The Polish Roundtable Talks and the End of the Cold War [Audio]
Speaker(s): Professor Anne Applebaum, Eugeniusz Smolar, Nigel Thorpe, Professor Vladislav Zubok | The Polish roundtable talks and subsequent elections on 4 June 1989 were a crucial step in ending the Cold War. 25 years later, LSE IDEAS and the Polish Embassy in London invite witnesses of the Polish Democratic Transition to join academics to discuss the importance of the events for Poland, for Europe, and for the world. Anne Applebaum was the Phillippe Roman Chair in History and International Aff
2014 Tech Day - Panel Discussion - Robert van der Hilst, moderator
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Calvert County Business of the Year: Marrick Properties
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Using animation to teach economics
Student initiated visualisation using simple user animation to achieve clearer understanding of difficult economic concepts.
Government Roads, Subsidies, and the Costs of Fracking Embedding enterprise in the curriculum Listen: Religious Pluralism and Values in the Public Sphere Making it happen through commitments Roundtable briefing on the current financial crisis part three of four Mohammed Althani GLS 2010 interview 2. The Longest Outdoor Escalator (That’s Amore!) Nora Ephron LaSalle at the Portage Landing St Joseph River, Dec. 5, 1679 Lecture 37 - Money and the Economy 2 Information and Service Design Symposium Land! Water! Sky! Oh My! Caribbean Dance Bank of England at Warwick Lecture 29 - 11/12/2010 Mentor or Martyr? Beware the Rescuer Trap
A result of a complex system of subsidies and other government favors, it is unclear that fracking would be sustainable in a truly free marketplace, writes Sal Ahmed. This audio Mises Daily is narrated by Clay Barnett.
This presentation discusses the pioneering approach to the embedding of enterprise in the curriculum through people and pedagogy
Lenn Goodman, professor of philosophy and the Andrew W. Mellon Professor in the Humanities, has a new book, Religious Pluralism and Values in the Public Sphere (Cambridge University, 2014), in which he argues that our commitments to our own ideals and norms need not mean dogmatism or intolerance. Goodman contends that we can respect onekeep reading »
In the third of a four part series Don Sull, Associate Professor of Management Practice, speaks with Marcel Telles of InBev about 'closing the gap between strategy and execution'
Professor Elroy Dimson provides a historical perspective on the financial crisis at an Investment Management Club roundtable briefing on the financial crisis
His Excellency Sheikh Mohammed Althani (SEP50), President, Qatar-Connect, on what we can learn from emerging markets
Jane’s friend and VIP Member Maria Tereza called from Italy, where she’s studying art, and reported a news about the longest outdoor escalator from her native country Colombia. She said she loves our new “That’s Amore!” series as she finds it very useful and entertaining, and she would really enjoy listening to some news in [...]
There's no single title good enough for Nora Ephron. She is a film director, producer, screenwriter, novelist, author, blogger, and creator some of America's most enduring romantic comedies: Sleepless in Seattle, When Harry Met Sally, and You've Got Mail. Now, Nora Ephron has a new book of essays, "I Remember Nothing and Other Reflections." In this episode of Conversations, Enrique Cerna talks with Ephron about her books, her movies, and what's next. 5/31/2012
Rene-Robert Cavelier, Sieur de La Salle followed in the steps of Marquette as he explored the portage on the St. Joseph River and the Kankakee. The original mural is on the wall of the St. Joseph County Courthouse.,St. Joseph County Journey
ECO 155: Principles of Macroeconomics - Lecture Videos - Lecture 37 - Money and the Economy 2 - Missouri State University > COMPLETE COURSES > ECO 155: Principles of Macroeconomics > Lecture Videos > Lecture 37 - Money and the Economy 2
The UC Berkeley School of Information hosts a symposium to launch the new Information and Service Design (ISD) program at the I School. The symposium features the best graduate student papers on the Information and Services Economy. Introducing the ISD Program and the Symposium AnnaLee Saxenian, Dean, School of Information Bob Glushko, Adjunct Professor, School of Information Christo Sims - Defining Services for Designers This paper is part of a larger effort to improve methodologies for servic
This lesson focuses on the importance of airplanes in today's society. Airplanes of all shapes and sizes are used for hundreds of different reasons, including recreation, commercial business, public transportation, and delivery of goods, among many others. From transporting people to crop-dusting, our society and our economy have come to depend on airplanes. Students will discuss their own experiences with airplanes and learn more about the role of airplanes in our world.
Students perform during the Americas Regional Night on March 1, 2014.
Two leading economists, Professor Andrew Sentance and Paul Fisher, both Members of the Bank of England's Monetary Policy Committee discussed the UK economy and the work of the MPC at the University of Warwick's Business School on 20th October. The event was introduced by Professor Mark Taylor, Dean of WBS and chaired by Professor Andrew Oswald.
Are you addicted to helping others or is your mentor relationship creating unhealthy levels of interference? Perhaps you’ve fallen victim to the Rescuer Syndrome.
Embedding enterprise in the curriculum
Listen: Religious Pluralism and Values in the Public Sphere
Making it happen through commitments
Roundtable briefing on the current financial crisis part three of four
Mohammed Althani GLS 2010 interview
2. The Longest Outdoor Escalator (That’s Amore!)
LaSalle at the Portage Landing St Joseph River, Dec. 5, 1679
Lecture 37 - Money and the Economy 2
Information and Service Design Symposium
Land! Water! Sky! Oh My!
Bank of England at Warwick
Lecture 29 - 11/12/2010
Mentor or Martyr? Beware the Rescuer Trap