1. In conversation with Robert Reich: After Austerity

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    from Trades Union Congress / Added

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    Professor Robert Reich's lecture and discussion as part of the TUC's After Austerity event series. http://www.afterausterity.org.uk

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    • My Business

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      from Casey Gilbert / Added

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      • student loans - to default or not to default

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        from John Fountain / Added

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        AN answer to question B2 on the 2014 midterm

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        • Conversation with Jaelle

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          from Wendell Fitzgerald / Added

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          Wendell Fitzgerald speaking about the economics of Henry George, land value taxation and the results both fiscal and economic to be expected from implementation

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          • University of Canterbury Hight Memorial Lecture

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            On 27 May 2009, despite a cold night, there was an excellent turnout of around 150 in The Arts Centre's Great Hall (Christchurch). International financial journalist, Rod Oram, provided an excellent overview of the causes of the present economic recession and a provocative set of recommendations for NZ businesses to begin reinventing themselves around sustainability with an emphasis on capital, rather than consumer, goods.

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            • FedUp

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              FED UP WITH DESTRUCTIVE POLITICIANS LOST JOB OPPORTUNITIES STRONG LEADERSHIP FOR SUCCESS DROWNING IN DEBT COOPERATION AND DISCIPLINE KEEP THE AMERICAN DREAM ALIVE

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              • The Great Game Welcome

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                Introduction to The Great Game 2011. A Business Challenge between students from 4 participating universities. The teams consist of students from Bahcesehir University and Izmir University of Economics from Turkey and Rotterdam University of Applied Sciences, and Utrecht University of Applied Sciences. The four participating universities will compete in two teams during the Global Entrepreneurship Week 2011 in the Netherlands.

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                • Unemployment Rate 2007-2008 by US State

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                  I made this video using the UUorld visualization engine for a blog post on our site. It depicts unemployment rate across US states for the last two years.

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                  • ETBS15 Luncheon Panel Discussion - "Raising Capital in the Economic Climate"

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                    Hear from Angels, a VC, and a successful tech entrepreneur on do's and don'ts of raising capital in this tough market. Moderator - Mark Arnold, Partner, Edwards Wildman Palmer LLP and EDC Board of Directors Raj Kulkarni - Advisor, Mentor, Investor Richard Licursi - Managing Partner, venVelo Casey Swercheck - Investment Associate, Florida Growth Fund, Hamilton Lane John Duffy - Founder & CEO, 3Cinteractive

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                    • Markets, Freedom and Choice - Professor the Lord Plant

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                      This lecture focuses on the relationship between markets and freedom and the extent to which freedom should be seen as being entirely a matter of freedom of choice and the number of choices which an individual has available. Markets have often been seen as the embodiment of individual choice. Does freedom mean that the ends or goals which an individual chooses are beyond moral assessment or does choice involve some reference to moral standards and, if so, what can be the source and basis of such standards if in fact they do seem to be necessary? If freedom has to be linked to ideas about virtue and the greater value of some sorts of goods over others how can such judgements be justified -- aren't we just imposing our own choices in order to restrict the choices of others? The transcript and downloadable versions of the lecture are available from the Gresham College website: http://www.gresham.ac.uk/lectures-and-events/ Gresham College has been giving free public lectures since 1597. This tradition continues today with all of our five or so public lectures a week being made available for free download from our website. There is currently nearly 1,500 lectures free to access or download from the website. Website: http://www.gresham.ac.uk Twitter: http://twitter.com/GreshamCollege Facebook: http://www.facebook.com/pages/Gresham-College/14011689941

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