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ECONOMICS

ECON-634
Development Finance and Banking (3)

Course Level: Graduate

Alternative approaches to understanding the role of finance and banking in economic development and analysis of the interaction between international and domestic capital markets, as well as between the formal banking sector and the informal financial sector of developing economies. The role of development banks, multilateral institutions, and governments in financial market operations. Examines the effect of financial policy reforms and regulations on the performance of financial markets. Usually offered every spring. Prerequisite: ECON-600 or ECON-803, and ECON-601 or ECON-802.