ECON 651 - Monetary Economics (3)
This course emphasizes the institutional structure of banking, government regulation of banking, and government control of the money supply and economic activity. We focus on the needs and processes underlying money and financial markets to understand how and why financial markets and institutions are in a constant state of evolution and the consequences for effective government policies. Offered every Spring. Pre- or Corequisite: ECON 602 Macroeconomics: Theory/Application.