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Course Description

This course explores the role of the banking and monetary institutions within a modern developed economy, with an emphasis on the United States. (1) We will analyze financial intermediation and the role of banks in the economic system, place them in historical context, and discuss the economic rationale behind banking regulation. (2) We will study the role of money and the Federal Reserve in the U.S. economic and financial system. (3) We will discuss the instruments and goals of monetary policy.
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Section Title
ECON 3571: Money and Banking
Type
Lecture
Days
W, F, M
Time
1:00PM to 1:50PM
Dates
Jan 17, 2024 to Apr 29, 2024
Schedule and Location
Contact Hours
35.0
Location
Delivery Options
Course Fee(s)
SNRSCH Fee non-credit $250.00 Click here to get more information
Section Notes

Instructor Name: Joshua Mask

This course will be meeting MWF from 1:00PM-1:50PM on Temple University's main campus from Tuesday, January 16th to April 29, 2024 in Mazur Hall, Room 5. 

Please note: classes are not held the following dates: Spring Break March 4-8, 2024