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Currency reserves : Speculative Attack on a Currency

By: Sal Khan

Balance of payments. Current account. Capital account. Currency reserves and speculative attacks. This tutorial delves into how and why countries (usually their central banks) would want to keep other countries' currency in reserve. It then goes into why

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Marginal propensity to consume (MPC) : Mathy Version of MPC and Mu...

By: Sal Khan

Generalizing what we did in the last video with more math

Consumption function. Marginal propensity to consume and multiplier. Keynesian Cross and IS-LM model. If you earn a $1, you might spend some fraction of it. This can then be income for someone else. This can keep going. In this tutorial, we'll explore how

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Historical circumstances explained by AD/AS : Cost Push Inflation

By: Sal Khan

How an oil shock can slow the economy while causing inflation

Aggregate demand and aggregate supply. Keynesian thinking. Demand-pull and cost-push inflation. Fiscal and monetary policy. In the last tutorial, we claimed that the aggregate demand and aggregate supply model (AD-AS) would be useful for analyzing macroec

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Interest as the price of money : Interest as Rent for Money

By: Sal Khan

Thinking about interest as the price of money. Looking at money from a supply and demand perspective

Fractional reserve banking and the money supply.

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Balance of payments- current account and capital account : Balance...

By: Sal Khan

Understanding how changes in foreign ownership of assets effects balance of payments

Balance of payments. Current account. Capital account. Currency reserves and speculative attacks. In this tutorial we will see how trade and assets (including money) changing hands are fundamentally intertwined. Not only that, but we will see how this can

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Fractional reserve banking : Overview of Fractional Reserve Banking

By: Sal Khan

Big picture of how money enters circulation and how lending can increase the money supply

Fractional reserve banking and the money supply.

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Balance of payments- current account and capital account : Why Cur...

By: Sal Khan

Intuition behind why the current account and capital account should balance

Balance of payments. Current account. Capital account. Currency reserves and speculative attacks. In this tutorial we will see how trade and assets (including money) changing hands are fundamentally intertwined. Not only that, but we will see how this can

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Aggregate demand and aggregate supply : Aggregate Demand

By: Sal Khan

Understanding how aggregate demand is different from demand for a specific good or service. Justifications for the aggregate demand curve being downward sloping

Aggregate demand and aggregate supply. Keynesian thinking. Demand-pull and cost-push inflation. Fiscal and monetary policy. This tutorial looks at supply and demand in aggregate-from the perspective of the entire economy (not just the market for one good

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Aggregate demand and aggregate supply : Shifts in Aggregate Demand

By: Sal Khan

Factors that might shift aggregate demand

Aggregate demand and aggregate supply. Keynesian thinking. Demand-pull and cost-push inflation. Fiscal and monetary policy. This tutorial looks at supply and demand in aggregate-from the perspective of the entire economy (not just the market for one good

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Keynesian thinking : Risks of Keynesian Thinking

By: Sal Khan

Why Keynesian thinking might not be ideal sometimes

Aggregate demand and aggregate supply. Keynesian thinking. Demand-pull and cost-push inflation. Fiscal and monetary policy. Whether you love him or hate him (or just consider him a friend that you respect but disagree with every-now-and-then), Keynes has

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The business cycle : The Business Cycle

By: Sal Khan

The business cycle and how it may be driven by emotion

Aggregate demand and aggregate supply. Keynesian thinking. Demand-pull and cost-push inflation. Fiscal and monetary policy. Economies never have a long steady march upwards. They constantly oscillate between growth and recession. This tutorial gives a lit

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Currency reserves : Using Reserves to Stabilize Currency

By: Sal Khan

How a central bank could use foreign currency reserves to keep its own currency from devaluing

Balance of payments. Current account. Capital account. Currency reserves and speculative attacks. This tutorial delves into how and why countries (usually their central banks) would want to keep other countries' currency in reserve. It then goes into why

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Components of GDP : Investment and Consumption

By: Sal Khan

Difference between every day and economic notions of investment and consumption

Circular flow of income and expenditure. Gross domestic product. You already understand the circular nature of the economy and how GDP is defined from the last tutorial. Now let's think about how economists define the composition of GDP. In particular, we

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Currency reserves : Financial Crisis in Thailand Caused by Specula...

By: Sal Khan

How a currency crisis in Thailand led to a banking crisis in the 1990s

Balance of payments. Current account. Capital account. Currency reserves and speculative attacks. This tutorial delves into how and why countries (usually their central banks) would want to keep other countries' currency in reserve. It then goes into why

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Components of GDP : Income and Expenditure Views of GDP

By: Sal Khan

Looking at a simple model of an economy

Circular flow of income and expenditure. Gross domestic product. You already understand the circular nature of the economy and how GDP is defined from the last tutorial. Now let's think about how economists define the composition of GDP. In particular, we

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Aggregate demand and aggregate supply : Long-Run Aggregate Supply

By: Sal Khan

Thinking about why aggregate supply may not be influenced by prices in the long-run

Aggregate demand and aggregate supply. Keynesian thinking. Demand-pull and cost-push inflation. Fiscal and monetary policy. This tutorial looks at supply and demand in aggregate-from the perspective of the entire economy (not just the market for one good

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Fractional reserve banking : Weaknesses of Fractional Reserve Lending

By: Sal Khan

Weaknesses of Fractional Reserve Lending

Fractional reserve banking and the money supply.

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Keynesian Cross : Keynesian Cross and the Multiplier

By: Sal Khan

More on shifting aggregate planned expenditures. Connecting to the multiplier

Consumption function. Marginal propensity to consume and multiplier. Keynesian Cross and IS-LM model. We now build on our consumption function models and start to explore ideas of planned expenditures as a function of output. When plotted with the actual

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Consumption function : Consumption Function with Income Dependent ...

By: Sal Khan

Thinking about a consumption function where taxes are also a function of income (which is more realistic than constant taxes)

Consumption function. Marginal propensity to consume and multiplier. Keynesian Cross and IS-LM model. We are steadily building up the tools to understand the Keynesian Cross and the IS-LM model. In this tutorial, we begin to model consumption as a linear

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IS-LM Model : Government Spending and the IS-LM model

By: Sal Khan

How a change in fiscal policy shifts the IS curve

Consumption function. Marginal propensity to consume and multiplier. Keynesian Cross and IS-LM model. In this tutorial, we begin thinking about the impact of real interest rates on planned investment and output. We then use this to help us plot the IS cur

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