Money Banking Capital Mkts (ECON 311.3)

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ECON 311 01 September 2018 Enchuan Shao
 
ECON 311 01 September 2017 Enchuan Shao
 
ECON 311 01 September 2016 Enchuan Shao

Description

A study of the evolution and kinds of money, its functions and its economic significance. Topics discussed include theories of the demand for money, the money supply process with particular emphasis on the role of chartered banks, central banking, and financial intermediation. The concepts developed in this analytical survey are then utilized to evaluate recent Canadian monetary policy.

Prerequisite(s)

ECON 211.

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