Video Vox

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.

Morten Ravn 08 November 2018

Morten Ravn of University College London discusses ADEMU work on how differences across households and players in the economy matter for macroeconomic policy.

05 November 2018

Over the last decade, UNU-WIDER have produced over 2,000 studies on economic and social development. This video outlines some important lessons from their work, from aid and data to inequality and energy.

Bezirgen Veliyev 01 November 2018

Bezirgen Veliyev of Aarhus University talks to Ben Chu of The Independent about new ways to measure volatilty of asset prices. The interview was recorded at the Royal Economic Society 2018 Annual Conference.

Jagjit Chadha 29 October 2018

Jagjit Chadha, Director of the National Institute of Economic and Social Research, describes the main themes explored in the August 2018 issue of the NIESR Economic Review, dedicated to 'Housing and the Economy'.

Ramon Marimon 25 October 2018

Ramon Marimon of the European University Institute discusses the work under ADEMU on risk-sharing and designing contracts and institutions.

22 October 2018

Blockchain technology has a real potential to be a catalyst in the world of finance, offering new ways to intermediate capital risk and incite change in the financial sector. That's what the audience heard at a CEPR conference held at ING's London headquarters. But how much of this new technology is really understood? And is there a danger that hype is overshadowing reality?

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