This program presents an introduction to central banking and monetary policy. We, the public, accept the following as money (M) (that is, the means of payments / medium of exchange): notes and coins (N&C) and bank deposits (BD). Because we do, we place banks in a unique situation: the major part of their liabilities is BD; therefore they are able to create BD simply by making loans. Because banks are aggressive competitors and their creditworthiness checks on customers are therefore not always sober, they are inherently unstable. This means the public needs an entity to monitor the banks and to curb excessive money creation: a central bank.

Who is this Course aimed at?

  • Entrepreneurs and Economists
  • The course targets officials in government agencies, state banks and the central bank
  • Financial Professionals
  • Business Consultants
  • Professional learners, undergraduate students
  • Topic 1: Introduction to Monetary Policy
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  • Topic 2: Interest rates, exchange rates and Monetary and Financial Institutions
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  • Topic 3: Central Banks
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  • Topic 4: Conducting Monetary Policy: the money supply process and economic stabilization
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  • Topic 5: Exchange rate policy
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  • Topic 6: Money demand, inflation, output and Monetary Policy
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  • Topic 7: Business cycle fluctuations and the challenges for Monetary Policy
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  • Topic 8: Unconventional Monetary Policy
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Course Features

  • Duration : 10 week
  • Max Students : 1000
  • Enrolled : 40
  • Re-take Course : 2
  • Assessments : Self
Price :
₵4,500.00 ₵1,500.00

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