432071 PS European Monetary Policy, Banking Superversion and Financial Market Stability

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432071
PS European Monetary Policy, Banking Superversion and Financial Market Stability
PS 2
4,5
Block
annually
English

This course will enable students to understand the most important economic concepts in European integration.

1) History, Facts and Institutions

 
 

2) The Microeconomics of Economic Integration
- Preferential liberalization
- Market size and scale effects
- Growth effects and factor market integration
- Economic integration, labor market and migration

 
 

3) The Macroeconomics of Monetary Integration
- Facts of monetary integration
- Optimum Currency Areas

 
 

4) EU Monetary and Fiscal Policies
- The European monetary union
- Fiscal policy and the Stability Pact
- The financial markets and the euro
- The Eurozone in crisis

lecture, discussion

discussion, participation, exam

Baldwin, Richard; Wyplosz, Charles: ECONOMICS OF EUROPEAN INTEGRATION, 4th Edition, McGraw-Hill Education 2012.

Various research articles.

Introduction in Macroeconomics: Circular Flow, Business Cycle, and Economic Growth; Public Economics.

not applicable

In case of (preliminary) organizational questions, do feel free to contact Andreas Exenberger as in-house contact person, either in person (office w3.41) or by e-mail (andreas.exenberger@uibk.ac.at).

13.03.2015
Blockveranstaltung; Termine siehe VO 432070, Wechselnde Räume