Economics - 2

The Chinese Bubble

The Chinese Bubble

2011, Economics

Don't let the glittering towers, luxury houses and neon skylines fool you. While China has undergone a profound economic transformation in recent decades, the flashy facade of wealth hides a much more complicated reality which is currently being...

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Capitalizing Happiness

Capitalizing Happiness

2016, Economics

Ricardo Semler is a wealthy and successful man. He's one of the world's most influential entrepreneurs. He's the majority owner of Semco Partners, one of the most profitable companies in Brazil. He's the author of the global bestseller Maverick, an...

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How Capitalism is Killing Itself

How Capitalism is Killing Itself

2016, Economics

Even 133 years after his death, the teachings of philosopher Karl Marx seem more relevant today than ever before. They've also gained in popularity. In a recent survey, 43% of young Americans under the age of 30 voiced favorable leanings to the notion...

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The Bitcoin Gospel

The Bitcoin Gospel

2015, Economics

A devoted group of entrepreneurs and activists believe they see the writing on the wall, and they're determined to add a new chapter. In their view, the world banks and governments harbor too much control over the financial vitality of the masses. But...

7.91
TTIP: Might is Right

TTIP: Might is Right

2015, Economics

The Transatlantic Trade and Investment Partnership, or TTIP, is a free trade agreement currently under negotiations between Europe and the United States. As shown in the insightful new documentary TTIP: Might is Right, this agreement has stirred a...

8.69
Money for Free

Money for Free

2015, Economics

Money for Free makes the case for a new economic system intended to minimize financial inequalities by introducing viewers to the concept of a guaranteed basic income. By highlighting social experiments currently taking place, the filmmakers introduce...

6.70
Can We Do It Ourselves?

Can We Do It Ourselves?

2015, Economics

Can We Do It Ourselves focuses on economic philosophy with an emphasis on the concept of economic democracy. The film helps viewers understand the difference between a market economy in which consumer demand drives a company's supply of goods and...

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Millionaire Basement Wars

Millionaire Basement Wars

2015, Economics

Even viewers who revel in witnessing the luxurious lifestyles of the outrageously wealthy may be surprised to discover the latest trend currently sweeping the home design industry in London. For those with a sizeable pocketbook and a bit of...

7.66
How to Win the Loser's Game

How to Win the Loser's Game

2014, Economics

Pensions and how they're managed by funds managers in the UK are the major focus of the documentary, How to Win The Loser's Game. It has a sort of news meets education film feel, and is meant to inform, as well as to expose a flaw in the way the...

8.57
Princes of the Yen

Princes of the Yen

2014, Economics

"Central banks have the power to create economic, political and social change. This is how they do it." This passage opens the film, and that is precisely what non-partisan political and socio-economic documentarian group QueuePolitely puts under the...

7.75
Who Took Down Stockton?

Who Took Down Stockton?

2014, Economics

Stockton, California boasts the most foreclosures in America and is the most bankrupt city in national history. This short documentary seeks to discover the cause behind the intended rise and subsequent fall of a city run into the ground by a...

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