Monetary Theory/Financial Inst

Monetary Theory and Financial Institutions
This seminar provides the student with the basic knowledge and analytical tools to operate in today's money and financial markets. We start with the markets themselves, how they are structured and how prices are determined, such as interest rates and foreign exchange rates. We then study private sector institutions, including banks, securities houses, insurance companies, and fund management companies, and the challenges they face in the Age of the Internet. And we close with a study of how the Federal Reserve and other central banks determine monetary policy. (ECON 0250) 3 hrs. sem., 1 hr. lab
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All Sections in Fall 2012

Fall 2012

ECON0475A-F12 Seminar (Pardee)
ECON0475Y-F12 Lab (Pardee)
ECON0475Z-F12 Lab (Pardee)