Video Vox

Antoinette Schoar 13 January 2020

"It’s not too far of a stretch to think that there’s a correlation between style and performance.”

Marianne Bertrand 24 December 2019

Marianne Bertrand talks about the importance of making economics accessible to the general population

James Galbraith 20 December 2019

James K. Galbraith argues that payroll data represent a more widely available and consistent measure of inequality than survey-based or tax-based measures.

Sebnem Kalemli-Ozcan 12 December 2019

Sebnem Kalemli-Özcan discusses foreign direct investment and how local conditions can limit a country's capacity to take advantage of spillovers from the investment

Anat Admati 06 December 2019

Anat Admati discusses what’s needed to get financial regulation that works.

Sebnem Kalemli-Ozcan 02 December 2019

Sebnem Kalemli-Özcan explains how financial integration, an important part of ongoing globalisation processes, leads to efficient allocation of capital and promotes investment and growth.

Joseph Stiglitz 27 November 2019

Joe Stiglitz offers his thoughts on economic growth in Africa, inequality in China, and the other key economic questions of our time.

Sebnem Kalemli-Ozcan 22 November 2019

Sebnem Kalemli-Özcan discusses how, ten years after the euro crisis, the deleveraging process still affects corporate investment and, ultimately, productivity and growth.

Michèle Tertilt 19 November 2019

Michèle Tertilt discusses the relationship between sexual behavior and HIV, and her research suggesting that ART will be a key driver to further reduce HIV.

Mario Monti 13 November 2019

The Anglo-Saxons have been admired for their sense of rationality. However Mario Monti talks about recent political events that completely changed the situation. This video was recorded at the "10 years after the crisis" conference held in London, on 22 September 2017.


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