Money, the Financial System and the Economy

Economics 211

Usual Description

The course deals with the linkages between financial markets, financial institutions, monetary policy and the economy. Topics will include the function of money in the economy, the determination of interest rates and exchange rates, the origin and evolution of financial intermediation, and the role of the financial system in the transmission of monetary policy.

Course Listings

These are all of the listings of this course recorded in the Oberlin course catalog since the fall of 2007.

Listing Semester Professor
Economics 211 Taught by Edward McKelvey
Economics 211 Taught by Ellis Tallman
Economics 211 Taught by Ellis Tallman
Economics 211 Taught by Edward McKelvey
Economics 211 Taught by Edward McKelvey
Economics 211 Taught by Ellis Tallman
Economics 211 Taught by Alberto Ortiz Bolanos
Economics 211 Taught by Alberto Ortiz Bolanos