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Economics & Business


The Gini Coefficient

The Gini Coefficient

State of Disruption

Essential viewing for students of Economics, this concise video explains how the Gini coefficient and Lorenz curve are used to calculate the degree of income or wealth inequality within a nation or any other set of people. Using a clear animated...Show More
Economics and 'Women's Work'

Economics and 'Women's Work'

State of Disruption

With its origins tracing back to the Industrial Revolution, this video takes viewers through a timeline of the economic gender gap in relation to the workforce and income parity. While marked improvements have occurred over the last 250 years for...Show More
Economics and Climate Change

Economics and Climate Change

State of Disruption

A healthy and growing economy, though socially and politically beneficial, has detrimental trade-offs environmentally. Unpredicted by economists of the last century, the drive of governments to increase GDP without consideration of the planet or...Show More
The Economics of Racial Inequality

The Economics of Racial Inequality

State of Disruption

Racial inequality refers not only to how citizens are treated within society, but also the access they have to wealth and income. And, while racial inequalities in economics have already come some way, the recent and ongoing Black Lives Matter...Show More
Economic Booms and Busts

Economic Booms and Busts

State of Disruption

Economic booms and busts have widespread global consequences. Clearly defining and exploring concepts including real and nominal GDP, inflation, unemployment, recession and consumer confidence, this video looks at the factors that influence the...Show More
Factors of Production

Factors of Production

The Economics of Agriculture

For an agricultural business to be financially viable, expenditure on land, labour and capital is key. This video looks at the approaches taken by a wool farm and a beef farm towards these three factors of production. Featuring insight from...Show More
The Role of Government

The Role of Government

The Economics of Agriculture

Government’s role in agriculture aims to ensure that there are consistent standards of safety, ethical practice, and financial stability across the sector. This video spotlights the impact of levies, tariffs, taxation and other legislation on...Show More
The Laws of Supply and Demand

The Laws of Supply and Demand

The Economics of Agriculture

The laws of supply and demand can be manipulated to the benefit or detriment of a business, including in agricultural contexts. This video explores the laws of demand and supply and the scarcity principle in relation to wool and beef. Featuring...Show More
Agricultural Markets

Agricultural Markets

The Economics of Agriculture

As in all international markets, the price of agricultural goods is determined by their supply and demand. Spotlighting wool and beef markets, this video discusses domestic and international markets, value adding and economic disruption and...Show More
Sustainable Cattle Feeding

Sustainable Cattle Feeding

Agriculture and the Triple Bottom Line

A triple bottom line approach that incorporates social and environmental responsibility can help businesses sustain their financial success in the long term. This video looks at sustainability in relation to feeding cattle for the dairy and beef...Show More
Triple Bottom Line in Action: Wattle Park Merino Wool Farm

Triple Bottom Line in Action: Wattle Park Merino Wool Farm

Agriculture and the Triple Bottom Line

A successful triple bottom line approach allows farmers to balance their environmental, social and financial goals. This video looks at sustainability and social responsibility on the Wattle Park wool farm in Mooralla, with insight from wool...Show More
What Makes a Sustainable Agriculture Business?

What Makes a Sustainable Agriculture Business?

Agriculture and the Triple Bottom Line

A sustainable business approach that considers people, planet and profit can be particularly important in the agricultural sector. This video introduces the idea of the triple bottom line, how it applies to agricultural businesses and its...Show More
SWOT Analysis

SWOT Analysis

Strategic Tools for Business

In business, a thorough understanding of an organisation’s strengths, weaknesses, opportunities and threats in both internal and external environments is crucial. This video introduces the SWOT analysis and how it can be a helpful evaluative...Show More
Lewin's Force Field Analysis

Lewin's Force Field Analysis

Strategic Tools for Business

Successful businesses must continually adapt, and change requires a deep understanding of driving and restraining forces. This video examines Lewin’s Force Field analysis and how it can be used to evaluate whether change is feasible. Through a...Show More
PESTLE Analysis

PESTLE Analysis

Strategic Tools for Business

Although external factors are outside of a business’ control, it is still important for them to consider political, economic, social, technological, legal and environmental/ethical factors. This video explores the PESTLE analysis and how it can...Show More
Porter's Generic Strategies

Porter's Generic Strategies

Strategic Tools for Business

A competitive advantage is highly valuable in business and choosing between a cost/differentiation or leadership/focus strategy can be a way of achieving this. This video introduces Porter’s Generic Strategies and how they are helpful for...Show More
CSR in Action: Benefits and Limitations

CSR in Action: Benefits and Limitations

Corporate Social Responsibility

Corporate social responsibility has the potential to create lasting positive changes in the communities with which a business interacts, increase an organisation’s trustworthiness and the fulfilment of their employees. However, CSR comes at a...Show More
CSR and the Triple Bottom Line

CSR and the Triple Bottom Line

Corporate Social Responsibility

Coined in the early 1990s, the term ‘triple bottom line’ is often used in dialogue around corporate social responsibility to define the three interrelated areas by which modern companies should measure their success: people, planet and...Show More
Carroll's CSR Pyramid

Carroll's CSR Pyramid

Corporate Social Responsibility

Carroll’s Corporate Social Responsibility Pyramid has long been used as the framework through which to think about a business’ economic, social and environmental responsibilities. In this comprehensive video, students will be guided through...Show More
CSR and Stakeholders

CSR and Stakeholders

Corporate Social Responsibility

With Marks & Spencer providing an invaluable case study of how corporate social responsibility is applied in a real, multi-national context, this video explores the sometimes complex relationship between stakeholders and CSR. Students will gain...Show More
Cash Flow: Problems and Management

Cash Flow: Problems and Management

Financial Reporting for Business

Without positive cash flow, businesses can find themselves in a dire financial situation: a cash flow crisis. This video looks at the cash flow forecast as a way for a business to predict its expenses and revenue and put effective measures in...Show More
Cash Flow

Cash Flow

Financial Reporting for Business

Cash flow is integral to any business and ensuring that more cash flows in than flows out is the fundamental rule of successful operations. An ideal resource for senior secondary and TAFE students of Accounting and Business, this video explores...Show More
Profit and Loss Statements: Revenue, Expenses & Profit

Profit and Loss Statements: Revenue, Expenses & Profit

Financial Reporting for Business

In this video, senior secondary and TAFE students of Accounting and Business will find accessible and contextual definitions by industry experts of three key accounting terms - revenue, expenses and profit - and how these factors interrelate in...Show More
Profit and Loss Statements

Profit and Loss Statements

Financial Reporting for Business

This short video introduces the profit and loss statement as one measure of a business's performance. Though visual examples and succinct explanations by industry experts, students taking Accounting and Business courses at the senior secondary...Show More
Balance Sheets: Assets and Liabilities

Balance Sheets: Assets and Liabilities

Financial Reporting for Business

Presenting clear and consise definitions of a balance sheet's key components by industry experts, this short video will aid students in senior secondary and TAFE Accounting and Business courses to understand the difference between current and...Show More