Banking On The Future: The Fall And Rise Of Central Banking.
Not long ago, national central banks were endowed with wide-ranging authority, enormous prestige, and a high degree of independence. Today, in the aftermath of the global financial crisis, rethinking their functioning and their modus operandi is both natural and needed. Howard Davies and David Green write on this issue with authority, reflecting their practical experience, political sensitivity, and high analytic skills.
The Effect of a New Teacher Induction Program on New Teachers Reported Teacher Goals for Excellence,
Bonnie Perry, Karen Hayes
Over the past twenty years there has been a decline in the number of minority teachers entering and remaining in the teaching profession. While the overall teacher shortage is worrisome for […]
China in the Global Economic Crisis
Through the stress test of this global economic crisis, it is China's performance that has continued to drive the global economy forwards. Is this likely to continue or will the sceptics of China's so-far enduring economic success be finally proven right? Danny Quah is professor of economics at LSE.
South Korea stages defence drill
South Korea stages its largest ever civil defence drill as tensions mount on the Korean peninsula.
McDonald's Chinese birthday
Restaurant chain McDonald's is marking its 20th anniversary in China with plans to double its size in the world's fastest growing economy.
Power Shift: West to East
The world is tilting away from the West to the East, from the United States to China, from the Transatlantic to the Pacific. Or is it? LSE experts with very different answers to these questions will battle it out in an open forum. Professor Michael Cox is Co- Director of LSE IDEAS and Professor of International Relations at LSE. Professor Westad is a professor at the London School of Economics and Political Science (LSE) and an expert on Chinese international affairs.
Biofilms 1 Tech Paper Presentation 2/5
Herrington et al., 2010: paper presented by Biofilms 1 team in 20.380, Spring 2011
15 Feb 2011: U.S. Human Spaceflight: Continuity and Stability
On Feb. 1, 2010, the Obama administration announced its plan to develop a new commercial manned spaceflight capability; NASA subsequently awarded $50 million in grants to five private firms as a first step to implement the vision of turning over space transportation to the commercial sector. Virginia A. Barnes, president and CEO of United Space Alliance, and George Jeffs, a member of the Space Shuttle Management Independent Review Team, will lead a panel discussion on the viability of flying the
TED415 Session 6 Spring 2011
TED415 Multicultural Education Session Six 02/27/11 Jeff Miller
STS-133 Daily Mission Recap - Flight Day 5
A video recap of flight day 5 of the STS-133 mission of space shuttle Discovery to the International Space Station.
Reality check: an uphill struggle to halve greenhouse gas emissions by 2050
Do today's global energy efficiency initiatives work? "Insufficiently ambitious," says Nobuo Tanaka, Executive Director of the International Energy Agency. So what do we need to address the challenge of climate change?
Brainstorming! by the Imagination Movers
While this video is mainly for young children, it adequately explains the first step of the writing process, brainstorming, in a way that is fun and easily remembered. With lyrics like "there's no bad ideas when your brainstorming," even young, reluctant writers will enjoy this step. (0:55)
Sesame Street-"I Don't Want to Live on the Moon"
In this classic 1978 Sesame Street Video, Ernie sings about the moon, the sea, and the jungle. He sings about all the good things that are there but doesn't want to live there. This is a fun resource for young students and can open the door to good classroom discussions.
Noose tightens on Gaddafi
Pressure mounts on Tripoli as more cities are now under rebel control. Deborah Lutterbeck reports.
Norse Mythology: The Creation of The World, Part 2 of 2
This episode discusses the conflicts the beings encountered with each other. Video is a series of pictures and illustrations with musical sound track, beautifully narrated by a male with an English accent. Part 2 of 2 (5:24)
På tisdagen handlade Klartext om oroligheterna i Libyen. Vi berättade också att många ungdomar på ungdomshem säljer sex.
Lesson #038, Wednesday Il presidente dorme in chiesa? = Does the president sleep in church? (Voi) Partite per l'italia domani? = Do you leave for Italy tomorrow? (Tu) Apri la finestra. = You open the window. (Noi) Apriamo la lettera. = We open the letter. (Io) Parto domani. = I leave tomorrow. Il professore apre la porta. = The professor opens the door. (Voi) Dormite sempre in classe. = You (plural) always sleep in class. (Voi) Finite la lezione oggi. = You (plural)
Il presidente dorme in chiesa? = Does the president sleep in church?
(Voi) Partite per l'italia domani? = Do you leave for Italy tomorrow?
(Tu) Apri la finestra. = You open the window.
(Noi) Apriamo la lettera. = We open the letter.
(Io) Parto domani. = I leave tomorrow.
Il professore apre la porta. = The professor opens the door.
(Voi) Dormite sempre in classe. = You (plural) always sleep in class.
(Voi) Finite la lezione oggi. = You (plural)
01.03.2011 – Langsam gesprochene Nachrichten
Trainieren Sie Ihr Hörverstehen mit authentischen Materialien. Nutzen Sie die Nachrichten der Deutschen Welle von Dienstag – als Text und als verständlich gesprochene Audio-Datei.BERLIN: Verteidigungsminister zu Guttenberg legt nach Informationen der "Bild"-Zeitung sein Amt noch an diesem Dienstag nieder. Ein entsprechendes Rücktrittsgesuch habe er bereits bei Bundeskanzlerin Merkel eingereicht. Auch das Bundespräsidialamt sei über Guttenbergs geplanten Schritt schon informiert worden. Da
Song: Chori Chori Hum Gori Se
Hindi songs are fun to listen to. But sometimes they can be difficult to understand. One of our listeners asked for an episode about the song Chori Chori Hum Gori Se from the movie "The Guru". In this lesson Kavitha explains the meanings of the words.
The fate of Lucie Blackman
The Tokyo correspondent for the Times discusses his book about the brutal murder of a young British woman in Japan