The Program comprehensively covers the roles of financial systems and introduces financial institutions; it looks at interest rates and asset valuation, money supply and demand, and monetary policy and the main types of financial markets. It is written to meet the needs of those requiring good grounding in financial economics theory, combined with institutional and policy matters affecting the world today.
The Program uses many illustrations and examples to explain the subjects. It considers both traditional issues of monetary policy and the independence of central banks, and also more recent, contemporary issues such as the transparency with which central banks conduct monetary policy.
Mode of Study: Distance Learning
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