ECO 362 Money and Banking
An introduction to financial markets and the assets traded therein with an emphasis on the role and function of commercial banks is followed by an examination of the practical problems, successes, and failures of the Federal Reserve System in executing monetary and credit policies in the recent past. This course is offered in the fall semester.
Prerequisite: Economics 292.
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