Course level

Undergraduate

Units

2

Duration

One Semester

Class contact

2 Lecture hours

Incompatible

ECON7550

Prerequisite

ECON1010 and 1020

Recommended prerequisite

Assessment methods

Mid-semester exam, project, final exam.

Course coordinator

Dr D. Willis

This course is not currently offered, please contact the school or faculty of your program.

Course description

This course is written to provide a straightforward applied approach to the understanding international and global banking in a wider economic framework. It covers all the traditional course topics: credit analysis, electronic banking, the Eurobond market, debt crisis, international supervision, commercial banking and investment banking while also providing a solid grounding in the history of banking and its influences on modern practices.