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  1. Nigel Watson

    The Financial Crisis

    I teach 6th Formers A Level Economics. Each year I volunteer (unpaid) to run extension classes with some of the more enthusiastic members of the Upper Sixth. The goal is to go beyond the rather simplistic (Keynesian dominated) A Level specification. Today was my first session for this year's Upper Sixth and I opted to show them this: Overdose the next financial crisis http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=4ECi6WJpbzE&feature=player_embedded They loved it, and after we finished watching it we had a useful discussion that went into why the Keynesian policies tried to date have failed. Next week I'm thinking about showing them this: Debtocracy I guess at some point I'll also show Inside job So what I'd like to ask you is......................... What film or documentary do you think is the most interesting that you've watched on the on-going financial crisis?
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