ECO349 outline - DEPARTMENT OF ECONOMICS UNIVERSITY OF...

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Page 1 of 3 D EPARTMENT OF E CONOMICS U NIVERSITY OF T ORONTO AT M ISSISSAUGA ECO349H5S (LEC0101) – Money, Banking & Financial Markets W INTER 2010 M ONDAY 3 5 PM IN SE2080 M ICHAEL H O E - MAIL : michaelhc.ho@utoronto.ca O FFICE H OURS : M ONDAY 5 6 PM O FFICE : K263 C OURSE D ESCRIPTION : This course provides students with an understanding of the nature, operation and regulation of the Canadian financial system and its major components: the payments system, financial markets, key financial institutions, especially banks, and the Bank of Canada. Students examine about the development role and influence of Canadian banking institutions on the Canadian economy. R EQUIRED T EXTBOOK : The Economics of Money, Banking, and Financial Markets (Third Canadian Edition), Mishkin, F.S. and Serletis, A., 2008 Pearson Addison Wesley. P REREQUISITES E XCLUSIONS : Prerequisites are strictly checked and enforced and must be completed before taking a course. By taking this course you acknowledge that you will be removed from the course at anytime if you do not meet all requirements set by the Department of Economics. For further information you can consult the Undergraduate Academic Handbook, which is found in the Economics Department Office, Kaneff Center Room 121. It can also be found in the 2009-2010 Courses Calendar, which is available from the Registrar’s Office. Prerequisites: ECO200Y5/204Y5/206Y5, ECO202Y5/208Y5/209Y5
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