Video and Audio Clips in International Economics
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.
In 2018, Guatemala and Honduras agreed a customs union. This five minute video uses 360-degree video technology and narration to show what changes this introduces for people working and trading across the border, with some trade times reduced from 10 hours to 15 minutes.
Four short video clips, totalling around 23 minutes, from the course "Trade, Immigration and Exchange Rates in a Globalized World" on the Coursera platform. Topics include "How do exchange rates affect the economy?", "How can governments intervene to influence the value of the currency?", "Contradictory government objectives", "Different exchange-rate regimes and the world´s key currencies by turnover"
A playlist of short (about eight minute) videos combining animation and voiceover to introduce economic and political topics. These include the effects of globalisation, the energy transition, and external costs. Created by a non-profit educational organisation.