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Often a difficulty with an assignment can be resolved with a meaningful question or two. Our purpose here is to learn, and I am willing to help in any way that I can. READING LIST AND COURSE OUTLINE Part I Introduction January 3 Class 1 -- Introduction to course January 4 Class 2 -- Introduction to money and banking readings: Mishkin chapters 1, appendix to 1; Spong Introduction Class 3 -- The financial system readings: Mishkin chapter 2; Film: Inside the Meltdown assignment one due 12:00 noon Part II Money and Interest Rates January 5 Class 4 -- Money and its history readings: Mishkin chapter 3, Spong chapters 1, 2, class notes Class 5 -- Interest rates: measurement reading: Mishkin chapter 4 assignment two due 12:00 noon January 6 Class 6 -- The theory of asset demand and models of interest rate determination readings: Mishkin, chapter 5 Class 7 -- The structure of interest rates readings: Mishkin, chapter 6 assignment three due 12:00 noon January 7 Class 8 -- U.S. financial structure and financial crises readings: Mishkin chapters 8 and 9; Spong chapter 3 assignment four due 12:00 noon Workshop I: The current financial crisis first group reports due 2:00 p.m. January 10 -- MIDTERM EXAM
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Econ 350 Winter 2011 syllabus 5 Part III Banking Structure and Regulation January 11 Class 9 -- Banking finances readings: Mishkin chapter 10 (pages 225 – 232) Class 10 -- Banking management readings: Mishkin chapter 10 (pages 232 – 251) assignment five due 12:00 noon January 12 Class 11 -- Banking regulation readings: Mishkin chapters 11, 12; Spong chapters 4-8 Part IV Monetary Policy January 13 Class 12 -- Central Banks and the Fed reading: Mishkin chapter 13 assignment six due 12:00 noon January 14 Class 13 -- Money creation reading: Mishkin chapter 14 (pages 345 – 354), New York Fed, entire Workshop II: Banking and poverty second group reports due 2:00 p.m. January 17 Class 14 -- Determinants of the money supply reading: Mishkin chapter 14 (pages 354 – 370), New York Fed, entire Class 15 -- Monetary tools readings: Mishkin chapter 15 assignment seven due 12:00 noon January 18 Class 16 -- Monetary policy: goals and targets Readings: Mishkin, chapter 16, Philadelphia Fed, entire Part V Monetary Theory Class 17 -- Money demand reading: Mishkin chapter 19 assignment eight due 12:00 noon January 19 Class 18 -- Monetary policy: IS/LM analysis reading: Mishkin chapters 20,21 Class 19 -- Monetary policy: aggregate demand and aggregate supply analysis reading: Mishkin chapter 22
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Econ 350 Winter 2011 syllabus 6 assignment nine due 12:00 noon January 20 Workshop III: Financial reform third group reports due 2:00 p.m. January 21 -- FINAL EXAM -- assignment ten due 12:00 noon
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Econ 350 Winter 2011 syllabus 7 Good luck!!! I hope you enjoy the course!!!!
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