Podcasts and Videos
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- Chapter 1: Theories of Global political Economy
- Chapter 5: Growing a Global Economy: 1945-2010
- Chapter 6: International Trade
- Chapter 7: Transnational Production
- Chapter 8: Global Financial System
- Chapter 9: Global Division of Labour
- Chapter 10: Gender
- Chapter 12: Global Environmental Change
- Chapter 13: Ideas
- Chapter 14: Security
- Chapter 15: Governing the Global Economy
A humorous take on an economic debate between two greats of liberal thought locked in a rap off - it is John Maynard Keynes vs. Frederick Hayeck (7:33 minutes).
Guardian FairTrade podcast:
Trailer for Edward Burtynsky’s film Manufactured Landscapes
Business school view of global production management:
Podcast “Unfinished Business” CBC. Tells the story of Mayan women from Guatemala suing Canadian mining company for human rights abuses.
Video of a workshop sponsored by the Economic Policy Institute Conference in Washington DC on the manufacturing of Apple and Foxconn:
Comedian John Stewart offers a stinging critique of the poor analysis of TV financial pundits before and during the 2008 US credit crisis (8 mins):
In the US: http://www.thedailyshow.com/watch/wed-march-4-2009/cnbc-financial-advice
(Note: Outside US you may need to search this episode due to international rights issues).
Professor Ronen Palan from the Cass Business School discusses the news that Starbucks does not pay any income tax in the United Kingdom. He spoke on Bloomberg Television's "City Central" on November 13, 2012.
RSA Animate: Crisis of Capitalism (work of David Harvey)
‘Euro crisis: three years of pain’ The Guardian, 2 November 2012. Interactive graphic showing key events of Euro sovereign debt crisis.
Podcast ‘On the Euro Crisis: Continental Break’ (57 mins) up from This American Life (NPR), 20 January 2012
Humorous video on ‘individual’ outsourcing carried to the extreme
Highlights from a UN seminar given by author Guy Standing on ‘The Precariat: the Dangerous Class’
World Economic Forum on Global Gender Gap
Al Jazeera story on trafficking of women from Central Asia to the Middle East
The Story of Electronics: A look at issue of electronics waste
Lecture on the politics of Climate Change Denial
Professor Naoimi Oakes,UCSD, ‘The American Denial of Climate Change’
Professor Mark Blyth (Watson Institute, Brown University) on the idea and politics of austerity:
Trailer for Nicolas Cage movie about arms merchants:
Professor Mary Kaldor on insecurity:
David Held on Global Governance