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...
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...
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...
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...
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...
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...
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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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...
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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