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Global Economy

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China Rising
From Curriki
Economics correspondent, Paul Solmon, reports from China.It shows how the Chinese are now becoming more capitalistic and their economy is growing at an alarming rate. Schools, manufacturing, business...all becoming a leader in the world economy.
June 30, 2009 at 01:00 PM
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How Containerization Shaped the Modern World
From ted.com, produced by TED education
Sometimes a single unlikely idea can have massive impact across the world. Sir Harold Evans, the author of They Made America, describes how frustration drove Malcom McLean, a small-town truck driver, to invent the shipping container. Containerizati... [more]
July 24, 2012 at 04:24 PM
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The Globalization of Food • Explained With Maps
From YouTube
Today we have a look at the Globalization of Food and its consequences for society and health. (The audio quality could be better.) (10:17)
January 11, 2015 at 02:12 PM
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Pricey Bargains
From youtube.com, produced by edeos- digital education
Climate change, species extinction, pollution and poverty: The world seems to go down the drain! There are many reasons for these problems. One reason of particular importance is rooted deep in our economic system. This video explains it. (05:23)
January 26, 2016 at 10:32 AM
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The Real China Challenge Lecture Series
From YouTube, produced by The Washington Quarterly
Dr Alexander T J Lennon, Editor-in-chief of Washington Quarterly speaks on "The Real China Challenge" at CPPR Quarterly Lecture Series. Dr Lennon speaks on how China is emerging as a major economic power which countries like USA and Europe are closel... [more]
March 28, 2013 at 12:55 AM
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Money -- Crash Course, World History 202
From YouTube, produced by crashcourse
So, what is money? And what is it for? And why do we use money? And why does it all disappear so quickly after payday? John Green will look into 75% of these questions, and if he doesn't come up with answers, we'll get into some interesting ideas alo... [more]
July 19, 2014 at 10:40 AM
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Global Economy
From teachertube.com
This video (put out by a teacher or professor) uses slides and narration to explain how we have a global economy, beginning with the economic agreements right after WWII to the internet.
April 28, 2010 at 07:30 PM
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Ireland Bailout Will Raise Taxes, Cut Jobs
From cbsnews.com, produced by CBS
This two minute video shows the impact of the recession on the people of Ireland. It is a news story with interviews and insights that might be of use to students in economics classes to show cause and effect relationships.
October 10, 2011 at 11:39 AM
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