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  • Pokénomics 101: How to get Pokémon to GO into the classroom

  • Pokénomics 101

    Your Trainers:

    Abdullah Al-Bahrani David Mahon Dirk Mateer Ryan Murphy

  • Why Pokémon GO?

    The game draws on the familiarity of Nintendo's Pokémon video games which led to trading card games, animated television shows and movies, comic books, and toys that grew in popularity in the late 1990s and early 2000s.

    Users in Pokémon GO explore the real world around them in an attempt to catch 'em all. The game quickly grew to over 25 million active daily users, making it the biggest mobile game in US history. This provides an interesting opportunity for instructors to bring this viral sensation into the classroom.

    Pokénomics 101

  • The Animated TV series

    Pokémon GO! Has a built in audience (demand)

    Many people in their 20s and 30s grew

    up watching the original animated TV

    show so there was pent up demand for

    the app.

    This is why Pokémon Go was installed

    on twice as many phones as Tinder, it

    has double the engagement of Snapchat,

    and it is eclipsing Twitter in its percentage of daily active users.

  • The Pokéconomy: Entrepreneurship

    Pokénomics 101

    For $25 an hour, you can hire

    Someone to drive you around

    to catch Pokemon.

  • The Pokéconomy: Entrepreneurship

    Pokénomics 101

    Smoketown Helicopters began offering

    Pokémon GO flights.

  • The Pokéconomy: An Increase in Demand

    Pokénomics 101

    This small ice cream shop was saved by Pokémon GO.

  • The Pokéconomy: Profit Maximization

    Pokénomics 101

    Niantic confirms sponsored retail locations are coming to Pokémon GO.

  • The Pokéconomy: Flipping

    Pokénomics 101

    People are flipping Pokémon

    GO accounts.

  • The Pokéconomy: Public vs. Private Goods

    Pokénomics 101

    Regular incense (a private good) does not affect other

    players, but you can use a Lure Module (a public good)

    and attach it to a PokéStop, this benefits everyone near

    the stop.

  • The Pokéconomy: Negative Externalities

    Pokénomics 101

    What happens when your house is a Pokemon gym?

  • The Pokéconomy: Negative Externalities

    Pokénomics 101

    Teens used the Pokémon GO app to lure

    robbery victims.

  • The Pokéconomy: Positive Externalities

    Pokénomics 101

    Pokémon GO is a fitness craze.

  • The Pokéconomy: Positive Externalities

    Pokénomics 101

    Earn 1 credit of physical education:

    PE-6 #25718 Walking.

  • The Pokéconomy: Positive Externalities?

    Pokénomics 101

    Not all dogs think Pokemon

    is fun.

  • The Pokéconomy: Complements

    Pokénomics 101

  • The Pokéconomy: Labor Market

    Pokénomics 101

    Singaporean company is looking for trainers to play Pokémon GO and get paid.

  • The Pokéconomy: Labor Market (Opportunity Cost)

    Pokénomics 101

    If you think that is crazy, this man (Tom Currie) quit his job as a barista and bartender to catch ‘em all!

  • The Pokéconomy: Diminishing Marginal Utility

    Pokénomics 101

    Most players will never catch ‘em all or reach level 40 of the game. Once you get to level 25+ it starts to sink in just how daunting each level is when it comes to the XP required.

  • Pokémon GO! is doing

    just fine without you!

    The Pokéconomy: Elasticity of Demand and TR

    Fewer people are playing but those that still play are quite dedicated.

  • Pokénomics 101: How to get Pokémon to GO into the classroom

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