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Joseph #Stiglitz spells out risks of US #inequality on @BBCNewshour
Irish Times Election 2011: Mary Minihan Election Business Breakfast TCD
Irish Times reporter Mary Minihan attended the TCD Alumni Business Breakfast this morning and hear the main party business and finance spokespeople lay out their stands. Mary reviews what they said and takes a look at how the election is panning out for the political parties.
Chip and PIN
Many thanks, your recording's now on the UK Soundmap.
This recording was made by Felicity Ford, as part of the sound-diaries UK SoundMap project. For more information, see http://www.sound-diaries.com
Brazil can create clusters of innovation : Professor Chrisanthi Avgerou, Dept of Management, London School of Economics (LSE)
Stephanomics - US v China: who will own the future?
Arvind Subramanian, author of 'Eclipse: Living in the Shadow of China's Economic Dominance', talks to BBC Economics editor Stephanie Flan...
Brazil is pioneering open source software : Professor Chrisanthi Avgerou, Dept of Management, London School of Economics (LSE)
Greek MP: 'We're in a mess'
BBC Radio 4 Today
Patience in the financial markets expired yesterday as news of a Greek referendum on the eurozone bailout package led to big falls in sto...
Prof. Stéphane Garelli - IMB Business School and University of Lausanne speaking at Orange Business Live 2012 in Rome
How is tax going to change?
Teaching Economics to Journalists
Wow! Thanks Phil!
I enjoyed this boo. Thoughtful and concise. Stephen comes over well. I'd heard of him before but never actually heard him before. I was doing some preparation for a presentation I'm giving tomorrow on the use of audio and video services (including AudioBoo) in delivering Higher Education. This is part of an eLearning Symposium organised by the Economics Subject Centre of the Higher Education Academy. I'm not an economist but a social scientist who teaches undergraduate economists (on a kind of socio-economic impact of technology module). Anyway I enjoyed his boo (not sure I like "boos" any more than "tweets" but there you go) and so I'll now embed it into a module blog and use i as n example of how economists (and other academics) can use a service like AudioBoo. So thanks Stephen if you ever read this comment. Regards from, Phil
Paul Collier on Nigerian Fuel Subsidy