Price is Right
I've been thinking about the Price Is Right. The show has been on in it's current form since 1972. This show is, I believe, a goldmine of economic data.
I would like to analyse the data from the show to see as the money supply has expanded, whether or not contestants bids have become more inacurate. If what I've read about economics is true, the more inflation of the money supply exists, the more difficult it is to determine the value of things in the market place.
I wonder if the data from the show is examined, whether or not you could see a trend of the bidding becoming more innaccurate over time.