Each week, there will be a pre-recorded lecture posted on the unit iLearn page, along with the lecture slides.
Starting in Week 2, there will be one-hour tutorial class (via zoom) on Tuesday 11am-12 to discuss questions regarding the lecture topics.
All materials for the unit, such as pre-recording lectures, lecture notes, readings, and discussion questions will be available to students on the unit iLearn site at http://ilearn.mq.edu.au. Students are strongly encouraged to check the unit iLearn page weekly for announcements as well as the unit schedule, additional readings, assessment information, and discussion questions.
There is no prescribed textbook for Econ2035. You are highly recommended to check ilearn regularly for the updates of readings posted.
Recommended Texts and/or Materials
(i) Kidwell, D. et al. 2019, Financial Markets, Institutions and Money (4th edn), Australian Edition, John Wiley & Sons Australia.
(ii) Madura, J. 2018, Financial Markets and Institutions (12th edn), Cengage Learning,
(iii) Calomiris and Haber, 2014, Fragile by Design - The political origins of banking crises and scarce credit
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