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S07CD - Econ 520 Money and Banking Spring 2007 Masao Ogaki...

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Econ 520: Money and Banking Masao Ogaki Spring 2007 SYLLABUS Course Description: This course is designed to seek the truth in the economics of money, banking, and financial markets. It introduces students to markets and institutions in the financial sector of the economy to study the relation between the financial sector and effects of policies on the economic welfare. To this end we cover topics such as the function of financial markets and institutions, international finance, regulations of the banking industry, money supply process, and conduct of monetary policy. Course Objectives: After taking this course, students should be able to 1. critically think how financial markets and institutions work 2. understand most of the news articles related to financial markets and institutions in the Wall Street Journal and sometimes point out mistakes in the economic logic in the articles. Required Textbook: The Economics of Money, Banking, and Financial Market; Alternate Edition, ISBN: 0321471822. Make sure to buy the textbook with this ISBN. This will include a 15 week Wall Street Journal subscription.
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