ECO+201+-+Syllabus[1] - Money and Banking Syllabus Course...

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Money and Banking Syllabus Course Version: 2.4.001 PDF created on Jun 30, 2009
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This course references the names and publicly available information of certain companies, products, and organizations. Any use of such name or such information about a company is solely for educational purposes. Any such reference to such other companies, products and organizations is not intended to imply any endorsement by or of such other companies, products or organizations. Although all referenced information was taken from publicly available sources, no representation is made regarding the accuracy or completeness of this information. This course may also use fictitious events, scenarios, and characters. Any similarity between such fictional characters and actual persons, living or dead, is also unintentional and purely coincidental. Information contained in the course materials may appear in publications external to Ellis courses. A bibliographical citation or other attribution indicates use by Ellis of the contributor's work either as a publicly available reference and research resource or under an agreement with the owner of the work and constitutes material distinct and separate from that originally created by or for Ellis. No copyright is claimed in such works in and of themselves. This course may contain video clips of persons discussing certain topics. Any opinions or statements expressed in the video clips are those of the person expressing them and not those of Ellis or Cardean Learning Group. No representation is made that any such statements or opinions are accurate or complete. Ellis, Cardean Learning Group and their business partners will not be responsible or liable for any claims relating to such statements or opinions. The information contained in this course is academic in nature and is not intended to constitute legal, financial, or other advice on specific issues or fact patterns or otherwise. A competent professional should be consulted whenever legal services or other professional assistance is required. No part of this course or any materials contained herein may be reproduced without the expressed written consent of Cardean Learning Group. Copyright © Cardean Learning Group 2009. All Rights Reserved.
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ECO 201: Money and Banking ECO 201: Money and Banking takes place over five or six weeks. Read about important course policies related to learning outcomes, expectations, and assessment criteria. Course Materials The following textbook is required for this course: Ritter, Lawrence S., William L. Silber, and Gregory F. Udell. Principles of Money, Banking, and Financial Markets . 12th ed. Reading, MA: Addison Wesley Longman, 2009. ISBN: 978-032-137557-5 Schedule and Grading Each week of this course may include readings and several assignments. Unless otherwise noted, all assignments are due before midnight (Central
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This note was uploaded on 09/07/2011 for the course ECON ECO 201 taught by Professor Unknown during the Spring '09 term at New York Institute of Technology-Westbury.

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ECO+201+-+Syllabus[1] - Money and Banking Syllabus Course...

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