Nicholas Crafts 01 August 2016

Becoming a member of the EU had positive effects on UK’s economy. In this video, Nick Crafts suggests that leaving the EU will very probably have a negative effect on UK GDP, but history does not tell us how strong this effect will be. This video is part of the “Econ after Brexit” series organised by CEPR and was recorded on 14 July 2016.

Swati Dhingra 29 July 2016

What will the arrangement with the EU be? In this video, Swati Dhingra discusses introducing a temporary Norway-like deal. This video is part of the “Econ after Brexit” series organised by CEPR and was recorded on 14 July 2016.

Jon Danielsson 27 July 2016

Passporting, the right for the UK banking sector to carry out cross-border activity in the EU, is threatened by the UK's decision to leave the EU. In this video, Jon Danielsson discusses the options available to the UK regarding passporting. This video is part of the “Econ after Brexit” series organised by CEPR and was recorded on 14 July 2016.

Carl Emmerson 25 July 2016

In this video, Carl Emmerson argues that the amount of trade and the degree of access to the European Single Market will determine future taxation policies. This video is part of the “Econ after Brexit” series organised by CEPR and was recorded on 13 July 2016.

Adrienne Lucas 19 July 2016

Health and education are two key components of human capital. In this video, Adrienne Lucas discusses the impact of the treatment for HIV+ parents on their children’s school achievements. This video was recorded during a UNU-WIDER conference on “Human capital and growth” held in June 2016.

Pascaline Dupas 18 July 2016

What prevents families from investing in health products that can save lives? In this video, Pascaline Dupas shows that a full subsidy of health products increases the number of people benefitting from health products. This video was recorded during a UNU-WIDER conference on “Human capital and growth” held in June 2016.

Jeffrey Nugent 14 July 2016

Labour market regulations make it harder for firms to adjust to shocks, but protect workers. In this video, Jeffrey Nugent presents his research on the quantification of key aspects of labour market regulation. This video was recorded during a UNU-WIDER conference on “Human capital and growth” held in June 2016.

Rajesh Ramachandran 11 July 2016

In this video, Rajesh Ramachandran discusses the effects of teaching in a colonial language in sub-Saharan countries. The research shows that teaching in a colonial language actually worsens educational attainments. This video was recorded during a UNU-WIDER conference on “Human capital and growth” held in June 2016.  

Kehinde Ajayi 08 July 2016

In this video, Kehinde Ajayi discusses the ways in which schools affect students’ performance. Allowing students to make informed choices about which school to attend is key to improving educational attainment. This video was recorded during a UNU-WIDER conference on “Human capital and growth” held in June 2016.

Paul Collier 06 July 2016

Fragile states cause spillovers not only to their neighbours but also to the rest of the world. In this video, Paul Collier discusses power and authority in fragile states. Legitimacy is built gradually rather than being imposed. This video was recorded during the International Growth Centre’s annual conference held in June 2016 at the LSE.