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Understanding the Financial Crisis

Economics 4301 - Spring 2020

The global financial crisis of 2007-2009 was the most severe since the Great Depression. The goal of the course is to provide tools to analyze key elements of this crisis. We will move from a corporate finance perspective - to understand the behavior of firms and financial institutions - to a macroeconomic perspective - to make this behavior in aggregate outcomes and policy responses. Topics covered include: The U.S. crisis in historical and international perspective; corporate finance of firms and banks in closed and open economy; monetary and fiscal policy intervention; the open economy dimension of the financial crisis; the European Sovereign Debt crisis. Prerequisite: Econ 4021.
Course Attributes: EN SAS SSCAR SSCFA AM

Section 01

Understanding the Financial Crisis
INSTRUCTOR: Martin
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