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Here is a conversation between Harvard political philosopher Michael Sandel and Harvard economist Greg Mankiw who discuss the role of government, morality, and markets in public health including a debate...

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The Limits of Rational Economic Man

Excellent Newsnight piece on how climate change might be the biggest inter-generational battle of the 21st century. It highlights the issue in the light of protests from many thousands of...

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Climate change: the inter-generational challenge

The veteran economics journalist William Keegan reflects here on the key events of the eight financial crises involving the UK that he has covered, This is an engaging journey down...

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Lessons from nine financial crises since the 1960s

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5th February 2019

The Concept of the Corporation

Something here from John Kay's blog that looks at the nature of the corporation and challenges the view that "shareholders own the company".

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The Concept of the Corporation

Here are some details about a fantastic new addition to the CORE Economics website.

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CORE Economics - resource update
13th January 2019

Inside China's Future Factory

Bloomberg Business visits Shenzhen the heart of China's tech revolution - a superb nine-minute video guaranteed to stimulate classroom discussion from a growth and development perspective. We meet Jamie Salter...

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Inside China's Future Factory

The Bank of England has a new blog resource here on the history and the future of money - excellent enrichment reading for students and teachers looking the functions of...

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Cows, parmesan and the future of money

Tim Harford's epic series on 50 Things That Made the Modern Economy is now availably indefinitely through BBC Sounds. Naturally it makes great sense to follow Tim on Twitter

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50 Things That Made the Modern Economy

In this contribution to a Project Syndicate 2019 special edition on the Great Disruption, ING Chief Economist Mark Cliffe argues that "multinationals should start behaving more like multi-locals" - there are...

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Doing Business in the Great Disruption

Guy Standing is credited with coining "the precariat" to describe people in work that offers uncertain pay, hours and overall job insecurity. In this short interview at the Warwick Economic...

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Professor Guy Standing on the Precariat and Universal Basic Income

If you're looking for a competition to get your students thinking about applying their economic knowledge to the real world then you should give the Economic Research Council's 'Clash of...

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ERC's 'Clash of the Titans' - a superb competition for Economics Students

UCAS applications and interviews are coming up. But, what should students be reading if they want to study Management at University when there isn't a Management A-Level? And what are...

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Recommended Enrichment Reading for Students Applying to Read Economics or Management at University
21st September 2018

The New Age of Capitalism

What a fantastic enrichment resource for students - David Grossman's The New Age of Capitalism is a series of ten fifteen minute podcasts.

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The New Age of Capitalism
12th September 2018

The Economics of Superstars

Rugby Union’s Premiership season is under way again. Yet another professional sport which operates on the principles of socialism: the money all ends up in the pockets of what...

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The Economics of Superstars

Here are details of a fantastic new challenge from the CORE Economics team in partnership with the Financial Times. The deadline for entries is the 1st of October.

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CORE Schools Economics Challenge 2018

Game theorists will surely love this programme on BBC Four in which Dr Hannah Fry hails the 20th-century scientists like John von Neumann and John Nash who worked out the...

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The Joy of Winning - Game Theory in Action

If you are intellectually curious, keen to make new friends, have a thirst for knowledge and wish to test-drive university learning in the heart of London’s cutting edge Knowledge...

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Pre-University Tasters at Warwick in London (Economics)

A number of new books make it into my personal selection of enrichment and extension reading for A Level Economists.

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Recommended Reading for A Level Economists

The BBC's History Extra Channel has published a listing of one hundred women cited for their notable contributions to the worlds of science, politics and much else besides. Linda Yueh...

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Women who changed the world in business and economics

Here is the first of a series of four new economics podcasts from the BBC. Economics with Subtitles is your everyday guide to economics and why you should care. Click...

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Economics with Subtitles - How Buying Cocaine Helps the Government

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