Midterm Review Sheet

Midterm Review Sheet - Econ 500 Fall 2011 Z Janko...

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1 DEPARTMENT OF ECONOMICS Econ 500 – Money and Banking Midterm Review Sheet Remarks regarding the midterm: square4 The following will be covered on the Midterm: chapters 1-5, ch.10 (ed.9), plus the Economist Articles passed out in class. square4 The midterm takes place during regularly scheduled class time (in the same class room), and is 2 ½ hours (same length as the final exam). Structure of Exam Part I. Multiple Choice: 15 questions, 1 point each = 15 points total Part II. True/False: 15 questions, 1 point each = 15 points total. No explanations. Part III. Short Answer Questions: You will be asked to Discuss/Explain 1 out of 2 questions. The question is worth 15 points. Part IV. Short Answer Questions: You will be asked to Discuss/Explain 1 out of 2 questions. The question is worth 15 points. Part V. Problems: You will be asked to answer two problems. Each problem has several parts to it, one linked to the other, and is worth 20 points = 40 points total. The Midterm is worth a total of 100 points. Note: In parts III and IV, only 1 question will be graded, hence answering both questions will not be beneficial. It could actually be worse for you, as I will grade the first question I come across, and ignore the rest. Remember NO calculators are allowed!! Chapter 1. 1. What are the findings discussed in all the figures of chapter 1? Including the figures that are NOT in the text (but are in your slides). Chapter 2. 2. What are financial markets? 3. What role do financial intermediaries (financial intermediation) play?
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