Multiple videos are available for illustrating economics concepts. Some aim at directly illustrating concepts such as Murray and Nunley (2018) - http://www.econocast.net/. Expósito et al. (2020) show evidence about the benefits of using instructional videos.
Besides, a growing base of the literature suggests using videos from various TV sources to illustrate economic concepts. A very diverse collection of videos is the Economics Media Library presented in Wooten (2018) - https://econ.video/. Other more focused resources are available such as the following.
While longer videos may have more depth than shorter videos, they are at risk of reduced student engagement. Wooten (2020) provides technical solutions to better integrate longer videos, as it proposes to break longer videos into smaller segments to facilitate content integration and classroom discussion.
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