EC6012, International Monetary Economics 2009 Lecture

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EC6012, International Monetary Economics 2009 Lecture

  1. 1. International Monetary Economics Lecture 1 Prof. Edward Nell & Dr. Stephen Kinsella Department of Economics, Kemmy Business School University of Limerick stephen.kinsella@ul.ie January 25, 2009 Edward Nell & Stephen Kinsella (UL) International Monetary Economics January 25, 2009 1/7
  2. 2. Introductions Edward Nell & Stephen Kinsella (UL) International Monetary Economics January 25, 2009 2/7
  3. 3. What this Module is about Analysis of Real World Data Edward Nell & Stephen Kinsella (UL) International Monetary Economics January 25, 2009 3/7
  4. 4. What this Module is about Analysis of Real World Data Alternative, Historical, Perspectives Edward Nell & Stephen Kinsella (UL) International Monetary Economics January 25, 2009 3/7
  5. 5. What this Module is about Analysis of Real World Data Alternative, Historical, Perspectives Theory & Empirics Edward Nell & Stephen Kinsella (UL) International Monetary Economics January 25, 2009 3/7
  6. 6. What this Module is about Analysis of Real World Data Alternative, Historical, Perspectives Theory & Empirics Emphasis on Practical Skills wrt Modeling and data usage. Edward Nell & Stephen Kinsella (UL) International Monetary Economics January 25, 2009 3/7
  7. 7. What You’ll (Hopefully) Learn Understand Monetary Policy in use today, understand it’s historical derivation Edward Nell & Stephen Kinsella (UL) International Monetary Economics January 25, 2009 4/7
  8. 8. What You’ll (Hopefully) Learn Understand Monetary Policy in use today, understand it’s historical derivation Be able to comment intelligently on current crises Edward Nell & Stephen Kinsella (UL) International Monetary Economics January 25, 2009 4/7
  9. 9. What You’ll (Hopefully) Learn Understand Monetary Policy in use today, understand it’s historical derivation Be able to comment intelligently on current crises Understand connections between monetary policy & the real world. Edward Nell & Stephen Kinsella (UL) International Monetary Economics January 25, 2009 4/7
  10. 10. What You’ll (Hopefully) Learn Understand Monetary Policy in use today, understand it’s historical derivation Be able to comment intelligently on current crises Understand connections between monetary policy & the real world. Become familiar with a broad class of models of the international macroeconomy Edward Nell & Stephen Kinsella (UL) International Monetary Economics January 25, 2009 4/7
  11. 11. Our Expectations Read material before class Edward Nell & Stephen Kinsella (UL) International Monetary Economics January 25, 2009 5/7
  12. 12. Our Expectations Read material before class Email me whenever, don’t send me text messages Edward Nell & Stephen Kinsella (UL) International Monetary Economics January 25, 2009 5/7
  13. 13. Our Expectations Read material before class Email me whenever, don’t send me text messages Discussion preferred to Lecturing Edward Nell & Stephen Kinsella (UL) International Monetary Economics January 25, 2009 5/7
  14. 14. Our Expectations Read material before class Email me whenever, don’t send me text messages Discussion preferred to Lecturing Handouts, podcasts, etc, on the site after classs Edward Nell & Stephen Kinsella (UL) International Monetary Economics January 25, 2009 5/7
  15. 15. Our Expectations Read material before class Email me whenever, don’t send me text messages Discussion preferred to Lecturing Handouts, podcasts, etc, on the site after classs Scribe—We’d like 2 scribes per lecture for the class, Kinsella will put the notes up on his blog. Volunteers? Edward Nell & Stephen Kinsella (UL) International Monetary Economics January 25, 2009 5/7
  16. 16. Grading 3 Problem Sets: 10% each, Due End Weeks 4, 8, 10. Edward Nell & Stephen Kinsella (UL) International Monetary Economics January 25, 2009 6/7
  17. 17. Grading 3 Problem Sets: 10% each, Due End Weeks 4, 8, 10. Final Exam: 70% Edward Nell & Stephen Kinsella (UL) International Monetary Economics January 25, 2009 6/7
  18. 18. Grading 3 Problem Sets: 10% each, Due End Weeks 4, 8, 10. Final Exam: 70% Expect a Sample Exam week 8 Edward Nell & Stephen Kinsella (UL) International Monetary Economics January 25, 2009 6/7
  19. 19. Accessing Materials Visit stephenkinsella.net regularly. Edward Nell & Stephen Kinsella (UL) International Monetary Economics January 25, 2009 7/7
  20. 20. Accessing Materials Visit stephenkinsella.net regularly. Readings on web before class. Edward Nell & Stephen Kinsella (UL) International Monetary Economics January 25, 2009 7/7
  21. 21. Accessing Materials Visit stephenkinsella.net regularly. Readings on web before class. No main textbook, readings either online or on short term reserve in the library. Edward Nell & Stephen Kinsella (UL) International Monetary Economics January 25, 2009 7/7
  22. 22. History of the International Monetary System Edward Nell & Stephen Kinsella (UL) International Monetary Economics January 25, 2009 8/7
  23. 23. Next Week: IS-LM Readings Notes on stephenkinsella.net Edward Nell & Stephen Kinsella (UL) International Monetary Economics January 25, 2009 9/7

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