Our videos provide the latest economic updates and business insights, hosted by our economic specialists.
Ian Wootton talks to NHS Confederation Chief Executive, Mike Farrar and PwC's Ed Bramley-Harker about how the reimbursement system could improve health services.
Ian Wootton talks to David Bennett, Chairman and Interim Chief Executive at Monitor about their new role to regulate pricing in the NHS.
Leaders can transform their impact by putting behaviours at the heart of leadership. David Lancefield, Mark Dawson and Carlo Gagliardi set out how we suggest you do it.
At our third annual debt portfolio conference, a number of leading experts and key influencers shared their insights into the current market and where it may be heading, including Bill Winters, CEO, Renshaw Bay and Andrew Sentance, former member of the Bank of England Monetary Policy Committee.
Sir Roy McNulty talks about how to align incentives to ensure all stakeholders are focused on a common purpose, and shares his views on how the rail industry of 2026 will compare with the industry today.
Jonathan Djanogly, the Parliamentary Under Secretary of State shares his views on the changes that the Legal Services Act will bring for customers and law firms
We asked Nick Bosanquet, Professor of Health Policy at Imperial College London, to share his view on the case for healthcare competition, how competition is evolving and the role that Monitor can play in supporting greater competition.
We asked Tom Le Quesne, WWF to share his views on reforms needed to address water scarcity issues and the impact on the water sector.
John Hawksworth, PwC Chief Economist, discusses public sector progress following the Spending Review, including the key policy options the Coalition should consider to keep the fiscal plans on track, and kick-start growth.
We asked Peter Freeman, Chairman of the Competition, about his views on the planned merger of the OFT and Competition Commission and what the benefits and challenges such a merger would bring.
John Hawksworth, Richard Snook and Robert Vaughan share their views on the impact of a turbulent summer on the future prospects for the world and UK economies.
David Lancefield, Yael Selfin and John Hawksworth give their views on prospects for the global and UK economies, and implications for business.
Our specialists explain how Government plans to make sure the UK has the best broadband access in Europe, what the key challenges are in implementing this and the role that market competition can play in supporting this.
Richard French, Ronan O’Regan and Karen Dawson discuss what the Government's white paper on Electricity Market Reform and what it means for the sector and the progress made so far in approaching the government’s ambitious targets.
Our specialists explain what country risk is, how to quantify it and what organisations should do to ensure they accurately assess country risk to both mitigate loss in value and to seize opportunities.
David Lancefield and Duncan Wardley examine the role of brands, how to engage customers and employees to deliver on the brand promise and how to measure the impact.
Tim Ogier discusses the wide ranging implications of Green growth for all businesses and governments with Andrew Thurley and Melissa Carrington.
Julian Smith and Daniel Hanson talk to Paul McMahon, Deputy Director of Markets at the Office of Rail Regulation about fair pricing, setting fair access charges and using incentives to drive desired behaviour.