INFORMATION CLEARING HOUSE. NEWS, COMMENTARY & INSIGHT bernerzeitung.ch: Nichts verpassen UNdata Public Lectures and Events: podcasts and videos - Public lectures and events - Channels Other ways to catch-up with LSE's public event podcasts and videos Visit our SoundCloud page or Mixcloud page, subscribe on iTunes or iTunesU, subscribe to our YouTube channel or add this RSS feed to your podcast app. Older public event podcasts and videos In addition to the podcasts listed here a catalogue of more than six hundred public event podcasts and videos dating from 1990 to 2006 can be found in the LSE Digital Library. Forthcoming events See the public events website, or view an RSS feed of forthcoming events, or follow events on Twitter. Everyday Sexism Recorded on: 11 October 2016 Speaker(s): Laura Bates Laura Bates will talk about the everyday sexism project, with a particular focus on students at university, and women... Play | Download: Audio Why Washington Won't Work Recorded on: 5 October 2016 Speaker(s): Professor Marc Hetherington Marc Hetherington examines why Americans today viscerally dislike and distrust the party opposite the one they identify... Play | Download: Audio
WBI Governance & Anti-Corruption The World Bank views good governance and anti-corruption as important to its poverty alleviation mission. Many governance and anti-corruption initiatives are taking place throughout the World Bank Group. They focus on internal organizational integrity, minimizing corruption on World Bank-funded projects, and assisting countries in improving governance and controlling corruption. Combining participatory action-oriented learning, capacity-building tools, and the power of data, the World Bank Institute (WBI), in collaboration with other units in the World Bank Group, supports countries in improving governance and controlling corruption. We also provide policy and institutional advice and support to countries in their formulation of action programs.Using a strategic and multidisciplinary approach, we apply action-learning methods to link empirical diagnostic surveys,their practical application, collective action, and prevention.
IHS Global Insight Changing market environments, significant volatility and constant uncertainty create difficult challenges—and opportunities—for every organization worldwide. Building on unrivaled coverage of the economic, industry and risk landscape, Economics & Country Risk enables clients—large and small—to identify growth, plan accurately and navigate uncertainty. IHS Markit partners with corporate companies to help them identify new trends, size growth opportunities, monitor risk and opportunity ratio, conduct market assessments, plan for alternate scenarios and secure their business continuity. Our solutions enable clients to better allocate resources, capitalize on change and build an integrated, enterprise-wide approach to risk. We support insurance and reinsurance companies to enter new markets, enhance risk selection and technical pricing, optimize capacity allocation, support reinsurance decisions and manage investments. Advanced Country Analysis & Forecasting (AdCAF)
Start What are the Implications of Economic Activity on Society? | Challoners Geography The poor in both, developed and developing countries, are affected in both positive and negative effects of globalisation. The effects in developed countries include the fall in wages, increased unemployment among the low skilled labour force, the training of unskilled and improved their labour productivity, while in developing countries outsourcing and increased trade may have positive impacts on employment, productivity, technology transfer and living standards. Therefore, will increase the quality of life in a place with a good economy, which will have a positive effect on society. In developed countries, the poor enjoy better social safety net, for example in the Uk there are benefit systems, whereas in the developing countries they lack such protection, therefore the place cannot develop as people cannot get out of poverty. In MEDCS, they economy is good, therefore governments are spending more money on better technology. by Isabella Paschaly