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ADEC 7390 Empirical Money and Banking (Summer: 3 )


Course Description

This course focuses on a study of money, banking and financial markets with a clear emphasis on central banking and conduct of monetary policy. An in depth analysis of fixed income markets in addition to equities and other financial instruments in this course provides students with the opportunity to master intricacies of financial markets and investing in them. Additionally, the connection between movements in the financial markets and monetary policy is examined on a daily basis. An extended use of Bloomberg Professional LP in this course makes this very applied class particularly valuable to anyone interested in bridging the gap between the economic theory and practice. "


Schedule: Periodically

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Prerequisites: Applied Microeconomic Theory, Applied Macroeconomic Theory, Data Analysis, and Econometrics, or approval of Program Director

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Last Updated: 01-Mar-17