DuckTales (1987): Multiphonic Duplicator
  • Economics → Macroeconomics → Inflation
  • Economics → Macroeconomics → Increase in Money Supply

When Hewey, Dewey, and Louie Duck witness Gyro Gearloose's new invention, the Multiphonic Duplicator, they use it to duplicate their money. When Scrooge McDuck learns of the invention, he cautions his nephews not to spend the duplicated money or else they'll decrease the value of the currency. Inflation is further illustrated when the price of goods and services, such as lollipops and bus rides, increases astonomically.

Public Discussion Questions


No discussion questions

Please sign in to add a discussion question.

Standards


No standards

Please sign in to add standards to this clip.

Public Pause Prompts


No pause prompts

Comments


Please sign in to write a comment.

Related Clips


Economics → Macroeconomics → Stocks and Bonds
Economics → Currency → Evolution of Currency
Economics → Macroeconomics → Functions of Money, Inflation, Budgeting
Economics → Macroeconomics → Structural Unemployment
Economics → Macroeconomics → Inferior Good
Economics → Macroeconomics → Subsidies