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Monthly Archives: December 2010
Sean on Tōdai-ji from YIS Academics on Vimeo. Joshu on Bach from YIS Academics on Vimeo.
Hikaru, Riki & Matthew doing Stevie from YIS Academics on Vimeo. Sunbird, Kento and Matthew playing Drainpipes from YIS Academics on Vimeo.
So you want to study Economics? on Prezi
For any Seinfeld fans out there, this site uses clips from Seinfeld episodes to demonstrate economic concepts and issues. Clearly someone has a lot of time of their hands. Big thanks for Mr Johnston for finding it.
A very interesting site showing ‘up to date’ data on the US economy, including national debt, GDP, budgetary position and unemployment. The precise numbers should be taken with a pinch of salt perhaps, but it’s fascinating viewing.
Here is Geoff Riley’s (Head of Economics at Eton College, UK) list of the top twelve economics books of 2010/11. Why not ask Santa for one?
A fantastic website (with thanks to Mr Snowball for finding it) showing Europe over the ages with explanations of the coalitions and empires which have been created.
Japan produced figures this morning (article) to suggest its economy had expanded enough to regain its long held place as the world’s second largest economy. I’m not sure what all the fuss is about; fifth place is where it’s at!
The latest release from Hans Rosling. He’s gone high-tech! A great watch.