FI$H – Episode 8

  1. What does Betty want fishing nets for?
  2. What does Charlie plan to do for a month?
  3. What idea does Betty come up with?
  4. Betty calls herself a matchmaker of what?
  5. According to Professor Davies in the Supplementary Video, what is the time problem Abel faces?
  6. In a sense, from whom does a borrower "ultimately" borrow?
  7. What *three* services does Betty supply?

FI$H – Episode 9

  1. What happened to Charlie's goji berries?
  2. What did Abel and others on the island do to help Charlie?
  3. What policy did people create on the island?
  4. How did Baker intend to use his loan?
  5. According to Professor Davies in the Supplementary Video, what do economists call it when someone takes on more risk because someone else is bearing the cost of that risk?
  6. What would be an example of this concept in gambling?
  7. Why is Abel's plan, once made policy on the island, unsustainable?

FI$H – Episode 10

  1. What did Bob deliver around the island by catapult?
  2. What happened to the number of people paying in versus the number of people getting benefits from the safety net policy?
  3. What happened to the island's economy after Abel and Charlie's boycott of having to pay for other people's loans?
  4. How does Abel help Baker pay his hut loan in the end?
  5. According to Professor Davies in the Supplementary Video, could everyone be made better off by printing Fishnotes and distributing them?
  6. What happens to the value of Fishnotes as their quantity increases?
  7. What is this change in value of Fishnotes due to more of them being created called?