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Monetary Economics (ECON210)

Course description

This course aims to strengthen our understanding of some of the most basic questions in monetary economics: How does money promote economic exchange? What should serve as money? What causes inflation? What is the cost of inflation? Our approach is to build the microeconomic foundations of monetary and other macroeconomic topics, that is, we seek to explain aggregate economic phenomena as the implications of the choices of rational individuals who aim to improve their welfare within their limi...


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