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THE THEORIES OF FINANCE AND MONETARY
THE THEORIES OF FINANCE AND MONETARY
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THE THEORIES OF FINANCE AND MONETARY

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  • 1. Unit outline THE THEORIES OF FINANCE AND MONETARY 1. Unit name: Finance-currency 2. Units in the course: 3 3. Level: the 2nd year students of Finance-Banking, Administration and Accountancy 4. Duration: - Theory and discussion in class: 40shifts - Self-studying: at least 80-120 shifts 5. Prerequisites: - Macroeconomics - Microeconomics - Accounting principle (general accountancy) 6. Objectives: Through the unit, students can understand and be aware of basic knowledge and argument of finance, currency, credit and bank in the market economy that will be basis for students to apply and study the major subjects of Administration and Accountancy. 7. Brief description of the unit The unit presents basic knowledge such as Basic argument of finance and the structure of finance; Basic argument of currency; Generalizing basic contents of streams in financial system: Public finance, business finance, intermediate financial institution, banking system, credit and interest rate, financial market. 8. Students’ tasks - Prepare before class: read materials and prepare some other documents according to the teacher’s instruction. - Attend theory-teaching sections - Discuss and do tests 9. Learning materials Compulsory material The introduction of Finance- Currency, the chief editor Associate Professor Doctor Su Dinh Thanh va Doctor Vu Thi Minh Hang, Hochiminh City Economics University, Thong Ke publisher, 2006 References - Theory of Finance- Currency, the faculty of Finance- Banking of National Economics University, Hanoi, 2005. - Currency, bank, financial market, Associate Professor Doctor Le Van Tu, Thong Ke publisher, 2001. - Currency, bank, financial market, Frederic S.Mishkin, Khoa hoc ki thuat publisher, 1994. - The Economics of Money, Banking, and Financial Markets, Frederic S.Mishkin, 2004.
  • 2. - Finance magazine - Banking magazine - Economics Development magazine 10. Standard to assess students - Final exam: 70% - In class: 30% (self-studying, presentation, giving ideas in class, etc) 11. Grading system: 10 12. Unit structure Chapter 1: Basic argument of Finance 1. Premise of establishing developing Finance 2. The nature of Finance - Financial source - The nature of Finance 3. Function of Finance - Mobilize financial power - Allocate financial power - Verify finance 4. Financial system - Concept and structure of financial system - Features of financial streams Part 2, 3 and 4.1 taught in class Students self-study part 1 and 4.2 Chapter 2: Basic arguments of currency 1. The history of establishing and developing currency 2. The nature and function of currency - Nature - Function 3. Monetary supply- demand - Monetary supply - Monetary demand (students should study banking system before entering this part) 4. Inflation Part 2, 3 taught in class Students self-study part 1 and 4 Chapter 3: Public Finance A. Basic argument of Public Finance 1. Establishment and development of Public Finance - Classical Public Finance - Modern Public Finance 2. Concept and feature of Public Finance - Concept
  • 3. - Feature - Role 3. Role of Public Finance B. The government’s budget 1. Concept and feature of the government’s budget 2. Organize the system of the government’s budget 3. Income and expenses for the government’s budget 4. Income for the government’s budget 5. Expenses for the government’s budget C. The system of the other financial funds of the government 1. The objective existence of the other financial funds of the government 2. National reserve fund - Social insurance - Health insurance fund - The other financial funds of the government Students discuss this chapter on the teacher’s instruction. Chapter 4: Business Finance 1. The nature and role of Business Finance - Business and characteristics of business - The nature of Business Finance - Role 2. The structure of Business Finance - The overview - The structure of capital source - The structure of assets 3. Income and allocating income - Income - Allocating income Part 2 taught in class Students self-study part 1 and 3 Chapter 5: The intermediate financial institutions 1. Concept, features and classification of the intermediate financial institutions 2. Role of the intermediate financial institutions 3. Basic characteristics of some intermediate financial institutions Part 1 and 3 taught in class Part 2 is the outside activity of students Chapter 6: Credit and interest rate 1. Concept and feature 2. Role of credit 3. Forms of credit 4. Interest - Concept - Debt instruments and current price - Distinguish:  Real interest rate and nominal interest rate
  • 4.  Interest rate and return rate of debt instruments - Establishing mechanism and factors affecting interest rate Part 1, 3 and 4.1- 4.1.1taught in class Students study the others Chapter 7: Banking system 1. Establishment and development of banking system 2. Commercial bank - Function of commercial bank - Classify commercial banks - Manage and use the capital of commercial banks 3. State bank - Operating model of state bank - The nature and function of state bank 4. Monetary policies - Concept of monetary policies - Objectives of monetary policies - Tools of monetary policies Students self-study this chapter (once studied Macroeconomics and refer materials of this subject) Chapter 8: Financial market 1. Establishment and development of financial market 2. Concept and classification of financial market - Concept - Classification 3. Monetary market - Concept and classification - Tools - Subjects - Basic assignments 4. Capital market - Concept and mechanism - Stock market 5. Role of financial market Students discuss this chapter on the teacher’s instruction

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