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Unformatted text preview: Faculty of Management and Technology Economics Department Money and Banking (Econ 605) COURSE OUTLINE Lecturer: Dr. Noha Abubakr Farrag (firstname.lastname@example.org) Teaching Assistants: Ms. Mouchera Karara, Ms. Rania Zaher, and Ms. Silvia Rashad. Course Schedule: Mondays (3 rd and 4 th Slots) Course Type: Requirement for all management undergraduate students. Prerequisites: Introduction to Economics, Macroeconomics. I. Course Description Money and Banking course aims at providing students with basic knowledge of how financial markets and intermediaries operate. It introduces them to the economic concept of money, how it has evolved overtime, and how it can be measured. In addition, this course shows how the efficiency of the financial system affects the performance of the aggregate economy as a whole. Moreover, the course helps students put theoretical study into practice through case studies. Topics to be covered include: the nature of money, the through case studies....
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- Spring '12