1637212 MONEY AND BANKING
Course Description :

Prerequisite: (1607111)

Money and banking is an intermediate course that introduces the students to the importance of money and banking role in the economic system via its functions and policies. Some of the issues covered in this course include an analysis of the functions of money as a mean of transaction and a store of value, the course also introduces subsequent historic monetary systems prevailed in the last two decades to the students. It also includes the developments of banks as intermediaries between savers and investors and as a money creator. Debate between the different schools of economic thought around moneys' impact on the real economic variables issue and some contemporary topics are issues in monetary theory that are raised and discussed in this course. In addition, central banks role of conducting monetary policy and the exchange rate regimes are discussed in details.
Department :Business Economics
Program :Bachelor of Business Economics
Course Level :Bachelor
Course Outline :
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