Money Banking_Syllabus_Fall 2019__Hunter.pdf - Money and Banking(ECO 210 Section 3 Fall 2019 Syllabus Instructor Prabuddha Ghosh Class Mondays Thursdays

Money Banking_Syllabus_Fall 2019__Hunter.pdf - Money and...

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1 Money and Banking (ECO 210- Section 3) Fall 2019 Syllabus Instructor: Prabuddha Ghosh Class: Mondays & Thursdays: 2:45 pm– 4:00 pm (Room – West Building W113 ) Contact: [email protected] Office Hours: Thursdays 1:30 – 2:30 pm and by appointment (1536 West Building) Textbook: The Economics of Money, Banking and Financial Markets by Frederic S. Mishkin, 11 th edition (Pearson Publisher) Prerequisites: Principles of Microeconomics (ECO 200) Principles of Macroeconomics (ECO 201) Course Objective The course will help the students master analytical tools to understand the functioning of the financial markets, financial institutions and the business of banking and examine the role of money supply in the aggregate economy. Students will also be able to analyze the effects of various kinds of fiscal and monetary policy and its effect on the aggregate output and unemployment in the economy. Grading Performance will be evaluated using 3 quizzes, 2 midterms, a final examination and class participation. Of the 3 quizzes, the lowest score would be dropped and the best two will count towards your final grade. All quizzes and examinations would include multiple choice, true-false type and explanatory questions. Midterms and final are not cumulative. Class participation 5% Quiz (Best two of three) 20% Midterm 1 25% Midterm 2 25% Final exam 25% Total 100%
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2 Important Dates September 19 – Quiz 1 December 5 – Quiz 3 October 10- Midterm 1 December 16 – Final Exam (1:45- 3:45 pm) Note: Final Exam time is different from the regular class time October 31 - November 14 - Quiz 2 Midterm 2 Course Outline The following topics would be covered from the textbook: Introduction of the financial system and types of financial intermediaries Money and its functions Meaning and behavior of interest rates Risk and term structure of interest rates
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