From the PBS documentary series, American Experience. The subject is Henry Ford. This clip is about Henry Ford doubling the workers wage to $5 a day which revolutionize wages for the typical American worker.
We The Economy: Monkey Business
What are the causes of inequality?
In “Monkey Business,” filmmaker Shola Lynch chats with economists from across the political spectrum to help explain the causes of economic inequality, with help from a couple of mammalian friends.
Dangerous Missions: Timber!
Documentary about the many dangers lumberjacks face while doing their work. The impact of the technological advances of chainsaws over the last century in the lumber industry is also highlighted. Great discussion for capital/labor decisions plus scale/substitution effects when capital prices change.
ESPN’s Outside the Lines: Racism in Association Football
Racism in association football (known in the US as soccer) is the abuse of players, officials and fans because of their skin colour, nationality, religion or ethnicity. Some may be targeted (also) because of their association with an opposing team. However, there have been instances of individuals being targeted by their own fans