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This excellent Newsnight video from Ben Chu looks at why British inflation exceeds those of any other G7 country, with core inflation still 6.8% and still rising. So what factors contribute to this...

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Larry Elliott writing in the Guardian seeks to draw out both the similarities and the differences between the price controls of the Heath government in the 1970s, and the attempt by the Sunak...

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Mariana Mazzucato, author of the Entrepreneurial State, writes in the Guardian about how Britain is failing to match the USA and the EU in its response to the Inflation Reduction Act.

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This World Bank clip looks at the prospects for sustainable development for Brazil's Amazonian states, starting from the premise that the forest effectively contributes $317bn to the Brazilian...

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In this fifteen minute video we look at aspects of the fast-growing market for streamed video on demand, dominated by scaled businesses such as Netflix, Disney, Amazon, Hulu, Sky and others. The...

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This new video provides some context on the economic, social and political crisis facing Rwanda - hopefully useful application for Economics students revising growth and development.

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This Wendover Productions clip looks at how the US-China trade war started to change US trade patterns, and how the coronavirus and its effect upon global supply chains, and lately the Ukraine war...

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Here is a new video providing some context on the economic, social and political crisis facing Sri Lanka - hopefully useful application for students revising growth and development.

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This clip looks at the attempts of heavy industry to decarbonise, not least the chemical sector. It highlights some familiar themes, not least the need for better information in the market, the...

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This Insider Business clip looks at the trade-off between economic growth and Mexico's infrastructure and culture.

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To what extent is Peru's shift to blueberry production a good thing from a development perspective. Peru is now the world's largest blueberry exporter as they start to take advantage of an emerging...

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The UK government has increased corporation tax from 19% to 25% from April 2023. This is the first increase in corporation tax in over a decade. The government has said that the increase is...

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In the latest of our industry profiles, we look at the rapid growth of the private purpose built student accommodation market. With operating costs rising, what will happen to businesses building...

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In this new country profile, we look at some of the major economic issues affecting growth and development in Zambia.

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Larry Elliott writes that the West is starting to wake up to the prospects of a debt crisis in developing economies, having recently shown their ability to react to the collapse of Silicon Valley...

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The median pay gap in most UK firms has stayed stubbornly consistent at around 9%, and hasn't fallen since 2017/18 when the data was first published, suggesting that the gender pay gap has scarcely...

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Air conditioning is increasingly highly demanded but also makes a significant contribution to global warming; so how can we balanced the two. Well, we might not be able to have conventional...

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Mohamed El-Erian writes a Project Syndicate column looking at the changing nature of trade in the post-Covid world. He argues that we're moving away from hyperglobalisation, not so much towards...

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Here is another good video assessment of some of the barriers to economic growth in the UK. Sky's Paul Kelso travels to Cambridge and Rochdale and speaks to businesses, workers and politicians...

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Here is another stark reflection on the impact of high cost childcare on both female participation in the labour force and household finances. The fact that childcare costs have risen by 44% since...

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