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Spring 2022 Economics BC3043 section 001
Monetary Theory & Policy
MONETARY THEORY & POLICY

Call Number 00361
Day & Time
Location
TR 7:40pm-8:55pm
LL103 Diana Center
Points 3
Grading Mode Standard
Approvals Required None
Instructor Elham Saeidinezhad
Type LECTURE
Course Description This course deals with topics in both monetary theory and monetary policy and is designed for students interested in monetary economics and/or those aiming at working in policy institutions such as central banks. Monetary economics examines the relationship between real economic variables at the aggregate level and nominal variables (such as the inflation rate, nominal interest rates, nominal exchange rates, and the supply of money). Therefore, monetary economics overlaps significantly with macroeconomics. However, students in this class learn the "Money View" framework as their analytical tool as it provides a more in-depth treatment of money and central banking than is customary
in standard macroeconomics textbooks.
Web Site Vergil
Department Economics @Barnard
Enrollment 18 students (50 max) as of 5:37PM Friday, July 1, 2022
Subject Economics
Number BC3043
Section 001
Division Barnard College
Campus Barnard College
Section key 20221ECON3043X001

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