Assessment Materials in Monetary Economics

Saylor Foundation

This is a free and open set of course materials released by the Saylor Foundation, an educational charity. It is based on the free textbook "Money and Banking" by Robert E. Wright and Vincenzo Quadrini. It is divided into six units, with readings and online resources for each. There are self-assessment questions with answer guidelines, and an online quiz.

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Andros Gregoriou, University of East Anglia

Assignment sheets, with separate answer sheets, on the topics of Efficient Markets, Capital Budgeting, Portfolio Theory, CAPM, Money Demand, and IS-LM.

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James Pierce, University of California, Berkeley

Nine problem sets and exams from a 1999 course are archived on this course page, with answers to the problem sets in separate documents. The course text is "Investments" by Bodie, Kane and Marcus. The course covers Monetary and financial economics as taught by James Pierce of University of California, Berkeley.

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