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Our library of videos covers K-12 math, science topics such as biology, chemistry, and physics, and even reaches into the humanities with playlists on finance and history. Each video is a digestible chunk, approximately 10 minutes long, and especially purposed for viewing on the computer.

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2011-2012 Greek Debt Crisis : Greek Debt Recession and Austerity (...

By: Sal Khan

A primer of why Greece is in a tough situation (more in future videos)

The Greek government incurred debt beyond its means but didn't have control over its own currency to inflate away its obligations. From austerity, to a bailout, to leaving the Eurozone, none of the options looked great. In this tutorial, Sal walks through

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2008 Bank bailout : CNN: Understanding the Crisis

By: Sal Khan

Video of Sal on CNN on October 10th discussing the credit crisis and a potential solution to it.

In 2008, the entire financial system was at a potential breaking point because of a popping housing bubble. This tutorial breaks down how the government attempted to address this (historical note: Sal made these videos as the crisis was unfolding).

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2008 Bank bailout : Bailout 9: Paulson's Plan

By: Sal Khan

What Paulson wants to do and why I don't like it.

In 2008, the entire financial system was at a potential breaking point because of a popping housing bubble. This tutorial breaks down how the government attempted to address this (historical note: Sal made these videos as the crisis was unfolding).

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2008 Bank bailout : Bailout 8: Systemic Risk

By: Sal Khan

How the banks are connected. What happens when one bank fails.

In 2008, the entire financial system was at a potential breaking point because of a popping housing bubble. This tutorial breaks down how the government attempted to address this (historical note: Sal made these videos as the crisis was unfolding).

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2008 Bank bailout : Bailout 7: Bank goes into bankruptcy

By: Sal Khan

What happens when there is no equity infusion and the bank goes in to bankruptcy.

In 2008, the entire financial system was at a potential breaking point because of a popping housing bubble. This tutorial breaks down how the government attempted to address this (historical note: Sal made these videos as the crisis was unfolding).

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2008 Bank bailout : Bailout 6: Getting an equity infusion

By: Sal Khan

The bank gets bailed out by an equity infusion from a sovereign wealth fund.

In 2008, the entire financial system was at a potential breaking point because of a popping housing bubble. This tutorial breaks down how the government attempted to address this (historical note: Sal made these videos as the crisis was unfolding).

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2008 Bank bailout : Bailout 5: Paying off the debt

By: Sal Khan

How the bank can liquidate assets to pay off debt that comes due.

In 2008, the entire financial system was at a potential breaking point because of a popping housing bubble. This tutorial breaks down how the government attempted to address this (historical note: Sal made these videos as the crisis was unfolding).

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2008 Bank bailout : Bailout 4: Mark-to-model vs. mark-to-market

By: Sal Khan

Different ways of accounting for an asset. Mark-to-model vs. mark-to-market.

In 2008, the entire financial system was at a potential breaking point because of a popping housing bubble. This tutorial breaks down how the government attempted to address this (historical note: Sal made these videos as the crisis was unfolding).

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2008 Bank bailout : Bailout 3: Book value vs. market value

By: Sal Khan

What it means when the market value of a stock is different from its book value.

In 2008, the entire financial system was at a potential breaking point because of a popping housing bubble. This tutorial breaks down how the government attempted to address this (historical note: Sal made these videos as the crisis was unfolding).

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2008 Bank bailout : Bailout 2: Book Value

By: Sal Khan

Hypothetical bank balance sheet. What book value means.

In 2008, the entire financial system was at a potential breaking point because of a popping housing bubble. This tutorial breaks down how the government attempted to address this (historical note: Sal made these videos as the crisis was unfolding).

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2008 Bank bailout : Bailout 15: More on the solution

By: Sal Khan

More on the Plutsky Plan.

In 2008, the entire financial system was at a potential breaking point because of a popping housing bubble. This tutorial breaks down how the government attempted to address this (historical note: Sal made these videos as the crisis was unfolding).

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2008 Bank bailout : Bailout 14: Possible Solution

By: Sal Khan

A solution that is MUCH fairer that has a MUCH better chance of working!

In 2008, the entire financial system was at a potential breaking point because of a popping housing bubble. This tutorial breaks down how the government attempted to address this (historical note: Sal made these videos as the crisis was unfolding).

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2008 Bank bailout : Bailout 13: Does the bailout have a chance of ...

By: Sal Khan

Can the bailout work?

In 2008, the entire financial system was at a potential breaking point because of a popping housing bubble. This tutorial breaks down how the government attempted to address this (historical note: Sal made these videos as the crisis was unfolding).

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2008 Bank bailout : Bailout 12: Lone Star Transaction

By: Sal Khan

A real life example of a transaction involving CDOs.

In 2008, the entire financial system was at a potential breaking point because of a popping housing bubble. This tutorial breaks down how the government attempted to address this (historical note: Sal made these videos as the crisis was unfolding).

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2008 Bank bailout : Bailout 11: Why these CDOs could be worth nothing

By: Sal Khan

Why a CDO could be worth nothing even though they are collateralized.

In 2008, the entire financial system was at a potential breaking point because of a popping housing bubble. This tutorial breaks down how the government attempted to address this (historical note: Sal made these videos as the crisis was unfolding).

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2008 Bank bailout : Bailout 10: Moral Hazard

By: Sal Khan

Alternate plans and moral hazard.

In 2008, the entire financial system was at a potential breaking point because of a popping housing bubble. This tutorial breaks down how the government attempted to address this (historical note: Sal made these videos as the crisis was unfolding).

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2008 Bank bailout : Bailout 1: Liquidity vs. Solvency

By: Sal Khan

Review of balance sheets. Difference between illiquidity and insolvency.

In 2008, the entire financial system was at a potential breaking point because of a popping housing bubble. This tutorial breaks down how the government attempted to address this (historical note: Sal made these videos as the crisis was unfolding).

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