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1 Creative Commons How do I start a Business? – Chapter 5 Constantin Coussios, Professor in the Institute for Biomedical Engineering at the University of Oxford, introduces the initial steps needed to launch a venture and issues to consider. Constantin Coussios 27 Oct 2014
2 Creative Commons How do I start a Business? – Chapter 4 Constantin Coussios, Professor in the Institute for Biomedical Engineering at the University of Oxford, introduces the initial steps needed to launch a venture and issues to consider. In this chapter Prof. Coussios introduces basic terms and concepts. Constantin Coussios 27 Oct 2014
3 Creative Commons How do I start a Business? – Chapter 3 Constantin Coussios, Professor in the Institute for Biomedical Engineering at the University of Oxford, introduces the initial steps needed to launch a venture and issues to consider. Constantin Coussios 27 Oct 2014
4 Creative Commons How do I start a Business? – Chapter 2 Constantin Coussios, Professor in the Institute for Biomedical Engineering at the University of Oxford, introduces the initial steps needed to launch a venture and issues to consider. Constantin Coussios 27 Oct 2014
5 Creative Commons How do I start a Business? – Chapter 1 Constantin Coussios, Professor in the Institute for Biomedical Engineering at the University of Oxford, introduces the initial steps needed to launch a venture and issues to consider. Constantin Coussios 27 Oct 2014
6 Creative Commons How do I start a Business? - Introduction Constantin Coussios, Professor in the Institute for Biomedical Engineering at the University of Oxford, introduces the initial steps needed to launch a venture and issues to consider. Constantin Coussios 27 Oct 2014
7 The Butterfly Defect: How globalisation creates systemic risks Globalisation has brought us vast benefits including growth in incomes, education, innovation and connectivity. Ian Goldin argues that it also has the potential to destabilise our societies. Ian Goldin 03 Oct 2014
8 Economic Uncertainty and Fertility: Insights from Japan’s Long Recession Joint seminar with the Department of Sociology and the Nissan Institute of Japanese Studies James Raymo 19 May 2014
9 Do We Face Secular Stagnation? Panel Discussion Professor Paul Krugman, Sanjaya Lall Visiting Professor, leads a panel discussion on whether the world's economy is facing 'secular stagnation' 5 years after the credit crunch. Paul Krugman, Lord Adair Turner, Lord Robert Skidelsky, David Watson 14 May 2014
10 Creative Commons (In)formal Economies, Economies of Favour: The End of Transition? Dr John Round, Senior Lecturer in Human Geography, University of Birmingham and Higher School of Economics, Moscow and Dr Nicolette Makovicky, Departmental Lecturer in Russian and East European Studies give a talk for the FLJS Series John Round, Nicolette Makovicky 25 Mar 2014
11 The Impact of the Social Sciences Patrick Dunleavy, Professor of Political Science and Public Policy at the London School of Economics and Political Science, explains how the impacts of university social science have been under-researched, and their effectiveness often decried. Patrick Dunleavy 28 Feb 2014
12 "Emerging Markets" on the Internet Vili Lehdonvirta discusses emerging markets on the Internet. Vili Lehdonvirta 12 Feb 2014
13 The New Global Rulers: The Privatization of Regulation in the World Economy Book colloquium examining the acclaimed title The New Global Rulers by Professors Tim Büthe and Walter Mattli. Denis Galligan, Bettina Lange, Amir Paz-Fuchs, Frank Vibert 27 Jan 2014
14 Growth, Transition and Life Satisfaction: China, Eastern Europe and the World - OXCEP Distinguished Speaker Lecture 2013 Professor Richard A. Easterlin gives a the 2013 OXCEP distinguished speaker lecture. Richard A Easterlin 21 Nov 2013
15 Civil Society 2.0? How the Internet Changes Politics and the Public Sphere in Cuba Bert Hoffmann (German Institute of Global and Area Studies) gives a talk for the Latin America Seminar Series. Bert Hoffmann 19 Nov 2013
16 Conditional Cash Transfers in Bolivia: Origins, Impact, and Universality James McGuire (Wesleyan University) gives a talk for the Latin American Centre seminar series. James McGuire 19 Nov 2013
17 Poverty, Growth, Structural Change, and Social Inclusion Programs: A Regional Analysis for Peru, 2002-2010 Mario Tello (Pontifícia Universidad Católica del Perú and CAF Visiting Fellow in Latin American Economics gives a talk for ther Latin American Centre seminar series. Mario Tello 19 Nov 2013
18 Guido Di Tella Memorial Lecture Malcolm Deas gives the Guido Di Tella Memorial Lecture on 25th October 2013. Malcolm Deas 19 Nov 2013
19 Restoring Confidence in the Euro Area. Klaus Regling, European Stability Mechanism, gives a talk for the European Studies Centre seminar series on banking and the economic recession. Chaired by Max Watson, St Antony's College. Klaus Regling, Max Watson 31 Oct 2013
20 Creative Commons Banking Reform Five Years On. John Vickers, Warden of All Souls College, Oxford, gives a talk for the European Studies Centre seminar series on banking and the economic recession. Chaired by Max Watson, St Antony's College. John Vickers 29 Oct 2013
21 The Political Economy of Remittances in Latin America Roundtable discussion with Faisal Ahmed (Nuffield); David Doyle (St Hugh's); Isabel Ruiz (Harris Manchester); Diego Sánchez-Ancochea (St Antony's). Convened by Timothy Power. Faisal Ahmed, David Doyle, Isabel Ruiz, Diego Sánchez-Ancochea 23 Oct 2013
22 What to expect from the World Economy Lionel Barber, Editor of the Financial Times, gives a talk for a St Edmund Hall Networking Breakfast. Introduced by David Waring, Senior Managing Director, Evercore. Lionel Barber, David Waring 07 Aug 2013
23 Creative Commons Migration research at Oxford: Dr Evelyn Ersanilli In this podcast Farhan Samanani interviews MSc Migration Studies lecturer Dr Evelyn Ersanilli to find out more about her research, and the advantages of studying migration and working at the University of Oxford. Evelyn Ersanilli, Farhan Samanani 25 Jul 2013
24 Creative Commons Migration research at Oxford: Dr Evelyn Ersanilli In this podcast Farhan Samanani interviews MSc Migration Studies lecturer Dr Evelyn Ersanilli to find out more about her research, and the advantages of studying migration and working at the University of Oxford. Evelyn Ersanilli, Farhan Samanani 25 Jul 2013
25 Studying migration at Oxford: Dr Xiang Biao MSc Migration Studies course convener, Dr Xiang Biao provides some insight into the course in this interview with doctoral student Carolin Fischer. Xiang Biao 04 Jul 2013
26 Annual Lecture in Law and Society: Law and Social Illusion Professor Liam B Murphy, Herbert Peterfreund Professor of Law and Philosophy at New York University School of Law gives the 2013 Annual Lecture in Law and Society. Liam B Murphy 27 Jun 2013
27 Discovery of Women Professor Amartya Sen delivers a Distinguished Public Lecture on 'Discovery of Women', at Oxford. Amartya Sen 07 Jun 2013
28 Creative Commons 2nd St Cross Seminar TT13: Ethics In Finance: A New Financial Theory For A Post-Financialized World The lecture describes why financial theory and teaching has ignored ethics, viewing moral values as irrelevant. We trace the reason for the neglect of ethics back to assumptions made by Modern Finance Theory, the en courant theory in finance. Dr Kara Tan Bhala 06 Jun 2013
29 Creative Commons Panel discussion: Why do people migrate? This podcast presents a panel discussion on 'why people migrate', convened as part of the introductory lecture of this MSc course. Carlos Vargas-Silva, Bridget Anderson, Franck Düvell, Mette Berg 05 Jun 2013
30 Creative Commons OxPeace 2013: The Economic Dynamics of Conflict in Somalia 1993-2009 Session 1A: Counter Terrorism and Peacebuilding Anja Shortland, University of Rome, gives a talk for the OxPeace 2013 conference: The Future of Peace Building. Anja Shortland 21 May 2013
31 Economic Rights and Regulatory Regimes: Is there still a 'right' to water? Roundtable Discussion A panel discussion featuring experts at the Environment Agency and National Farmers Union to examine how environmental policymakers are responding to challenges in water resource management caused by severe weather events associated with climate change. Ronan Palmer, Paul Hammett, Bill Howard, Bettina Lange 25 Mar 2013
32 Economic Rights and Regulatory Regimes: Is there still a 'right' to water? Panel III A roundtable discussion featuring legal experts to examine how environmental policymakers are responding to challenges in water resource management caused by severe weather events associated with climate change. Donald McGillvray, Bill Howard, Sarah Hendry 25 Mar 2013
33 Economic Rights and Regulatory Regimes: Is there still a 'right' to water? Panel II A panel discussion featuring strategy and policy experts to examine how environmental policymakers are responding to challenges in water resource management caused by severe weather events associated with climate change. Alice Piure, Jon Stern 25 Mar 2013
34 Creative Commons Economic Rights and Regulatory Regimes: Is there still a 'right' to water? Panel I Dr Karen Morrow, Swansea Law Department; Dr Bettina Lange, University of Oxford; Dr Mark Shepheard, McGill University give talks for the 1st Panel of the Economic Rights and Regulatory Regimes: Is there still a 'right' to water? conference. Karen Morrow, Mark Shepheard, Bettina Lange 25 Mar 2013
35 New Questions in Regulation: Regulatory Capture Revisited Max Watson, a former Director of the Central Bank of Ireland and senior official of the IMF, argues that the capture of regulators by the financial sector led to 'serious trespasses against the public interest in the last two decades.'. Max Watson, Chris Decker, Robert Baldwin, Karen Yeung 06 Mar 2013
36 New Questions in Regulation - Panel Discussion Max Watson, a former Director of the Central Bank of Ireland and senior official of the International Monetary Fund, heads an expert panel to assess the fallout of the financial crisis and propose new regulatory approaches to tackle the underlying causes. Max Watson, Chris Decker, Robert Baldwin, Karen Yeung 06 Mar 2013
37 Creative Commons 5.4 Cultural Economics and the Heritage Industry Dr Pegram Harrison (Fellow in Entrepreneurship, Saïd Business School) delivers part 4/5 of the lecture "How can leadership development and the world of commerce contribute?". Pegram Harrison 28 Feb 2013
38 Creative Commons Experiments in sociological food governance Dr Michael Guggenheim (Goldsmiths, University of London) gives a talk for the Oxford Food Governance Group on 28th November 2012. Michael Guggenheim 13 Feb 2013
39 Creative Commons Date labelling and the governance of food quality and safety Dr Richard Milne (University of Sheffield) gives a talk for the Oxford Food Governance Group on 21st November 2012. Richard Milne 13 Feb 2013
40 Creative Commons Fat places? Re-thinking the obesogenic environment thesis and the implications for food governance Professor Julie Guthman (University of California, Santa Cruz) gives a talk for the Oxford Food Governance Group on 14th November 2012. Julie Guthman 13 Feb 2013
41 Creative Commons Sustainability and governance of the food supply Dr David Barling (City University London) gives a talk for the Oxford Food Governance Group on 7th November 2012. David Barling 13 Feb 2013
42 Creative Commons Governing food anxieties: The role of emotion in mothers' food practices Professor Alan Petersen (Monash University) gives a talk on for the Oxford Food Governance Group on 25th October 2012. Alan Petersen 13 Feb 2013
43 Creative Commons 'Now we are all workers.' The remaking of marginality on the streets of Addis Ababa's inner city Marco Di Nunzio (Université Libre de Bruxelles) gives a talk for the African Studies Centre seminar series on 7th February 2013. Marco Di Nunzio 13 Feb 2013
44 Economics: which way now? Dr Martin Ruhs introduces the Department's expanding portfolio of economics courses, in the context of the on-going debate about where economics is headed, starting with the world economic downturn. Martin Ruhs 19 Dec 2012
45 Economics: which way now? Dr Martin Ruhs introduces the Department's expanding portfolio of economics courses, in the context of the on-going debate about where economics is headed, starting with the world economic downturn. Martin Ruhs 19 Dec 2012
46 Creative Commons From global credit-crunch to Eurocrisis and double-dip recession: whatever next? The 25 years up to the 2007-8 global credit crunch were ones of privatisation, deregulation, financialisation and, in the UK, demutualisation. Professor Jonathan Michie will discuss the causes and consequences of the global credit crunch. Jonathan Michie 19 Dec 2012
47 Creative Commons From global credit-crunch to Eurocrisis and double-dip recession: whatever next? The 25 years up to the 2007-8 global credit crunch were ones of privatisation, deregulation, financialisation and, in the UK, demutualisation. Professor Jonathan Michie will discuss the causes and consequences of the global credit crunch. Jonathan Michie 19 Dec 2012
48 Creative Commons A Great Deal of Ruin in a Nation In this lecture, Professor Barry Supple (FBA) and Professor Avner Offer (FBA) will analyse the post-war economic development of the United States. Barry Supple, Avner Offer 14 Nov 2012
49 Creative Commons Lessons on Capital Flows and Financial Stability Professor Hyun Song Shin, Hughes-Rogers Professor of Economics at Princeton University, gives a talk for the Humanitas Professorship on Economic Thought. Hyun Song Shin 12 Nov 2012
50 Lessons for banking reform Professor Sir John Vickers, Warden All Souls College, gives a workshop on Economic thought looking at banking reform. Sir John Vickers 10 Nov 2012
51 Creative Commons Lessons of The Crisis 2007-2012 Stanley Fischer, Govenor of the Bank of Israel and Humanitas Visiting Professor of Economic Thought, gives a talk for the Humanitas program. Stanley Fischer 10 Nov 2012
52 Creative Commons Rich and Poor in Britain in the Age of Dickens and Today A lecture exploring the differences and similarities between the rich and poor of Dickens' era and that of today. Alison Jackson, Jane Humphries, Helen Small and Paul Donovan bring forward their views in a panel discussion. Alison Jackson, Jane Humphries, Helen Small, Paul Donovan 15 Oct 2012
53 Creative Commons Rich and Poor in Britain in the Age of Dickens and Today A lecture exploring the differences and similarities between the rich and poor of Dickens' era and that of today. Alison Jackson, Jane Humphries, Helen Small and Paul Donovan bring forward their views in a panel discussion. Alison Jackson, Jane Humphries, Helen Small, Paul Donovan 15 Oct 2012
54 After the Crash: Restoring Economic Growth Founding St Catherine's College in the 1960s required extensive appeals to industry to secure adequate funding to build and endow the new College. Tracy Corrigan, Clive Maxwell, Martin Heipertz, Paul Betts 05 Oct 2012
55 Creative Commons Creating a 'John Lewis' economy? - encouraging Corporate Diversity for Sustainable Growth The Coalition Government is committed to greater corporate diversity in the financial services sector, and are promoting 'John Lewis' style mutuals to deliver public services. Jonathan Michie 02 Oct 2012
56 Creative Commons Creating a 'John Lewis' economy? - encouraging Corporate Diversity for Sustainable Growth The Coalition Government is committed to greater corporate diversity in the financial services sector, and are promoting 'John Lewis' style mutuals to deliver public services. Jonathan Michie 02 Oct 2012
57 Empire and Globalisation: A Cultural Economy of the British World, 1850 to 1914 - Oxford Transnational and Global History Seminar Andrew Thompson, Prfoessor of Modern History, University of Exeter, gives a talk for the Oxford Transnational and Global History Seminar series. Andrew Thompson 09 Jul 2012
58 Creative Commons Will Africa Harness its New Opportunities? Professor Paul Collier, Professor of Economics and Director of the Centre for the Study of African Economies, University of Oxford discusses the opportunities and challenges facing Africa. Paul Collier 28 Jun 2012
59 Creative Commons Masterclass - Climate Change: Justice and Benefit Final of four masterclass sessions on Economic Thought. With Professor John Broome (White's Professor of Moral Philosophy at Oxford University). John Broome 18 Jun 2012
60 Masterclass with Professor Sir Robert Watson Third of four masterclass sessions on Economic Thought. With Professor Sir Robert Watson (inaugural Humanitas Visiting Professor in Economic Thought). Robert Watson 18 Jun 2012
61 Creative Commons Sir Partha Dasgupta: Masterclass - The Idea of Personhood in Intergenerational Well-Being Second of four masterclass sessions on Economic Thought. With Professor Sir Partha Dasgupta (inaugural Humanitas Visiting Professor in Economic Thought). Partha Dasgupta 18 Jun 2012
62 Creative Commons Sir Partha Dasgupta: Masterclass - Discounting Climate Change First of four masterclass sessions on Economic Thought. With Professor Sir Partha Dasgupta (inaugural Humanitas Visiting Professor in Economic Thought). Partha Dasgupta 18 Jun 2012
63 Creative Commons Sir Partha Dasgupta: The Ethics of Intergenerational Distribution Inaugural lecture by Professor Sir Partha Dasgupta, Humanitas Visiting Professor in Economic Thought. Partha Dasgupta 18 Jun 2012
64 Creative Commons Austerity and Adversity Sermon preached in Oriel College Chapel on Sunday 6th May by The Revd Dr Justine Allain Chapman. Justine Allain Chapman 19 May 2012
65 Creative Commons Was the financial crisis a moral crisis? Sermon delivered by Mr Donald Hay (Fellow Emeritus in Economics, Jesus College Oxford) in Oriel College Chapel on 29th April 2012. Donald Hay 09 May 2012
66 Europe on the Brink? Constitutional Issues An assessment of the future constitutional implications of the the eurozone crisis for the European Union. Paul Craig 25 Apr 2012
67 Creative Commons Europe on the Brink? Economic Issues An economic assessment of the eurozone crisis by former Senior Economic Advisor to the European Commission and Deputy Director of the International Monetary Fund Max Watson. Max Watson 25 Apr 2012
68 Europe on the Brink? Political Issues Graham Avery, Honorary Director-General of the European Commission, assessees the political implications of the eurozone crisis and suggests Britain may find itself relegated to a secondary role in a two-tier Europe. Graham Avery 25 Apr 2012
69 Europe on the Brink? Introduction and Historical Issues Introduction to the Europe on the Brink: Economic, Political, and Constitutional Issues Panel Discussion to inaugurate the Law, Justice and Society Research Cluster at Wolfson College, Oxford. Anne Deighton, Christina Redfield, Denis Galligan, John W Adams 25 Apr 2012
70 Sermon: On why the words matter Sermon preached by the Chaplain on 22nd April 2012 reflecting on the language of the economic downturn and what the bible teaches about social injustice. Robert Tobin 23 Apr 2012
71 Creative Commons Transformations of the State: Interdisciplinary Perspectives Professor Saskia Sassen delivers the keynote speech of the 'Transformations of the State: Interdisciplinary Perspectives' conference held by the Anglo-German State of the State Fellowship Programme on 21st May 2011. Saskia Sassen 05 Jan 2012
72 Creative Commons Per Capita Growth in the Roman Economy Professor Andrew Wilson, University of Oxford, showcases his research in the Ancient Roman Economy as part of the Oxford Humanities Research showcase. Andrew Wilson 24 Aug 2011
73 Creative Commons Fiscal Policy, Fairness between Generations and National Saving Dr Martin Weale, of the Bank of England Monetary Policy, gives a talk for the Oxford Martin School 2011 Hilary Term Seminar Series; Intergenerational Justice: What do we owe future generations? Martin Weale 24 Aug 2011
74 Creative Commons Copyrights and Copywrongs: Protection of News Copyright in the Digital World Robert Picard, Professor of Media Economics, Jonkoping University and Director of Research, RISJ, Oxford, gives a talk for the Reuters Institute seminar series. Robert Picard 13 Jun 2011
75 Tulum 2030: Adaptation to Climate Change Arnoldo Matus Kramer gives a presentation on the rationale behind the use of socioeconomic scenarios using the year 2030 to identify climate change adaptation options, barriers and priorities for the tourism community of Tulum in the Mexican Caribbean. Arnoldo Matus Kramer 02 Jun 2011
76 Fiscal Policy in an Emerging Market Economy Former Chilean Minister of Finance and Fellow of the Center for International Development at Harvard, Andres Velasco, delivered a lecture on the subject 'Fiscal policy in natural resource intensive countries: some theory and the experience of Chile.'. Andrés Velasco 10 May 2011
77 Dept Seminar: Money-go-round: personal economies of wealth In this Anthropology Dept Seminar (11 February 2011), Professor Deborah James (London School of Economics) discusses the personal economies of wealth, aspiration and indebtedness in South Africa. Deborah James 18 Mar 2011
78 World trade as the guarantee for perpetual peace? On the value and consistency of Kant's theory of 'fair trade'. Liesbet Vanhaute (University of Antwerp) gives a talk for the Kant ad Colonialism Conferece held at Nuffield college, Oxford. Introduced by Dr. Isaac Nakhimovsky. Liesbet Vanhaute 04 Mar 2011
79 Kant on race and economic globalization: On just trade and free trade Dr Pauline Kleingeld (University of Leiden) gives a paper for the 2010 Kant and Colonialism Conference held at Nuffield College, Oxford. Introduced by Dr Tomothy Walingore. Pauline Kleingeld 04 Mar 2011
80 The Future of Africa: Challenges and Opportunities Former UN Secretary General, Kofi Annan, gives the first in the 700th Exeter College Anniversary lecture series at the Sheldonian Theatre, Oxford on Africa; the challenges it faces and the opportunities it has. Kofi Annan 21 Feb 2011
81 Creative Commons A new capitalism for a big society Bishop and Green led a discussion based on their recent book, "The Road From Ruin: A New Capitalism for a Big Society". Matthew Bishop, Michael Green 03 Feb 2011
82 Creative Commons Assessing the economic rise of China and India The recent economic rise of China and India has attracted a great deal of attention--and justifiably so. Pranab Bardhan 03 Feb 2011
83 Dambisa Moyo Lecture (African History and Politics Seminar) Dambisa Moyo, the internationally renowned author and economist, presents material from her books, Dead Aid and How the West Was Lost, looking at the policies that affect both Africa and the West. Dambisa Moyo 01 Feb 2011
84 100 Years of 'Struggle' Between the Polity and the Market in South Africa (African History and Politics Seminar) 'A Luta Continua! Reflections on 100 Years of "Struggle" Between the Polity and the Market in South Africa', presented by Dr Jesmond Blumenfeld (Brunel). Jesmond Blumenfeld 29 Jan 2011
85 Oxford Program for the Future of Cities Part 6: Resilience and adaptation in complex city systems James Simmie (Department of Planning, Oxford Brookes University) develops an evolutionary economics approach to adaptation and change in urban economies. James Simmie 15 Dec 2010
86 Resilience and adaptation in complex city systems James Simmie (Department of Planning, Oxford Brookes University) develops an evolutionary economics approach to adaptation and change in urban economies. James Simmie 15 Dec 2010
87 The Chinese Economy: Myths and Realities Professor Lawrence J Lau delivers the inaugural Mok Hing-YUI Lecture, Oxford China Centre, St Hugh's College, Universiy of Oxford. Lawrence J Lau 16 Aug 2010
88 The Global Information Technology Reports: Lessons in Technology, Development and Competitiveness Professor Soumitra Dutta discusses the Global Information Technology Reports: the world's most comprehensive and authoritative international assessment of the impact of ICTs on the development process and the competitiveness of nations. Soumitra Dutta 10 May 2010
89 Giving in the Digital World For charitable organizations and initiatives, the Internet provides the opportunity to reach more people in more direct and personal ways. Are they grasping this opportunity? Lucy Bernholz 30 Apr 2010
90 Creative Commons Governing Climate Change After Copenhagen Ngaire Woods chairs a panel discussion looking into the political, economic and environmental consequences of the Copenhagen Climate Change Conference last year. Ngaire Woods, Sir David King, Cameron Hepburn 12 Apr 2010
91 Creative Commons Taming the Casino Banks In this podcast the experts discuss whether the 'casino' banks that are considered too big to fail are simply too big, and explain the arguments for and against splitting them up. Jonathan Michie, Martin Slater, Linda Yueh 15 Mar 2010
92 Creative Commons Taming the Casino Banks In this podcast the experts discuss whether the 'casino' banks that are considered too big to fail are simply too big, and explain the arguments for and against splitting them up. Jonathan Michie, Martin Slater, Linda Yueh 15 Mar 2010
93 Creative Commons Taming the Casino Banks In this podcast the experts discuss whether the 'casino' banks that are considered too big to fail are simply too big, and explain the arguments for and against splitting them up. Jonathan Michie, Martin Slater, Linda Yueh 15 Mar 2010
94 Socio-Economic Rights in the South African Constitutional Court: Is the Honeymoon Over? Sandra Fredman gives a talk for the Oxford Transitional Justice Research 2010 seminar series followed by Sabine Michalowski giving her talk entitled 'Bringing Socio-Economic Factors into the Transitional Justice Debate'. Sandra Fredman, Sabine Michalowski 11 Mar 2010
95 Those Golden Eggs Come From Somewhere: Internet Regulation at a Crossroads A discussion of how largely well-intentioned political and legal reactions to the highest-profile risks of ICT creates a danger of perhaps killing the goose that is giving us golden eggs of innovation, decentralization, and personal empowerment. Michael Froomkin 08 Mar 2010
96 When the Audience Clicks: Buying Attention in the Digital Age Discussion of media buying and the attention-creation industry - showing how the fixation on audiences' click-like behaviour is a disruptive institutional force, and how buyers' new approaches to attention are creating new forms of social discrimination. Joseph Turow 08 Mar 2010
97 Peer to Peer and the Music Industry: The Criminalization of Sharing Examining technical, legal and cultural strategies by the recording industry to persuade people that file-sharing is impossible, immoral, un-cool or dangerous, and the failure of these strategies. Alternative business models are discussed. Matthew David 08 Mar 2010
98 Creative Commons Stability and Complexity in Model Banking Systems The recent banking crises have made it clear that increasingly complex strategies for managing risk in individual banks and investment funds (pension funds, etc) has not been matched by corresponding attention to overall systemic risks. Robert May 22 Jan 2010
99 Creative Commons Institute of Fiscal Studies - Current Issues in the Taxation of Land and Income: Part Two Paul Johnson from the Institute of Fiscal Studies talks about current issues within land tax as part of the 1909 People's Budget Symposium. Paul Johnson 12 Jan 2010
100 Creative Commons Institute of Fiscal Studies - Current Issues in the Taxation of Land and Income: Part One Stuart Adam from the Institute of Fiscal Studies gives a talk for the 1909 People's Budget Symposium in which he talks about the current conflicts in land and income tax. Stuart Adam 12 Jan 2010