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Financial Crisis Case Studies

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This course covers various financial crisis case studies, explaining events such as the Great Depression, Enron Scandal, Dot Com Bubble, Great Recession, and more in one-minute segments. The course aims to help learners understand the causes and consequences of financial crises, explore concepts like sovereign debt, mortgage-backed securities, and collateralized debt obligations, and analyze current economic issues like deglobalization and post-pandemic consumer behavior changes. The teaching method involves concise explanations of complex topics, making it suitable for individuals interested in economics, finance, history, and current affairs.

Syllabus

The Great Depression Explained in One Minute.
Stagflation Explained in One Minute.
The Stock Market Crash of 1987 (Black Monday) Explained in One Minute.
The Enron Scandal Explained in One Minute: Corporate Recklessness, Lies and Bankruptcy.
The Dot Com Bubble Explained in One Minute.
The Great Recession (2007 - 2008 Global Financial Crisis) Explained in One Minute.
The Dutch Tulip Mania (aka Tulipomania, aka Tulip Bubble) Explained in One Minute.
The South Sea Company Asset Bubble of Great Britain Explained in One Minute.
John Law's Mississippi Company in One Minute: From Economic Miracle to Bubble and Ultimately Scam.
The Florida Real Estate Bubble of the 1920s (AKA '20s Land Boom and Bust) Explained in One Minute.
The Treaty of Versailles Explained in One Minute: From German/Weimar Republic Hyperinflation to WWII.
Franklin Delano Roosevelt's (FDR's) New Deal Explained in One Minute.
The Resource Curse (Paradox of Plenty) Explained: Definition/Meaning, Examples (Dutch Disease), etc..
Sovereign Debt (National, Government or Public Debt) Explained in One Minute: From Meaning to Crisis.
Sovereign Debt (National, Government or Public Debt) Explained in One Minute: From Meaning to Crisis.
Mortgage-Backed Securities (MBS) Explained in One Minute: Did We Learn Our Lesson?.
The "Big Three" Credit Rating Agencies in One Minute: Standard & Poor's/S&P, Moody's and Fitch Group.
Collateralized Debt Obligations (CDOs) Explained in One Minute: Definition, Risk, Tranches, etc..
Financial Crisis vs. Economic Crisis: One Minute Explanation/Comparison (Definition, Examples, etc.).
How Low Can Interest Rates Go? A One Minute Perspective on "Modern-Day" Central Banking Limits.
Why Wasn't "Money Printing" (Fed, ECB, etc.) Followed by High Inflation? A One Minute Explanation.
From Deflationary Shock/Crash to Inflationary Spiral: A One Minute "Deflation to Inflation" Scenario.
Is Hyperinflation a Threat for the United States or European Union Nations? A One Minute Perspective.
Negative Oil Prices Explained in One Minute: From Demand Shock to Futures Market "Fine Print".
Was the COVID-19 Pandemic a Black Swan or White Swan Event?.
Deglobalization Explained in One Minute: Definition, Examples and 2020 Context.
Will the 2020 Economic Crisis Turn into a Great or Greater Depression? A One Minute Perspective.
Will the 2020 Economic Crisis Turn into a Great or Greater Depression? A One Minute Perspective.
The Economics Behind Civil Unrest Explained in One Minute: From 2020 Realities to Long-Term Issues.
The Economics Behind Civil Unrest Explained in One Minute: From 2020 Realities to Long-Term Issues.
Will the Dollar Collapse Due to Low Interest Rates and Quantitative Easing? A One Minute Perspective.
Can Central Banks Keep "Printing" Money/Currency Forever? Permanent Monetary Stimulus in One Minute.
"Retail Bros" (Dave Portnoy) vs. "Suits" in One Minute: (Why) Do Most Retail Traders Lose Money?.
"Retail Bros" (Dave Portnoy) vs. "Suits" in One Minute: (Why) Do Most Retail Traders Lose Money?.
Consumerism After COVID-19? Post-Pandemic Consumer Behavior Changes Explained in One Minute.
Consumerism After COVID-19? Post-Pandemic Consumer Behavior Changes Explained in One Minute.
From Japan to the US, EU and Beyond: Balance Sheet Recessions (Richard Koo) Explained in One Minute.
(Why and How) The Rich Are Getting Richer... in One Minute: Context, Reasons and Consequences.
(Why and How) The Rich Are Getting Richer... in One Minute: Context, Reasons and Consequences.
Corporate Welfare/Socialism Explained in One Minute: Privatizing Profits and Socializing Losses?.
United States Economic Stimulus Payments (Checks, EIP Debit Cards, etc.) Explained in One Minute.
US Dollar Crisis vs. Dollar Strength After a Crisis in the United States: One Minute, Two Scenarios.
Can Governments and Central Banks Defeat the Business Cycle? A "New Paradigm" in One Minute.
The Economics Behind 2020 in One Minute.

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