Monetary & Banking Theory

PREREQUISITE: ECON-UA 10 OR ECON-UA 11 OR CON-UA 9010 OR ECON-UA 2010 OR ECON-SHU 10

Prerequisites: ECON-UA 10 or ECON-UA 11 and ECON-UA 12 or ECON-UA 13 and ECON-UA 18 or ECON-UA 20 Monetary Economics at the 200 Level, e.g., Money and Banking (ECON-UA 231), provides a primarily institutional perspective on money and banking, with a level of economic reasoning that normally takes demand curves for assets (e.g., money, bonds) as primitives. This course supplements the treatment at the 200 Level by focusing on the theoretical foundations of monetary exchange, the deeper determinants of asset demands, and the economic rationale for the existence of banks.

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Fall 2020

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Ricardo Lagos
MW: 11:00 AM - 12:15 PM ONLI