In this course, Dr. Paul Segal (King’s College London) discusses how governments try to achieve their macroeconomic policy objectives. In the first module, we will give an overview of what policies governments use to achieve macroeconomic...
Dr Paul Segal
King's College London
In this course, Madeleine Sumption (Migration Observatory at the University of Oxford) discusses the labour market, migration and labour shortages. In the first module, we look at what policy towards migrant workers is designed to achieve. After...
University of Oxford
In this course, Professor Ian Williams (University of Southampton) explores waste management systems, with a particular focus on environmental sustainability. In this first module, we look at the historical development of various waste management...
Prof. Ian Williams
In this course, Professor Michael Waterson (University of Warwick) discusses Competition Policy, Public Ownership and Regulation. In the first module, we look at what competition policy is in more detail. After this, we look at how competition...
Prof. Michael Waterson
In this course, Professor Jill Marshall (Royal Holloway, University of London) explores the international human rights system, with a particular focus on women and gender discrimination. In the first module, we think about the development of...
Prof. Jill Marshall
Royal Holloway, London
In this course, Dr Linda Speight (University of Oxford) explores flood forecasting and warning systems. In the first module, we consider the impacts of flooding, how climate change is increasing flood risk, and the key steps in a flood forecasting...
Dr Linda Speight
University of Oxford
In this course, Professor Keith Ball (University of Warwick) continues exploring graphs, covering Topic A14 in the Pearson Edexcel GCSE (9-1) in Mathematics (1MA1) Specification for Foundation Tier. In the first mini-lecture, we learn about how...
Prof. Keith Ball
In this course, Dr Thomas Smith (London School of Economics) explores the causes, impacts and global distribution of wildfires. In the first module, we think about what wildfires are, why they happen, and the extent to which they contribute to...
Dr Thomas Smith
London School of Economics
In this course, Professor Chris Rauh (University of Cambridge) discusses the COVID-19 Pandemic and its impact on both the labour and healthcare markets. In the first module, we look at the impact of the Pandemic on working from home. Then, we look...
Prof. Christopher Rauh
University of Cambridge