Economics (ECON) - Money, Banking and the Canadian Financial System

ECON 2017  Money, Banking and the Canadian Financial System


ECON 1006 and ECON 1007


Three hours of lecture per week for one term.




The course examines theories in economics and finance and their application in the Canadian Financial System. It also looks at basic theories in monetary economics and international finance and the impact of domestic and foreign monetary policies on the Canadian economy. Topics include Canadian financial institutions, financial intermediaries, financial instruments, interest rates, money demand, money supply, financial asset pricing, risk management, exchange rate, balance of payments, central banking and monetary policy, and international financial institutions.

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