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Monetary Economics and Central Banking

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The total grades for those who took the exam on 22. July can be found here.

The total grades for those who took the exam on 11. October can be found here.


Summer Term 2019


Prof. Dr. Ulrich Bindseil, European Central Bank

("full-day" lectures)

31 May, 2019
01 June, 2019
12 July, 2019
13 July, 2019
12pm - 5:30pm
9am - 2:30pm
12pm - 5:30pm
9am - 2:30pm
Universitätsbibliothek - BIB 014
Universitätsbibliothek - BIB 014
Universitätsbibliothek - BIB 014
Universitätsbibliothek - BIB 014

Office hours:
by appointment, before or after the lecture
Study Programs:
For students of: Master of Industrial and Network Economics (MINE), Wirtschaftsingenieurwesen MSc, Economics BSc, Wirtschaftsingenieurwesen BSc
Course form: Lecture series (2 SWS), 6 ECTS.
There is no registration necessary!
There will be a final exam (60 minutes).
Term Paper:
Students are also expected to write a term paper (of approximately 10-15 pages) on an assigned topic. Submission deadline is 31 July, 2019. Please submit your term paper electronically vial email to Professor Bindseil.
The portfolio examination consists of the exam and the term paper, adding up to a maximum of 100 credits. Exam and term paper have equal weight. The grading follows the joint conversion key of the School of Economics and Management (decision of the school's council dated May 28, 2014 - FKR VII-4/8-28.05.2014).
Exam Registration:
TU students: Please register the usual way (QISPOS or yellow sheet from the examination office).
Other students: Registration procedure will be announced in class.
First exam: 22 July, 2019, 10:15am - 11:30am, room BIB 014
Second exam: 11 October, 2019, 10:15am - 11:30am, room BIB 014
Further information regarding the content of the exam:
The exam will require you to both answer general knowledge questions not requiring any calculus (e.g. “Why would central banks accept less liquid assets as collateral, compared to the collateral used in interbank repo markets?”) and questions requiring simple calculus, as those contained in the lecture notes. We will go through all types of questions which require simple calculus in the second block of lectures, and questions in the exam will be variants of those answered in the lecture. There are relatively few such types of questions, so that you will be able to prepare for them within the week between the second lecture block and the exam. Please already note that questions requiring calculating through the continuous asset liquidity case of the bank run model will not be part of the exam.
2019 course outline
Course Material:
Lecture Notes
Tutorial Notes (revised version)

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Summer Term 2019
Bindseil, U. (2014), Monetary policy operations and the financial system, Oxford University Press.

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