had on the rural, Indian culture. And the results might surprise you. Continue reading Alternative Stories