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ECO 3310

Money and Banking.

Three semester hours.

An introductory examination of monetary and banking systems. The material to be covered includes: functions of money and evolution of the payment systems, financial markets, understanding interest rates, the role of the Federal Reserve System, bank supervision, the international financial system, money supply and demand, the transmission mechanisms of the monetary policy, and the relations between money and inflation. Prerequisites: ECO 2301 and ECO 2302.

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