Video and Audio Clips in Labour Economics, Employment and Unemployment
Interviews of about a quarter hour length on the subject of income inequality. Topics includes measuring income inequality, income inequality and social origins, automation and the future of jobs and inequality and informality in transition and emerging countries. Hosted by Dan Hamermesh (Barnard College, USA), interviewees include Ija Trapeznikova (Royal Holloway, University of London); Lorenzo Cappellari (Università Cattolica Milano, Italy); Stijn Broecke (OECD); and Roberto Dell'Anno (University of Salerno, Italy),
YouTube playlist begun in July 2020, featuring interviews with labour economists in different countries about the impact of the pandemic has in each country. Each video is 10 to 20 minutes long.
Short and succinct video lecture on Keynesian versus Monetarist interpretations of the labour market. This stems from their "differing views on the ability of labour markets to clear during recessions." The lecture is given by PAJ Holden who is an economist and part-time farmer.