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Course module: 310142-M-6
310142-M-6
Seminar Financial Markets and Institutions
Course info
Course module310142-M-6
Credits (ECTS)6
CategoryMA (Master)
Course typeCourse
Language of instructionEnglish
Offered byTilburg University; Tilburg School of Economics and Management; TiSEM: Economics; Economics;
Is part of
M Econometrics and Mathematical Economics
M Economics
M Finance
Contact persondr. R.B. Uras
Lecturer(s)
Lecturer
dr. R.B. Uras
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Coordinator course
dr. R.B. Uras
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Academic year2019
Starting block
SM 1
Course mode
Full-time
Remarks-
Registration openfrom 19/08/2019 up to and including 24/01/2020
Aims
The aim of the seminar is to help students understand the mechanisms that make financial institutions important for the economy. Specifically from both a theoretical and an applied perspective, we will investigate the interactions between financial development, short-run business cycles and long-run economic growth & development. The course will also explore the dynamics that shape the institutions of a society's financial structure over the long-run, and study the complexities of financial policy design in the context of integrated global markets. An important final objective of the course will be to familiarize students with current debates on financial markets. In this respect, the course discussions will be motivated by the Global Financial Crisis of 2007/8 and the Eurozone crisis.
Recommended Prerequisites
Students should have a strong background in money and banking, empirical research methodologies and macroeconomics and bachelor's level mathematical statistics (and/or econometrics). Students who have done their BSc in Tilburg should have taken all relevant courses in finance and banking and macroeconomics, student who have done their BSc elsewhere should have equivalent skills.
Content

The course will consist of lectures, with a detailed schedule to be published later. Students are supposed to prepare for class with compulsory readings and participate actively in class discussions. Grading will be with one group assignment and a final written exam.

 

 

Type of instructions

2 x 2 hours interactive lectures

Type of exams

Written exam, assignment

Compulsory Reading
  1. Academic papers. See course outline on Blackboard.
Course available for exchange students
Master level, conditions apply
Timetable information
Seminar Financial Markets and Institutions
Written test opportunities
DescriptionTestBlockOpportunityDate
Schriftelijk / WrittenEXAM_01SM 1110-12-2019
Schriftelijk / WrittenEXAM_01SM 1214-01-2020
Written test opportunities (HIST)
DescriptionTest/BlockOpportunityDate
Required materials
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Recommended materials
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Tests
Assignment

Written

Final grade

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