Dec 11, 2023  
2017-2019 Graduate Catalog 
2017-2019 Graduate Catalog [ARCHIVED CATALOG]

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ECN 620 - Money, Financial Institutions and Markets

(3 credits)

This course provides an analytical foundation for the understanding of the way money and capital markets serve as a conduit through which economic policies and internal and external shocks affect the multitude of financial instruments and the overall economy. The role of financial intermediaries within the context of the saving/investment process and the supply of money and credit is discussed. The asset/liability management process of various financial institutions is investigated. Finally, the regulatory environment under which U.S. financial institutions operate is examined. Generally offered fall semester of odd years and spring semester of even years.

Prerequisite(s): Student must meet the prerequisite (FIN 533) or its equivalent.

Course revisions made after the Graduate Catalog publication date will be posted in the Graduate Catalog Addendum.

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