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Public lecture podcasts and videos: latest 20


Neighbours, Peers and Educational Achievement
Recorded on: 22 January 2015
Speaker(s): Professor Stephen Gibbons, Dr Tim Leunig, Professor Ruth Lupton
Many believe that education is very sensitive to the influence of school friends and neighbours. Professor Stephen...
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Hall of Mirrors
Recorded on: 21 January 2015
Speaker(s): Professor Barry Eichengreen
Popular understanding of the Great Depression shaped the response to the Great Recession. The experience of the Great...
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Being German, Becoming Muslim: race, religion, and conversion in the New Europe
Recorded on: 21 January 2015
Speaker(s): Dr Esra Özyürek, Dr Ruth Mandel, Dr Nasar Meer, Professor Joel Robbins
The panellists will discuss Dr Özyürek’s newly published book Being German, Becoming Muslim: race, religion, and...
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Defending Human Rights in Russia
Recorded on: 21 January 2015
Speaker(s): Dmitri Makarov, Dr Mary McAuley, Roman Udot
An unprecedented number of laws have been adopted in Russia over the past two years which dramatically restrict the...
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After Snowden
Recorded on: 20 January 2015
Speaker(s): Professor Ronald J Deibert, Dr Gus Hossein, Professor Sir David Omand, Professor Ronald W Pruessen
What are the implications of surveillance, big data, malware and hacking for individuals and societies? What...
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Inequality and Taxation in a Globalised World
Recorded on: 20 January 2015
Speaker(s): Dr Gabriel Zucman
Dr Zucman will discuss recent evidence on rising inequality, proposals made to curb these trends and challenges raised...
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In Conversation with Professor Lawrence H. Summers
Recorded on: 20 January 2015
Speaker(s): Professor Lawrence H. Summers
This public conversation with one of America’s leading economists, Professor Lawrence H. Summers, will focus on the...
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A Conversation on Central Banking
Recorded on: 19 January 2015
Speaker(s): Sir Alan Budd, Lord King
Lord King and Sir Alan will look back at central developments in banking over the last two decades.

Alan Budd...
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Managing Disruption, Avoiding Disaster and Growing Stronger in an Unpredictable World
Recorded on: 19 January 2015
Speaker(s): Dr Judith Rodin
Through dramatic stories, penetrating insights, and research from around the world, Judith Rodin, the President of the...
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Corporate Boards: facts and myths
Recorded on: 15 January 2015
Speaker(s): Professor Daniel Ferreira
Corporate Boards are a central part of a firm’s governance structure, and have since the 1980s received regulatory...
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Conor Gearty in Conversation with Chaloka Beyani
Recorded on: 14 January 2015
Speaker(s): Dr Chaloka Beyani
Dr Beyani will talk about international human rights, working with the UN and his duties as Special Rapporteur on the...
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Should Markets be Moral?
Recorded on: 14 January 2015
Speaker(s): Felix Martin, Professor Lord Skidelsky
Professor Lord Skidelsky will be in conversation with Felix Martin about the topic of a recent book he edited, to...
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Picturing Race and Inequality: the potential for social change
Recorded on: 13 January 2015
Speaker(s): Professor Yasmin Alibhai-Brown, Mark Neville, Professor Tim Newburn, Professor Gwendolyn Sasse, Polly Toynbee
The panel will discuss effective ways of communicating and changing inequality, centring on the work of artist Mark...
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Signals: the breakdown of the social contract and the rise of geopolitics
Recorded on: 13 January 2015
Speaker(s): Dr Pippa Malmgren
Economic signals are everywhere, from magazine covers to grocery stores to military events. They reveal the story of...
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The Cold War and the Culture of Secrecy
Recorded on: 13 January 2015
Speaker(s): Professor Matthew Connelly
Official secrecy in the U.S. during the Cold War altered the culture of government and served many hidden agendas....
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What Is Rationality, Anyway?
Recorded on: 13 January 2015
Speaker(s): Dr Peter Dennis
Appeals to rationality are found in every area of life. But how can we accuse one another of being irrational if we...
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Berber government: the Kabyle polity in pre-colonial Algeria
Recorded on: 12 January 2015
Speaker(s): Professor Hugh Roberts
In this lecture and book launch, Professor Hugh Roberts discusses his new book, Berber Government: the Kabyle Polity in...
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Papal Infallibility? Global poverty, and the mystery of global inequality
Recorded on: 11 December 2014
Speaker(s): Professor Angus Deaton
In lectures across three consecutive evenings (9 December, 10 December and 11 December) leading development economist...
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Questions of Identity
Recorded on: 11 December 2014
Speaker(s): Professor Vincent Descombes, Alan Montefiore
What does it mean to speak of an individual’s very identity as a person? And what too of the ongoing identity of an...
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Local Governance in Times of CrisisLessons for Greece from the City of Thessaloniki
Recorded on: 11 December 2014
Speaker(s): Yiannis Boutaris
Amidst the economic crisis in Greece, something unusual emerged in Thessaloniki, the idiosyncratic “co-Capital” of the...
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