ECON3410 Money and Banking
|Course||ECON3410 Money and Banking||
Dr. Byron Tsang
Lecturer, columnist and blogger in economics and finance with a specific focus on Hong Kong’s economy
|Teacher||Dr. Byron Tsang
Department of Economics, Virginia Tech
Visiting Scholar, The Chinese University of Hong Kong
|Course Description||This course provides a framework for studying the role of money in the economy and the institutional characteristics of the banking system and financial markets. Topics include: the theory and evidence on demand for money, control of money supply and goals and tools of monetary policy, interest rate determination and term structure of interest rates, bank management and operation of the banking system, financial innovation, bank regulation and deregulation, and the linkage between money and economic activity.
To maintain a balance between theory and policy, the course will combine theoretical formalism with empirical investigations of the regularities of the monetary economy.
|Remark(s)||Students are advised to take ECON2011 Basic Microeconomics and ECON2021 Basic Macroeconomics before taking this course.|