Economics - 4

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...

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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...

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The Foods that Make Billions

The Foods that Make Billions

2010, Economics

The Foods that Make Billions is a series looking at how big business feeds us. Starting with a look at the bottled water industry, moving through cereals and finally looking at yoghurt, these three episodes explore the history...

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How We Made Our Millions

How We Made Our Millions

2011, Economics

Is the question that everyone wants an answer to. What is the secret to extraordinary success? Is it grit, is it determination, luck, or is it who you actually know? Peter Jones has been in business now for some thirty years...

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Hidden Secrets of Money

Hidden Secrets of Money

2013, Economics

Your real riches are your time and independence. Money is just an instrument for buying your time. It's a canister to hold your financial power until you're prepared and comfortable enough to re-distribute it or use it. But the...

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How the Economic Machine Works

How the Economic Machine Works

2013, Economics

The economy operates like a very simple apparatus. But most of the people can't fathom it - or they don't assent on how it really functions- and this has produced a lot of unnecessary economic agony. Ray Dalio had a profound...

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Not Business As Usual

Not Business As Usual

2014, Economics

The traditional form of capitalism is putting a product or service to the market and making money. However, some businessmen contemplate that the real entrepreneurship is to figure out how the world is better off because of...

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Wage Crisis

Wage Crisis

2013, Economics

The American working underclass has been under extreme tension for some time. Now with politicians not inclined to increase the minimum wage and food stamps stretched thin, the social ramification could be disastrous. The...

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The Wall Street Code

The Wall Street Code

2013, Economics

The heartbeat of the financial world is powered by technology. Behind this elusive curtain of algorithms and computer codes operate the real pioneers of Wall Street: the cyber geeks whose efforts could mean the difference...

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Getting Rich

Getting Rich

2006, Economics

It is one of the most extraordinary transformations of our time - China. A country long in the grip of communism is now devoted to private enterprise. That is what they had to do for the ordinary people of China to become...

China or Bust

China or Bust

2007, Economics

China - a superpower emerging at breakneck speed. It's the Holy Grail for risk-taking entrepreneurs. Every day, hundreds of British businessmen arrive full of hope and expectation. It's the land of opportunity. It's a place...

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Four Horsemen

Four Horsemen

2012, Economics

As an elite class rules with unparalleled power and unchecked corruption, and a general population sits narcotized by a widespread sense of apathy, America seems doomed to fall as many other empires have done throughout...

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The World's Richest City

The World's Richest City

2013, Economics

Singapore is a playground for the mega rich; the place to park their wealth. As people get more affluent, they want to look at more luxury items, better homes, better cars, and better yachts. Billionaires, tycoons and big...

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