Video and Audio Clips in Economic History
A group of three 13-minute videos looking at economic issues in the UK in the 40 years since the Thatcher reforms, with contributions from former Bank of England Governor Lord King and economist Diane Coyle, as well as politicians, a trade unionist and ordinary workers
Eleven video interviews, of around twenty minutes' length, featuring experts discussing topical issues in economics. Includes, among others, Joseph Stiglitz on globalisation, Mariana Mazzucato on "The Government as Entrepreneur", Sheila Dow on Adam Smith, and Winnie Byanyima of Oxfam International on tax evasion in Africa. Videos originally published from 2016 to 2018.
This is part of the University of Chicago series Mind Online. Gary Becker, professor of economics at the University of Chicago and a 1992 Nobel laureate, says that the September 11th attacks may have had a profound effect on the American psyche, but their effect on gross domestic product and other economic indicators was negligible. It is available as a series of short QuickTime videos.