Richard Layard 17 October 2016

What is one of the biggest causes of low well-being in the UK? Richard Layard explains why treating mental illnesses should be on the public agenda. This video was recorded at the Centre for Economic Performance in September 2014.
 

14 October 2016

What could the solutions for the global energy challenge be? In this video, Michael Greenstone discusses three aspects of this challenge. The video was recorded at the International Growth Centre.

Raffaella Sadun 12 October 2016

Can productivity gaps be explained by differences in management? In this video, Raffaella Sadun presents her research in management and the differences between being a micro-manager and a coordinator. This video was recorded during the European Economic Association's Congress held in Geneva at the end of August 2016.

10 October 2016

Why do women reduce the number of working hours after the birth of the second child? Marion Leturcq studies 3000 women to assess whether high-skilled and low-skilled women are affected differently by having another child. This video was recorded during the European Economic Association's Congress held in Geneva at the end of August 2016.

Bridget Hoffmann 07 October 2016

What is the impact of climate change on the US economy? In this video, Bridget Hoffman compares summer temperatures to make predictions about future GDP growth. This video was recorded during the European Economic Association's Congress held in Geneva at the end of August 2016.

05 October 2016

How did Intel maintain its competitive advantage over AMD? In this video, Michelle Sovinsky explains how vertical constraints helped increase Intel's market share. This video was recorded during the European Economic Association's Congress held in Geneva at the end of August 2016. 

03 October 2016

Why do firms give to charity around Christmas? In this video, Adriaan Soetevent explains how, given a high enough price, firms benefit from this arrangement. This video was recorded during the European Economic Association's Congress held in Geneva at the end of August 2016. 

Monika Schnitzer 30 September 2016

How do patents affect innovation? In this video, Monika Schnitzer uses the example of Bell labs to explain how compulsory licensing leads to more innovation. This video was recorded during the European Economic Association's Congress held in Geneva at the end of August 2016. 

Lucrezia Reichlin 28 September 2016

How can we build models that handle uncertainty? In this video Lucrezia Reichlin discusses her work on building models that handle multiple time series simultaneously. This video was recorded during the European Economic Association's Congress held in Geneva at the end of August 2016. 

Robert Gold 26 September 2016

Does rising globalisation lead to fringe politicians coming to power? Robert Gold discusses the effect of two historical events that changed globalisation on German national elections. This video was recorded during the European Economic Association's Congress held in Geneva at the end of August 2016. 

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