Video from a 2012 TED talk, streamable online, downloadable or viewable as a transcript. Botsman talks about "reputation capital" which underlies the success of services like AirBnB.
Video and Audio Lectures in Applied Economics
Delivered at Princeton University in September 2006, this hour-long video lecture by "Freakonomics" author Steven Levitt recalls some of his experience as an economics student, researcher and lecturer. He discusses how the value of advertising is assessed, the economics of prostitution, real estate sales and how altruism can be understood as maximising behaviour.
An eighty-minute video including a 45-minute presentation plus introduction and questions. The session took place on 1 May 2014 at the London School of Economics and Political Science. Ha-Joon Chang talks about different schools of thought in economics, and the responsibility of citizens to become economically literate.
This 22 minute audio podcast from the University of Cambridge explores the credit crunch from an interdisciplinary perspective. With contributions from John Coates, a neuroscientist and former Wall Street Trader, Martin Daunton, an economic historian and Alan Macfarlane, a social anthropologist. It looks at how the crude use of historical analogies can cloud our understanding of the credit crunch, how hormones can affect the decision-makers who control the global financial system and how the breakdown in trust is threatening the world's financial stability. Users will need a Flash based audio player to listen to the podcast online or they can download it in a variety of formats.