EM331 Money and Banking

Syllabus


Fall 2012
MWR 1-2:05 Rob 406
Prof. Jon Hooks...(x0530)... Robinson 103
jhooks@albion.edu


Required Text
Frederic S. Mishkin, The Economics of Money, Banking, and Financial Markets, 11th Edition, Addison Wesley.

Other Reading
You will be required to read the Wall Street Journal on a regular basis. You can either subscribe to the paper for the semester, or read it in the library.
There will be frequent assigned readings in the library. Many of these are noted on the outline (below). Others will be announced in class. These readings are your responsibility, and will be represented on the exams.

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Exams and Grades
Grades will be based on four noncumulative exams (100 points each), and and four 25 point quizes, for a total of 500 points in the class.  I may assign homework and/or a project, and if I do the grade on the project (up to 100 points) would be added into the calculation above. Grades are based on the following scale:

93-100%..... 4.0
89-92....... 3.7
85-88....... 3.3
80-84....... 3.0
75-79....... 2.7
70-74....... 2.3
65-69....... 2.0
60-64....... 1.7
55-59....... 1.3
50-54....... 1.0
< 50......... 0.0


Feel free to see me with any questions about where you stand in the class.

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