Financial markets account for a large sector of the economy, and understanding their effectiveness is of critical importance. In this video, participants including Joseph Stiglitz, Financial Times columnist John Kay, and Luigi Zingales discuss new approaches to the issue. In order for financial markets to work for our society, broad consensus is needed. This video was recorded in February 2016 at the “Understanding Financial Markets Effectiveness: New Approaches” Conference jointly organized by the FCA and the Systemic Risk Centre at LSE.
Richard Baldwin 30 March 2016
During the Royal Economic Society’s Annual Conference on 22 March 2016, four panelists discussed the political and economic costs of Brexit.
In this video, Richard Baldwin argues that Brexiteers hoping to regain control over their economic policy still think of trade as it was in the 20th century, when goods were made in one place and sold in another. We are not in that world anymore.
Anatole Kaletsky 22 June 2016
If the UK leaves the EU, what will happen to the UK economy? In this video, Anatole Kaletsky argues that Brexit would be economic suicide, or at least self-harm. A trade agreement that grants access to the Single Market implies conceding political sovereignty, contributing to the EU budget, and free movement of labour. This video was recorded during the “Economics of the UK’s EU Membership” conference organised by the National Institute of Economic and Social Research in February 2016 and held in London.
Karl Whelan 20 June 2016
A large amount of business done in the City is linked to the UK’s membership of the EU. In this video, Karl Whelan discusses the impact of Brexit for the UK’s financial sector. He also argues that leaving the EU would take away the UK’s voice in shaping future legislation, which it would nonetheless have to follow in order to retain access to the Single Market. This video was recorded during the “Economics of the UK’s EU Membership” conference organised by the National Institute of Economic and Social Research in February 2016 and held in London.
Nauro F. Campos 17 June 2016
As Europe heads towards Parliamentary elections, this Vox Views interview looks at the economic benefits of EU membership. On average, European countries are 12% richer a decade after they join the EU. The UK is 24% better off since joining in 1973. The video was recorded in March 2014.
Behavioural industrial organisation centres on competition analysis with realistic assumptions, reflecting human behaviour. In this video, economists Peter Andrews, Amelia Fletcher, Michael Grubb, Charlotte Duke and David Laibson discuss how behavioural industrial organisation can be used to model and regulate financial markets, as well as to promote more effective competition. The video was recorded during the FCA symposium on Behavioural Industrial Organisation held in December 2015.
Nicholas Crafts 15 June 2016
If the UK leaves the EU, what's next for the economy? In this video, Nicholas Crafts of the University of Warwick discusses the impact of EU membership on the British economy. The type of agreement the UK would reach outside the EU is most important, and the risks outweigh the potential gains. This video was shot during the “Economics of the UK’s EU Membership” conference organised by the National Institute of Economic and Social Research (NIESR) on 23 February 2016 and held in London.
Liesel Mack Filgueiras 13 June 2016
Mining companies have high economic growth. In this video, Liesel Filgueiras discusses the responsibility of mining companies for the development of local municipalities. Most of the revenues go directly to federal governments, leaving little benefits to the industry for local communities. Cross-sector and local government partnerships need to de developed to ensure the investment of the revenues to build public policies. This video was recorded during the International Growth Centre’s annual conference held in London in June 2016.
Paul Stevens 08 June 2016
In 2014, after more than a decade of a booming oil market, oil prices collapsed. In this video, Paul Stevens discusses the effects of the super cycle for oil-exporting countries. The higher oil prices destroyed demand, leading to over-supply and a fall in prices. As a consequence, oil-exporting countries had difficulties in meeting budget expenditures and needed to diversify their economies. This video was shot during the International Growth Centre’s annual conference held in London in June 2016.
Bruce Hansen 03 June 2016
If an economist selects the wrong model to study a question, the results are also likely to be wrong. In this video, Bruce Hansen talks to Soumaya Keynes about how model selection and combination can be used for forecasting with small error. Model combination methods are suited for forecasting and policy evaluation. This video was recorded in March 2016 during the Royal Economic Society’s Annual Conference held at the University of Sussex.
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