"Dr. Singh, a fan of mystery novels, turned to fiction to explain his subject because students often find the systematic, analytical decision-making strategies taught in business school difficult to understand."
Poor grad students. They are having trouble understanding a topic. What have things come to? Why, in my day....
Never mind. What can we do to help? Forget text books. Perhaps the doctor could write a fictional series to replace the entire economics curriculum, starting with Microeconomics: Honey I Shrunk the Economy.
Perhaps business students could race shopping carts through WalMart to demonstrate their mastery of merchandising? Why couldn't students just replace professors, read what they want, and give themselves course credit?
Tuition costs should drop, right? That would be a relief.