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No such Code for pgprog: L1K109
Department: Economics and Finance
||Available in 2019/20
||L1T209 Public Economics
||L1T309 Experimental Economics
||L1T409 Environmental & Natural Resource Economics
||N3K709 Finance (Economics and Finance)
Excluded Combination of Modules
- To provide students with the specialist instruments for analysing monetary issues in a range of theoretical models and for analysing the theory and practice of monetary policy in modern industrialised economies.
- Central Bank Independence.
- Background to Monetary Policy.
- Credibility and Time-Inconsistency in Monetary Policy.
- International Monetary Policy Co-ordination.
- The Demand for and supply of Money.
- The Monetary Transmission Mechanism.
- Monetary Policy in Practice.
- Exchange Rates and External Arrangements.
- have explored, understood and appreciated the complexity and diversity of the current relevant academic literature and its implications for professional practice, and be able to identify open questions for their own research;
- have demonstrated ability to learn and work independently in addressing challenging complex issues in monetary economics.
- have used highly specialised and advanced academic, technical and professional skills in analysing issues in monetary economics and policy.
- Written Communication;
- Planning, Organising and Time Management;
- Problem Solving and analysis;
- Using initiative;
- Computer Literacy.
Modes of Teaching, Learning and Assessment and how these contribute to
the learning outcomes of the module
- A combination of lectures, seminars and guided reading will contribute to achieving the aims and learning outcomes of this module. Summative assessment by written examination will test students' knowledge and understanding of the subject-matter, their critical judgement and problem-solving and critical skills.
Teaching Methods and Contact Hours
||1 per week
|Preparation & Reading
||Component Weighting: 100%
||Length / duration
|Unseen written examination
1 test in the Epiphany term. Work prepared by students for seminars; answers to questions either discussed during a seminar, or posted on DUO.
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