In California and Australia investors can now bet on the cost of water.

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Why might a real-time weekly index of till-sales at Pret tell us about the changing nature of the labour market?

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Here is a selection of articles on the rapid rise in consumer price inflation in the UK and fears of a return to the stagflation of the 1970s and 1980s.

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Leila Farha has an ambitious goal - to change the nature of housing markets across the world.

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This World Bank clip looks at how gender inequality is perpetuated in South Asia and how this impinge upon the developmental prospects in the region.

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This World Bank clip looks at the impact of World Bank investment in coffee and cocoa production in Papua New Guinea.

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Many developed economies are facing the demographic challenge of shrinking populations, none more so than Japan.

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What are the implications of borrowing money from China?

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This World Bank clip looks at sustainability, and how climate change is impacting Indian agriculture.

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This is an important development clip - looking at the value added at different stages of cocoa production.

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The Bloomberg video looks at the implications of China's commitment to net zero by 2060, and how it will have to reshape its energy infrastructure to be able to achieve this ambitious goal.

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This is an important clip to help understanding China's engagement in Africa, and one that looks to dispel the myth of the Chinese 'debt trap'.

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This Business Insider clip looks at how one innovative Indian firm is recycling banana plant waste into sanitary towels.

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This clip is gold dust for students revising negative and positive externalities from production!

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There's been an important change in UK unemployment policy, with the introduction of a scheme known as Way to Work.

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You might consider this clip as an example of technological innovation, or, perhaps and example of economies of scale.

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This Guardian article highlights the asymmetric effects of climate change, looking at 10 under-reported climate crises and how the affect the developing world.

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Leading railway author, Christian Wolmar, writes in the Guardian making the case for the re-nationalisation of the railways.

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Many teachers covering the negative externalities from pollution might want to use these short video and audio clips as part of their course.

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Red Bull sells eight billion cans of their energy drinks each year but it doesn't manufacture any drinks at all!

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