Online Curriculum:
Globalization, Robots, and You

 

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NEW SERIES:

Economists in the Wild

Join us as economists share their adventures in real-world research! First up, David Autor from MIT dives into his research on the rise of superstar firms and their relation to the falling "labor share" of GDP. Is this another sign that the robots are going to rule our economy?

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NEW EPISODE:

Everyday Economics:
The Hidden Cost of Pollution

Everyone knows that pollution is bad. But new economics research now shows it’s even worse than we thought—pollution is making us sick and stupid!

Professor Alex Tabarrok overviews recent research that examines how pollution negatively affects employment, IQ, productivity, and health.

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NEW EPISODE:

Mastering Econometrics: Randomized Trials

MIT’s Josh Angrist introduces us to our most powerful weapon: randomized trials!

Randomized trials are key to the race for COVID vaccines, so it’s a good time to learn how our most powerful ’metrics tool works and why it’s so important.

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NEW RELEASE:

The Economics of Ideas: COVID-19 Vaccine?

During a pandemic, we need new treatments — and fast. Economists often say, “incentives matter”, and that’s true, even in a pandemic.

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NEW EPISODE:

Women in Economics: Janet Yellen

In this video, former Fed Chair Ben Bernanke and UC Berkeley's Christina Romer present Janet Yellen's life and her contributions to policy and academia. Yellen is best known for being the first woman to head the Federal Reserve in its over 100 year history, but she is also a renowned economist, making significant contributions to several different economic fields.

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