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1 Breaking the Cycle of Disadvantage The role of area-based interventions in tackling child poverty. Jane Barlow 29 Nov 2017
2 Gifts, entitlements, benefits and surplus: interrogating food poverty and food aid in the UK The 2017 Mary Douglas Memorial Lecture was given in Oxford on 24 May by Prof. Pat Caplan of Goldsmiths, London. Pat Caplan 26 Jul 2017
3 Ending Poverty? Linda Yueh (Fellow by Special Election in Economics) talks about ending poverty. Linda Yueh 03 Apr 2017
4 'To have and have not': International migration, poverty and inequality in Algeria Mouhoub el Mouhoud considers the effects of emigration on poverty and inequality by drawing on an original survey conducted in Algeria Mouhoub el Mouhoud 16 Jun 2016
5 Incorporating Ethnicity: Ethnodevelopment Policy in Latin America, 1985-2005 Professor Sarah Chartock discusses ethnodevelopment policies, illustrated with the cases of Peru, Ecuador and Guatemala. Sarah Chartock, Maya Tudor 01 Feb 2016
6 Creative Commons Chief Executive of Oxfam, Mark Goldring CBE (Keble, 1976) Mark Goldring describes his distinguished career in international development, including his role as Chief Executive of Oxfam. Drawing upon his own experiences in Borneo, Bangladesh, Syria and beyond, he highlights the causes of poverty, and solutions. Mark Goldring 12 Jan 2016
7 Creative Commons Making Sovereign Finance and Human Rights Work Discussion of 'Making Sovereign Finance and Human Rights Work,' a recently-published collection that introduces novel legal theories and analyses the links between sovereign debt and human rights from a variety of perspectives. Andreas Føllesdal, Sheldon Leader, Rosa Maria Lastra, Jernej Letnar Cernic 14 Oct 2015
8 Creative Commons The economics of tropical diseases Economics and health are interlinked in many ways, as seen in the vicious cycle between poverty and ill health. Yoel Lubell 28 Jul 2015
9 Creative Commons The economics of tropical diseases Economics and health are interlinked in many ways, as seen in the vicious cycle between poverty and ill health. Yoel Lubell 28 Jul 2015
10 Creative Commons Ian Goldin on the Oxford Martin School Ian Goldin, Professor of Globalisation and Development and Director of the Oxford Martin School, discusses the efforts of researchers at the Oxford Martin School to address the most pressing global challenges and opportunities of the 21st century. Ian Goldin 15 Jul 2015
11 Safeguarding children from destitution: How do local authorities respond to families with ‘No Recourse to Public Funds’? Sarah Spencer and Jonathan Price, COMPAS, Oxford, give a talk for the COMPAS series. Sarah Spencer, Jonathan Price 14 Jul 2015
12 Children in Poverty:Vectors of shame? A seminar by Elaine Chase of the University of Oxford Department of Social Policy and Intervention delivered on 5 March 2013 Elaine Chase 30 Jun 2015
13 Creative Commons It takes a village: Meeting the complex needs of poverty-impacted youth and their families, locally and globally Mary McKay, Professor and Director, McSilver Institute for Poverty Policy and Research, New York University, delivered the Astor Visiting Lecture on 21 May 2015. Mary McKay 27 May 2015
14 Give Peas a Chance Nitrogen could be one of the most interesting elements in the periodic table. Find out more about this fascinating element and how research into peas and beans at Oxford could help feed the world! www.oxfordsparks.net/nitrogen. Jo Dunkley, Robert Llewellyn 05 Mar 2015
15 Accountability and Globalisation Panel 6 from the Human Rights and the Post-2015 Agenda Conference. The views expressed in this presentation are personal and not those of the individual’s institution. Fiona de Londras, Kate Donald 15 Dec 2014
16 Integrating Challenges of Armed Conflict and Insecurity Panel 5 from the Human Rights and the Post-2015 Agenda Conference. The views expressed in this presentation are personal and not those of the individual’s institution. Dapo Akande, Keith Krause, Tom Wheeler 15 Dec 2014
17 The Right to a Healthy Environment/Climate Justice Panel 4 from the Human Rights and the Post-2015 Agenda Conference. The views expressed in this presentation are personal and not those of the individual’s institution. Dominic Roser, Simon Caney, Ricardo Fuentes, Olivier de Schutter 15 Dec 2014
18 Equality, Non-discrimination and Equity Panel 3 from the Human Rights and the Post-2015 Agenda Conference. The views expressed in this presentation are personal and not those of the individual’s institution. Malcolm Langford, Sandra Fredman, Ed Anderson, Sabina Alkire 15 Dec 2014
19 Human Rights and a New Global Agenda Panel 2 from the Human Rights and the Post-2015 Agenda Conference. Jaakko Kuosmanen, Henry Shue, Jennifer Welsh, Malcolm Langford 15 Dec 2014
20 Post-2015 Development Agenda and the State of Play Panel 1 from the Human Rights and the Post-2015 Agenda Conference. The views expressed in this presentation are personal and not those of the individual’s institution. Ian Goldin, Mac Darrow, Isabel Ortiz, Roberto BIssio 15 Dec 2014
21 Barnett House Centenary Reunion Weekend Keynote Lecture Magdalena Sepulveda, United Nations Special Rapporteur on extreme poverty and human rights, gives the keynote lecture for the Department of Social Policy and intervention Barnet House Centenary Weekend. Magdalena Sepulveda 14 Jul 2014
22 What shapes migrant destitution and what can be done about it? Sue Lukes former member of the Housing and Migration Network and John Perry former member of the Housing and Migration Network and Policy Adviser at the Chartered Institute of Housing and manager of housing rights give a talk for the COMPAS Series Sue Lukes, John Perry 14 Jul 2014
23 "How Much is Enough? The Love of Money and the Case for the Good Life" Session 3 In this McDonald Centre conference, Robert and Edward Skidelsky debate their controversial book about work, wealth, and human well-being with Rowan Williams, Cecile Fabre, John Thanassoulis, and other theologians, philosophers, economists and journalists. Edwina Moreton, Diane Coyle, Donald Hay, Edmund Newell 16 Apr 2014
24 "How Much is Enough? The Love of Money and the Case for the Good Life" Session 2 In this McDonald Centre conference, Robert and Edward Skidelsky debate their controversial book about work, wealth, and human well-being with Rowan Williams, Cecile Fabre, John Thanassoulis, and other theologians, philosophers, economists and journalists. Robin Lovin, John Thanassoulis, David Vines, Rowan Williams 16 Apr 2014
25 "How Much is Enough? The Love of Money and the Case for the Good Life" Session 1 In this McDonald Centre conference, Robert and Edward Skidelsky debate their controversial book about work, wealth, and human well-being with Rowan Williams, Cecile Fabre, John Thanassoulis, and other theologians, philosophers, economists and journalists. Robert Skidelsky, Edward Skidelsky, Cecile Fabre, John Hughes 15 Apr 2014
26 Creative Commons Speaking Truth to Power: Social Policy in Action - Sidney Ball Memorial Lecture 2013 The 2013 lecture 'Speaking Truth to Power: Social Policy in Action' delivered by Baroness Lister of Burtersett on 4th of December 2013 in the Nissan Lecture Theatre, St. Antony's College. Ruth Lister, Chris Patten 17 Dec 2013
27 Fighting the World's Fight: Against Poverty Mr David Ferreira, Mr Nick Kristof and Dr Mark Suzman discuss fighting poverty at the Rhodes House 110th Anniversary event. David Ferreira, Nick Kristof, Mark Suzman 29 Oct 2013
28 Measuring Global Poverty Dr Sabina Alkire, Director of the Oxford Poverty and Human Development Initiative (OPHI) gives a talk for the Oxford Alumni Weekend 2013. Sabina Alkire 08 Oct 2013
29 Creative Commons Launch of Multidimensional Poverty Peer Network: Dr Jose M. Roche and Dr Suman Seth Ministers and distinguished high-level representatives from around twenty countries formally launched a new Multidimensional Poverty Peer Network in Oxford on 6 June. Dr Jose M. Roche and Dr Suman Seth - OPHI. Jose M Roche, Suman Seth 15 Aug 2013
30 Creative Commons Launch of Multidimensional Poverty Peer Network: Professor Abhijit Sen Ministers and distinguished high-level representatives from around twenty countries formally launched a new Multidimensional Poverty Peer Network in Oxford on 6 June. Professor Abhijit Sen, India. Abhijit Sen 15 Aug 2013
31 Launch of Multidimensional Poverty Peer Network: Dr Paulo de Martino Jannuzzi Ministers and distinguished high-level representatives from around twenty countries formally launched a new Multidimensional Poverty Peer Network in Oxford on 6 June. Dr Paulo de Martino Jannuzzi, Brazil. Paulo de Martino Jannuzzi 10 Jul 2013
32 Launch of Multidimensional Poverty Peer Network: Mr Ayache Khellaf Ministers and distinguished high-level representatives from around twenty countries formally launched a new Multidimensional Poverty Peer Network in Oxford on 6 June. Mr Ayache Khellaf, Morocco. Ayache Khellaf 10 Jul 2013
33 Launch of Multidimensional Poverty Peer Network: Dr Soledad Arellano Ministers and distinguished high-level representatives from around twenty countries formally launched a new Multidimensional Poverty Peer Network in Oxford on 6 June. Dr Soledad Arellano, Chile. Soledad Arellano 10 Jul 2013
34 Launch of Multidimensional Poverty Peer Network: Dr Amal Shlash Ministers and distinguished high-level representatives from around twenty countries formally launched a new Multidimensional Poverty Peer Network in Oxford on 6 June. Dr Amal Shlash, Iraq. Amal Shlash 10 Jul 2013
35 Launch of Multidimensional Poverty Peer Network: Mr Ronaldo Araújo Pedron Ministers and distinguished high-level representatives from around twenty countries formally launched a new Multidimensional Poverty Peer Network in Oxford on 6 June. Mr Ronaldo Araújo Pedron, Minas Gerais. Ronaldo Araújo Pedron 10 Jul 2013
36 Launch of Multidimensional Poverty Peer Network: Ms Leslie Quiñones, El Salvadore Ministers and distinguished high-level representatives from around twenty countries formally launched a new Multidimensional Poverty Peer Network in Oxford on 6 June. Ms Leslie Quiñones, El Salvador. Leslie Quiñones 10 Jul 2013
37 Launch of Multidimensional Poverty Peer Network: Dr Wang Xiaolin Ministers and distinguished high-level representatives from around twenty countries formally launched a new Multidimensional Poverty Peer Network in Oxford on 6 June. Dr Wang Xiaolin, China. Wang Xiaolin 10 Jul 2013
38 Launch of Multidimensional Poverty Peer Network: Professor James Foster and Dr Sabina Alkire Ministers and distinguished high-level representatives from around twenty countries formally launched a new Multidimensional Poverty Peer Network in Oxford on 6 June. Implementing a MD poverty measure. James Foster, Sabina Alkire 10 Jul 2013
39 Launch of Multidimensional Poverty Peer Network: Ms Leslie Quiñones Ministers and distinguished high-level representatives from around twenty countries formally launched a new Multidimensional Poverty Peer Network in Oxford on 6 June. Ms Leslie Quiñones, El Salvador. Leslie Quiñones 10 Jul 2013
40 Launch of Multidimensional Poverty Peer Network: Datuk Dr Rahamat Bivi Bt.Yusoff Ministers and distinguished high-level representatives from around twenty countries formally launched a new Multidimensional Poverty Peer Network in Oxford on 6 June. Datuk Dr Rahamat Bivi Bt.Yusoff, Malaysia. Rahamat Bivi Bt.Yusoff 10 Jul 2013
41 Launch of Multidimensional Poverty Peer Network: Dr Paulo de Martino Jannuzzi, Brazil Ministers and distinguished high-level representatives from around twenty countries formally launched a new Multidimensional Poverty Peer Network in Oxford on 6 June. Dr Paulo de Martino Jannuzzi, Brazil. Paulo de Martino Jannuzzi 10 Jul 2013
42 Launch of Multidimensional Poverty Peer Network: Dr Rachid Benmokhtar Ministers and distinguished high-level representatives from around twenty countries formally launched a new Multidimensional Poverty Peer Network in Oxford on 6 June. Dr Rachid Benmokhtar, Morocco. Rachid Benmokhtar 10 Jul 2013
43 Launch of Multidimensional Poverty Peer Network: Mr Enrique González Tiburcio Ministers and distinguished high-level representatives from around twenty countries formally launched a new Multidimensional Poverty Peer Network in Oxford on 6 June. Mr Enrique González Tiburcio, Mexico. Enrique González Tiburcio 10 Jul 2013
44 Launch of Multidimensional Poverty Peer Network: Mr Zheng Wenkai Ministers and distinguished high-level representatives from around twenty countries formally launched a new Multidimensional Poverty Peer Network in Oxford on 6 June. Mr Zheng Wenkai, China. Zheng Wenkai 10 Jul 2013
45 Launch of Multidimensional Poverty Peer Network: Mr Bruce Mac Master Ministers and distinguished high-level representatives from around twenty countries formally launched a new Multidimensional Poverty Peer Network in Oxford on 6 June. Mr Bruce Mac Master, Colombia. Bruce Mac Master 10 Jul 2013
46 Launch of Multidimensional Poverty Peer Network: Dr Gonzalo Hernández Ministers and distinguished high-level representatives from around twenty countries formally launched a new Multidimensional Poverty Peer Network in Oxford on 6 June. Dr Gonzalo Hernández, Mexico. Gonzalo Hernández 10 Jul 2013
47 Launch of Multidimensional Poverty Peer Network: Dr Sabina Alkire Ministers and distinguished high-level representatives from around twenty countries formally launched a new Multidimensional Poverty Peer Network in Oxford on 6 June. Introduction by Dr Sabina Alkire. Sabina Alkire 10 Jul 2013
48 Creative Commons Stephan Klasen describes key findings of Dynamic Comparison workshop Stephan Klasen describe key findings of Dynamic Comparison workshop. Stephan Klasen 24 Apr 2013
49 Creative Commons Juan Pablo Ocampo Sheen describe key findings of Dynamic Comparison workshop Juan Pablo Ocampo Sheen describe key findings of Dynamic Comparison workshop. Juan Pablo Ocampo Sheen 24 Apr 2013
50 Creative Commons Frances Stewart describes key findings of Dynamic Comparison workshop Frances Stewart describes key findings of Dynamic Comparison workshop. Frances Stewart 24 Apr 2013
51 Creative Commons Ram Hari Gaihre describes key findings of Dynamic Comparison workshop Ram Hari Gaihre describes key findings of Dynamic Comparison workshop. Ram Hari Gaihre 24 Apr 2013
52 Creative Commons Milorad Kovacevic describes key findings of Dynamic Comparison workshop Milorad Kovacevic describe key findings of Dynamic Comparison workshop. Milorad Kovacevic 24 Apr 2013
53 Creative Commons Shabana Mitra describes key findings of Dynamic Comparison workshop Shabana Mitra describes key findings of Dynamic Comparison workshop. Shabana Mitra 24 Apr 2013
54 Creative Commons Maria Emma Santos describes key findings of 'Dynamic Comparison' workshop Maria Emma Santos describes key findings of 'Dynamic Comparison' workshop. Maria Emma Santos 24 Apr 2013
55 Creative Commons MPI vs Income Poverty in South Africa using the South African National Income Dynamics Study MPI vs Income Poverty in South Africa using the South African National Income Dynamics Study. Stephan Klasen 24 Apr 2013
56 Creative Commons Mexico's 'Official' Multidimensional Poverty Measure: A Comparative Study of Indigenous and Non-Indigenous Populations Mexico's 'Official' Multidimensional Poverty Measure: A Comparative Study of Indigenous and Non-Indigenous Populations. Iván González de Alba 24 Apr 2013
57 Creative Commons (Re-)Counting the Poor in Peru: A Multidimensional Approach (Re-)Counting the Poor in Peru: A Multidimensional Approach. Juan Pablo Ocampo 24 Apr 2013
58 Creative Commons The Dynamics of Monetary and Multidimensional Poverty in Vietnam The Dynamics of Monetary and Multidimensional Poverty in Vietnam. Van Tran-Quang 24 Apr 2013
59 Creative Commons Comparing Multidensional and Monetary Poverty in Uganda Comparing Multidensional and Monetary Poverty in Uganda. Sebastian Levine 24 Apr 2013
60 Creative Commons Poverty Measurement and the Distribution of Deprivations among the Poor Poverty Measurement and the Distribution of Deprivations among the Poor. James Foster 24 Apr 2013
61 Creative Commons The (Ir-)Relevance of the International Poverty Line for National Poverty Assessment The (Ir-)Relevance of the International Poverty Line for National Poverty Assessment. Caroline Dotter 24 Apr 2013
62 Creative Commons Comparison between Multidimensional Poverty Index and Monetary Poverty for Nepal Comparison between Multidimensional Poverty Index and Monetary Poverty for Nepal. Ram Hari Gaihre 24 Apr 2013
63 Creative Commons Multidimensionality of Poverty in Nepal Multidimensionality of Poverty in Nepal. Shabana Mitra 24 Apr 2013
64 Creative Commons Multidimensional Poverty in India: Insights from NSSO Data Multidimensional Poverty in India: Insights from NSSO Data. Sandip Sarkar 24 Apr 2013
65 Creative Commons Comparing Multidimensional Poverty and Consumption Poverty based on Primary Survey in India Comparing Multidimensional Poverty and Consumption Poverty based on Primary Survey in India. Rajeev Kumar 24 Apr 2013
66 Creative Commons Maria Emma Santos - Tackling Poverty Reduction in Bhutan Maria Emma Santos - Tackling Poverty Reduction in Bhutan. Maria Emma Santos 24 Apr 2013
67 Creative Commons The Role of Nutrition in Mental Health and Performance: Changing Diets, Changing Minds Human diets have changed dramatically over the last century, and the impact of industrialisation on our food supply has had devastating consequences for public health. Alex Richardson 19 Feb 2013
68 Creative Commons One Billion Hungry: Can We Feed the World? More than six decades after the Green Revolution aimed at ending world hunger, regular food shortages, malnutrition, and poverty still plague vast swaths of the world. Gordon Conway 19 Feb 2013
69 Creative Commons Does Shame Always Go Hand in Hand With Poverty? Answers From an International Comparative Study Is shame an automatic consequence of poverty? Can one be poor without being ashamed of it? A lecture from Professor Robert Walker, University of Oxford. Robert Walker 30 Jan 2013
70 Crimes in (social) Contexts: The Influence of Police Legitimacy on Offending Behaviour How can we understand the influence of police on criminal behaviour? Ben Bradford 30 Jan 2013
71 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
72 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
73 Creative Commons Riots or Resistance? Sermon preached in Oriel College Chapel on Sunday 20th May by The Revd Hayley Matthews. Hayley Matthews 08 Aug 2012
74 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
75 Creative Commons Somalia after the London Meeting: How Much Difference Does a Day Make? Laura Hammond (SOAS) gives a talk for the African Studies Seminar series. In association with the Horn of Africa Seminar. Laura Hammond 08 May 2012
76 Can Globalization work for the Poor? Panel discussion on whether Globalisation can benefit the poor with Alex Gennie, Ian Goldin, Rushanara Ali MP, James Drummond and Nick Gowing. Alex Gennie, Ian Goldin, Rushanara Ali, James Drummond 21 Mar 2012
77 Creative Commons Squatter movements in the Vaal Triangle Dr Noor Nieftagodien (University of Witwatersrand) gives a talk for the African Studies Centre on 8th March 2012. Noor Nieftagodien 12 Mar 2012
78 Information Technologies and Marginalization in African Market Economies Laura Mann summarises her lecture on information technologies and marginalization in African market economies, part of the OII's Society and the Internet Lecture Series. Laura Mann 28 Feb 2012
79 Creative Commons Climate Change and Conflict in Sudan: what if development is not the answer to save Darfur? Harry Verhoeven (Politics/St Cross) gives a talk for the St John's College Colloquium on Environmental Conflict and its Resolution (joint event with Oxpeace and Human Sciences). Harry Verhoeven 31 Oct 2011
80 Creative Commons Pause - Reflection on the August Riots Martin Glynn, Birmingham City University, gives a talk for the Oxford Symposium on the August 2011 Riots. Martin Glynn 25 Oct 2011
81 Creative Commons Black Youth, Social Progression and Community Professor Cecile Wright, Nottingham Trent University and Jamaican Diaspora UK, gives a talk for the Oxford Symposium on the August 2011 Riots. Cecile Wright 25 Oct 2011
82 Creative Commons Black Families in Britain as the continuing site of struggle Dr Carl Hylton, Leeds Bicentenary Transformation Project, gives a talk for the Oxford Symposium on the August 2011 Riots. Carl Hylton 25 Oct 2011
83 Creative Commons August 2011 Riots: The Making a British Black 'Underclass'? Nigel Carter, NHS Community Development Worker, Oxford, gives a talk for the Oxford Symposium on the August 2011 Riots. Nigel Carter 25 Oct 2011
84 Creative Commons The August 2011 Riots; What Lies Beneath? Tonica Hunter gives a talk for the Oxford Symposium on the August 2011 Riots. Tonica Hunter 25 Oct 2011
85 Creative Commons The Rioters and their failed attempt to get their voices heard Dr Michael Williams, Sussex University, gives a talk for the Oxford Symposium on the August 2011 Riots. Michael Williams 25 Oct 2011
86 Creative Commons Introduction to the Oxford Symposium on the August 2011 Riots Dr Patricia Daley (Jesus College, Oxford) introduces the Oxford Symposium on the August Riots. Patricia Daley 25 Oct 2011
87 Creative Commons Philanthropy: Mega-trend of the 21st Century Dame Stephanie Shirley speaks about her personal philosophy of philanthropy, the importance of a social and cultural approach to giving, and her vision of the role of philanthrophy in the 21st century. Stephanie Shirley 29 Sep 2011
88 Creative Commons What Next? Surviving the 21st Century For his keynote lecture the Chancellor, Lord Patten of Barnes, examines the rapidly-growing list of challenges facing the world, from climate change to nuclear proliferation, migration to water and energy shortage. Chris Patten 26 Sep 2011
89 4. Arguments from Harm James Grant, Lecturer in Philosophy at the University of Oxford, discusses arguments that claim citizens of rich countries are responsible for harming poor people in other countries. James Grant 08 Aug 2011
90 3. Arguments from Distributive Justice James Grant, Lecturer in Philosophy at the University of Oxford, discusses the debate over whether distributive justice requires that well-off people do something about poverty in other countries. James Grant 08 Aug 2011
91 2. Arguments from Beneficence, Part 2 James Grant, Lecturer in Philosophy at the University of Oxford, discusses objections to the belief that well-off people have extremely demanding obligations to poor people in other countries. James Grant 08 Aug 2011
92 1. Arguments from Beneficence, Part 1 James Grant, Lecturer in Philosophy at Oxford University, introduces some of the key concepts in philosophical debates about global poverty. James Grant 08 Aug 2011
93 Telling a Story with Pictures - a Case Study from Cuba Robin Lawrance, photo-journalist, gives a talk for the Reuters Institute on 8th June 2011. Robin Lawrance 19 Jul 2011
94 Creative Commons Globalisation, Inequality, and the State Thomas Pogge (Yale University) presents this lecture as part of the Anglo-German 'State of the State' Fellowship Programme, given by on May 24th, 2011. Thomas Pogge 06 Jul 2011
95 Creative Commons Rice as a crop - a 100 year perspective from 1950 to 2050 Part of the Future of Crops lecture series delivered at the Oxford Botanic Gardens. Jane Langdale 19 Jan 2011
96 Public Attitudes to Poverty, Inequality and Welfare: What are the Implications for Social Policy? Lecture delivered by Tim Horton, Research Director and Deputy General Secretary of the Fabian Society, Britain's leading left of centre think tank and political society. Tim Horton 20 Aug 2010
97 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
98 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
99 Creative Commons Lloyd George and his Special Advisers and the Unionist Reaction to the Budget Iain McLean gives a talk in which he talks about Lloyd George's strategy to get the People's Budget through Parliament and past his main adversaries; his advisers and his parliamentary colleagues. Iain McLean 12 Jan 2010
100 Creative Commons The Irish Dimension of the 1909 Budget Alvin Jackson talks about the relationship between Ireland and Britain at the time of the 1909 budget. Looking at the home rule question and other potential reforms. Alvin Jackson 12 Jan 2010