A video my group made as a part of a project. Viral video for the marketing economist education at tietgenskolen.
Please leave a comment. What do you think? it's version 1, so some mistakes can be made.
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Barack Obama takes the Guacuses, Obama wants to give the Teamsters a break, and Hillary Clinton doesn’t put her lot in with economists.
The Economist, which has been quickly expanding online, is creating original online video with a weekly series entitled "Tea with the Economist." In Washington last week, I spoke with Brendan Greeley, the publication's multimedia editor. He is based in the Washington bureau, where he supervises the series and other programs.
Andy Plesser, Executive Editor
*******thomascrampton**** Matthew Bishop of The Economist shares his expectations for annual meeting at the World Economic Forum in Davos.
The free market of legal bribery meets with the moral approval of the magazine the 'Economist'.
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The Economist is back with a new campaign in India which invites its readers to 'interpret' the communication they see.
This is a video of an online event with Alison Goddard, Education Correspondent for The Economist, on Thursday 8 September. The audience is made up of ESL students from around the world and teachers. The video was taken in real time in English City our virtual world for learning English.
Alison reports on schools and universities in Britain and worldwide. She is particularly interested in how different education systems function, and the role of education in economic growth and social mobility.
Alison has worked for other high profile publications including The Times Higher Education Supplement and for New Scientist as a freelance journalist. She has a degree in physics and another in politics, philosophy and history, and a masters degree in science communication.
Mike Solly, ELT expert and teacher at Languagelab, spoke to Alison on a range of topical issues and about her role at The Economist.
Topics included her thoughts on the links between education, economic growth and social mobility, the current reputation of print journalists following the News of the World phone hacking scandal, and her opinion on the strengths and weaknesses of British education.
Charles Goddard, Editorial Director for the Economist - World Oceans Summit, Capella Singapore.
As part of MEDIAmobz's ongoing commitment to our oceans and issues revolving around sustainability and amplifying those stories through digital storytelling, we were pleased to be designated Multi-Media Sponsor of The Economist's first annual World Oceans Summit.
Sylvia Earle, National Geographic Society at The Economist's World Oceans Summit, Capella Singapore.
More at tax would be offset with breaks on income tax
Don't feel bad dude. Most of us feel the exact same way about this screwed up economy.
Thank to :
Charlie Schmidt's "Keyboard Cat"!
Eight globally recognized and distinguished scientists economists, and thought leaders discuss the benefit of GM crops on subsistence farming in developing countries. The Conversations about Plant Biotechnology Web site offers information about GM farming technology through video podcasts with farmers and experts from around the world.
An interview webcast featuring BT Financial's Chief Economist Chris Caton and interviewer
Danielle Edwards. This interview addresses questions and answers relating to the current global economic markets and the financial crisis.
Export Development Canada's chief economist Peter Hall talks to an audience of Northern Ontario business professionals at Sudbury's Holiday Inn, April 2009.
Watch Nicholas G. Carr (aka Nick), the author of The Big Switch: Rewiring the World, From Edison to Google, elaborating on the relevance of Government intervention to make the next big move in Cloud Computing. HCL Technologies' VP - Marketing Anubhav Saxena gets involved in a conversation with Nick to get his views as an 'economist' on the creative potential of Cloud