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Older public event podcasts and videos
In addition to the podcasts listed here a catalogue of more than six hundred public event podcasts and videos dating from 1990 to 2006 can be found in the LSE Digital Library.

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LSE IQ Episode 9 | Why is social mobility declining?

Recorded on: 11 December 2017

Speaker(s): Professor Mike Savage, Dr Abigail McKnight, Dr Sam Friedman

We hope you’ve enjoyed listening to the autumn 2017 programme of LSE public events and that you’ll stay tuned for the...

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Exploitation and the Gig Economy

Recorded on: 7 December 2017

Speaker(s): Brhmie Balaram, Jason Moyer-Lee

The gig economy is on the rise and with it worries about exploitation. Leading experts will analyse how to deal with...

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Welfare: from Beveridge to the fourth industrial revolution

Recorded on: 7 December 2017

Speaker(s): David Gauke

Beveridge offered a radical response to the social and economic circumstances of his time in a country emerging from...

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A Room with a View: managing from the top

Recorded on: 6 December 2017

Speaker(s): Yasmin Diamond

Yasmin Diamond reflects on her extensive career in corporate, government and public sector communications to discuss...

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The Human Cost of Conflict: the search for dignity and rights of Palestine refugees

Recorded on: 4 December 2017

Speaker(s): Pierre Krähenbühl

Appointed by the UN Secretary-General in November 2013, Pierre Krähenbühl (@PKraehenbuehl) became UNRWA...

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Game Theory Through the Computational Lens

Recorded on: 30 November 2017

Speaker(s): Professor Tim Roughgarden

The fields of computer science and game theory both trace their roots to the first half of the 20th century, with the...

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Measuring Progress on Women's Inclusion, Justice and Security

Recorded on: 30 November 2017

Speaker(s): Dr Gary L Darmstadt, Dr Jeni Klugman, Dr Anita Raj,Dr Frances Stewart

The Women, Peace and Security Index is the first global index bridging both women’s inclusion and access to justice, as...

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Sovereignty

Recorded on: 29 November 2017

Speaker(s): Dr Serena Ferente, Dr Carmen Pavel, Professor David Runciman

The Brexit debate saw a revival in talk of ‘sovereignty’. But what exactly is it, and why is it so highly prized? What...

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Beveridge 2.0 - Rethinking the Welfare State for the 21st Century

Recorded on: 29 November 2017

Speaker(s): Minouche Shafik, Professor Sir John Hills, Dr Waltraud Schelkle, Professor Richard Sennett, Professor Alex Voorhoeve

In November 1942, former LSE Director William Beveridge published a report that was to lay the foundation for Britain’s...

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Cash: the future of money in the Bitcoin age

Recorded on: 28 November 2017

Speaker(s): Dr Tatiana Cutts, Professor Nigel Dodd, Dr Eva Micheler, Dr Philipp Paech

The socio-economic debate surrounding money has advanced since the early metallist days of John Locke. Money is no...

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The Brexit Alternatives and their Implications

Recorded on: 27 November 2017

Speaker(s): Professor Joachim Blatter, Professor Erik O Eriksen, Professor Sieglinde Gstöhl

As the UK and the EU look ahead to their long-term relationship post-Brexit, what might the UK learn from the...

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The Great Leveler: violence and the history of inequality from the Stone Age to the twenty-first century

Recorded on: 27 November 2017

Speaker(s): Professor Walter Scheidel

Throughout history only violent shocks have significantly reduced economic inequality: war, revolution, plagues. Walter...

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Doughnut Economics: seven ways to think like a 21st century economist

Recorded on: 23 November 2017

Speaker(s): Kate Raworth, Professor Oriana Bandiera

Economics matters. Its theories are the mother tongue of public policy, the rationale for multi-billion-dollar...

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Partition, 70 years on: what have we learnt from the division of India?

Recorded on: 22 November 2017

Speaker(s): Lady Kishwar Desai

The 70th year of Indian independence inevitably recalls Partition and the violent division that followed it. In a...

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The Myth of Millionaire Tax Flight: how place still matters for the rich

Recorded on: 20 November 2017

Speaker(s): Dr Cristobal Young, Ed Miliband MP, Dr Andrew Summers

If taxes rise, will they leave? In his new book, Cristobal Young publishes the findings from the first-ever large-scale...

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Partners or Adversaries? Managing US-China Relations in the Era of Trump

Recorded on: 16 November 2017

Speaker(s): Professor Michael Mastanduno, Minouche Shafik

The post-Cold War US-China “grand bargain” in economics and security is now unravelling, and faces new uncertainty in...

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How Entrepreneurial Management Transforms Culture and Drives Growth

Recorded on: 16 November 2017

Speaker(s): Eric Ries

Discover how to kick-start innovation and deliver sustained growth, even in highly uncertain environments. Join...

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The Multinational World: how cities and regions win or lose in the global innovation contest

Recorded on: 15 November 2017

Speaker(s): Professor Riccardo Crescenzi, Martin Sandbu

The process of technological development constantly opens windows of opportunity for new innovation centres to emerge...

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How Many People Can Earth Support in Comfort?

Recorded on: 14 November 2017

Speaker(s): Professor Partha Dasgupta

Contemporary economics is mostly unconcerned with distortions to individual incentives that lead to population and...

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A World of Three Zeroes: the new economics of zero poverty, zero unemployment, and zero carbon emissions

Recorded on: 11 November 2017

Speaker(s): Dr Muhammad Yunus

The capitalist system, in its current form, is broken. In this lecture, Nobel Peace Prize-winning economist Dr Muhammad...

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