Video Vox

Stefan Szymanski 08 October 2018

Stefan Szymanski of the University of Michigan discusses how Financial Fair Play regulation brings little or no benefit for football fans or the players - the big winners are the owners of football clubs. The interview was recorded at the RES conference in 2014.

Tim Besley 03 October 2018

Tim Besley of the LSE-Oxford Commission on State Fragility, Growth and Development talks about the Commission's recent report on escaping the fragility trap.

Tiago Mata 27 September 2018

Tiago Mata, Lecturer in Science and Technology Studies at UCL, looks at the disparity of economic journalism in different countries.

Adrian Buss 24 September 2018

Adrian Buss, Assistant Professor of Finance at INSEAD, discusses how and when new investors should allocate money to new asset classes when they become available. The video was recorded at CEPR's Third Annual Spring Symposiumin April 2018.

Martin Melecky 18 September 2018

Martin Melecky, Lead Economist at the Chief Economist Office for South Asia of the World Bank, presents a new World Bank report which discusses how transport corridors offer enormous potential to boost South Asia’s economic growth, reduce poverty, and spur job creation, provided the new trade routes spread their benefits broadly and limit negative environmental impacts.

Marina Della Giusta 13 September 2018

Dr Marina Della Giusta, Associate Professor in Economics at the University of Reading, discusses how economists can use social media to get the public more involved in economics.

Pietro Veronesi 10 September 2018

Why does the stock market tend to do better under Democrat Presidents than Republican ones? In this video, Pietro Veronesi of the University of Chicago's Booth School of Business explains how the evidence seems to show that when risk aversion is very high, during ‘bad times’, voters are more to elect Democrat candidates, thus improvements in stock market performance are more visible under Democratic presidencies.

Meredith Crowley 03 September 2018

Meredith Crowley, International Trade Economist at the University of Cambridge, looks at the US response to Brexit.

Pedro Gete Sánchez 30 August 2018

Professor Pedro Gete of IE Business School discusses how a combination of recourse mortgages and nominal rigidities can lead to slow recovery from a crisis. This video was recorded at CEPR's Third Annual Spring Symposium.

Michael Burda 23 August 2018

Professor Michael C. Burda of the Humboldt University of Berlin discusses the German opinion on Britain's decision to leave the EU. 

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