Video Vox

Smriti Sharma 20 December 2018

Smriti Sharma of Newcastle University and former Research Fellow at UNU-Wider discusses the last decade of research at UNU-WIDER tells us about gender. 

Pedro Teles 17 December 2018

Pedro Teles of Universidade Católica Portuguesa and Bank of Portugal discusses ADEMU work on tax policies.

13 December 2018

David Arnold, Riccardo Crescenzi and Sergio Petralia of LSE's GILD team summarise cutting-edge research that examines the growing disparity between the places plugged into 21st century flows of investment, talent and knowledge and those that aren’t.

Hélène Rey 10 December 2018

Hélène Rey of London Business School argues that the free movement of money around the world brings benefits but also costs, in an interview recorded at the Royal Economic Society conference in 2014.

Miguel Niño-Zarazúa and Carlos Gradín of UNU-WIDER discuss what the last decade of research at the institute tell us about inequality.

Taehyun Kim 03 December 2018

Taehyun Kim of Notre Dame University discusses how financial frictions impacting a firm's ability to maintain its day-to-day operations can amplify shocks. The interview was recorded at CEPR's Third Annual Spring Symposium in April 2018.

Arpad Abraham and Joao Brogueira of the European University Institute discuss their work for ADEMU on an unemployment insurance scheme for the euro area.

Finn Tarp 22 November 2018

Finn Tarp, Director of UNU-WIDER, discusses what the last decade of research at the institute can tell us about economic transformation.

David Autor 15 November 2018

Do trade and technology harm jobs? David Autor of MIT argues that we shouldn't mix the two as their effects are very different. Autor was giving the Economic Journal keynote lecture at the RES conference 2014.

12 November 2018

Major cities are thriving as the world becomes increasingly interconnected, but many places are also missing out. In this video, David Arnold and Riccardo Crescenzi of LSE and Mara Giua of Roma Tre University give an overview of the LSE's Global Investment – Local Development project, which examines the mistakes that many regions are making and offers solutions on how to move forward.

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