FIN 321/EC 321 Money & Banking
3 credits, Fall or Spring
Examines the role and functions of a central bank in achieving the macroeconomic goals of price stability, full employment, financial market stability, and exchange rate stability. Topics include the role of money in the economy, the role of financial intermediaries and markets in the economy, general history of depository regulation, background on the causes and effects of a financial crisis on the economy, and the effect of the global financial markets on a domestic economy.
Prerequisite(s): A grade of "C" or better in EC 201 and EC 202