ECON 640 - Money and Banking

An examination of the institutional setting which facilitates the creation and transfer of money between individuals, firms, and governments; how the supply and demand for money affect and are affected by national output, employment, prices, interest, and exchange rates; derivation of aggregate demand using Hicks' IS-LM model; theories and evidence of fiscal and monetary policy effectiveness in an open economy.


Credit hours: 3.0

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Last updated: 05/28/2019