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Public lecture podcasts and videos: latest 20


Seeing What Others Don't: the remarkable ways we gain insights
Recorded on: 26 March 2015
Speaker(s): Dr Gary Klein
What are insights, and how do they happen? Observing people in their natural setting – from scientists and business...
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The Greek Economy: current developments and future prospects
Recorded on: 25 March 2015
Speaker(s): Yannis Stournaras
Yannis Stournaras will talk about the current developments of the Greek Economy.

Yannis Stournaras is Governor...
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Designing the Urban Commons: Lessons from the Field
Recorded on: 25 March 2015
Speaker(s): Assembly SE8 , Atelier d'architecture autogérée , Public Works Group
With an evening of provocations and discussion, Theatrum Mundi launched Designing the Urban Commons, an ideas...
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Which Digital Strategy for France and Europe in an Age of Disruption?
Recorded on: 20 March 2015
Speaker(s): Axelle Lemaire
Axelle Lemaire (@axellelemaire) has been at the French Ministry of State for Digital Affairs since April 2014, serving...
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Engaging Citizens: a game changer for development?
Recorded on: 19 March 2015
Speaker(s): Professor Jon Paul Faguet, Dr Shirin Madon, Dr Duncan Green, Owen Barder, Yesil Deniz, Dr Bjorn-Soren Gigler, Abha Joshi-Ghani, Leni Wild, Vanessa Herringshaw, Fredrik Galtung, Duncan Edwards
Engaging citizens has a vital role to play in the process of development. It helps to improve transparency and...
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Deng Xiaoping vs Gorbachev
Recorded on: 18 March 2015
Speaker(s): Professor Alexander V Pantsov
Professor Pantsov will discuss why the USSR couldn’t follow the pattern of Chinese reforms in the decade leading up to...
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Above the Parapet - Women in Public Life
Recorded on: 18 March 2015
Speaker(s): Roza Otunbayeva
Roza Otunbayeva is the first female President of Kyrgyzstan and the first woman to head a country in Central Asia. In...
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Crowd-Sourcing, Surveillance, and the Era of the Synopticon
Recorded on: 17 March 2015
Speaker(s): Professor Matthew Connelly
Technology has led to unprecedented state surveillance, but may also be the key to preserving the principle of open...
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Shifting African Digital Landscapes
Recorded on: 17 March 2015
Speaker(s): Dr Sean Jacobs
Developments in online media point to interesting possibilities for African engagement in the global public sphere....
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The Global Transformation: history, modernity and the making of international relations
Recorded on: 17 March 2015
Speaker(s): Professor Barry Buzan, Professor Craig Calhoun, Dr George Lawson, Professor Juergen Osterhammel, Dr Ayse Zarakol
This event marks the launch of a new book: The Global Transformation: history, modernity and the making of...
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VIP: Visual International Politics
Recorded on: 16 March 2015
Speaker(s): Professor William A Callahan
Although we live in a visual age, few actually study the role of images in international politics. This inaugural...
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How to Run a Government
Recorded on: 16 March 2015
Speaker(s): Sir Michael Barber
Billions of citizens around the world are frustrated with their governments. Political leaders struggle to honour their...
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Beyond the Budget
Recorded on: 16 March 2015
Speaker(s): Nicola Sturgeon
Nicola Sturgeon (@NicolaSturgeon) is Scotland’s first female First Minister and the first female to lead any of the...
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The Law, Finance and the Abyss
Recorded on: 12 March 2015
Speaker(s): Professor Julia Black, Dr Jon Danielsson, Professor Charles Goodhart, Professor Katharina Pistor
In financial markets law and finance are intrinsically connected. When markets collapse, however, legal rules are...
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Changing Patterns of Inequality in the UK
Recorded on: 12 March 2015
Speaker(s): Professor John Hills, Dr Polly Vizard
John Hills will present new findings from the Social Policy in a Cold Climate programme of research on the ways in...
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European Politics and Government
Recorded on: 11 March 2015
Speaker(s): Professor Jonathan Holslag, Dr Mareike Kleine
This discussion will explore the vexed question of the demos of European citizenship and the democratic deficit....
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Liability, Proportionality and the Number of Aggressors
Recorded on: 11 March 2015
Speaker(s): Professor Jeff McMahan
The annual Auguste Comte Memorial Lecture will be delivered by a leading scholar in social and political philosophy....
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Code and Law between Truth and Power
Recorded on: 11 March 2015
Speaker(s): Professor Julie Cohen, Anne Barron
The problem of control over information flows has emerged as a doubly critical vantage point from which to interrogate...
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Political Economy of European Union
Recorded on: 11 March 2015
Speaker(s): Professor Bob Hancké, Professor David Soskice
This discussion will explore the pressures facing Europe’s welfare states in a time of austerity, an aging population...
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Human Capital, Inequality and Tax Reform: Recent Past and Future Prospects
Recorded on: 10 March 2015
Speaker(s): Professor Sir Richard Blundell
Even before the financial crisis many developed economies were facing growing inequality and struggling to maintain...
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