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Solution to Recession Part 1 of 4

This video is a teaching sample for an application for an adjunct faculty position in economics at Grand Rapids Community College. It features a case study of the Great Recession of 2008 using the economic concepts of externalities, the market interest rate model, and pigovian taxes. Through these three economic concepts, the video examines some of the reasoning behind the Great Recession of 2008 as well as a proposed reaction to the event.


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5 Responses to "Solution to Recession Part 1 of 4"

  1. MrTalkEconomics says:
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  2. MrTalkEconomics says:
    Thank you for the praise. I am glad that you appreciated the video.
  3. 88888FORCE says:
    Tearing down the American dream
    June-29-20111- GREAT VIDEO
  4. MrTalkEconomics says:
    What I was talking about was to tax each mortgage issuance/resale, put that revenue in a non-general account, and then that revenue goes to the institutions buying the loans. Since most of these transactions take place over the computer within a day, the account is primarily overnight. With this Pigovian tax, the risk cost and liquidity cost would be incurred by the institutions issuing the loans, and so these original institutions would have no incentive to issue risky loans.
  5. 88888FORCE says:
    Tearing down the American dream
    June-29-20111–When it comes to the American Dream, visions of white picket fences are front and center. But for decades, those fences have been propped up by the government, largely through Fannie Mae and Freddie Mac. And since taking these enterprises over in the wake of the housing crisis, the Federal government is now backing 90 percent of new mortgages.
    The US can no longer afford to prop up the middle class.

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