Money, Banking And The Canadian Financial System.

Paperback | December 15, 2000

byHelmut Binhammer, Peter S. Sephton

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Canada's authoritative money and banking textbook, has been revised for a new generation of students. Readers are given a uniquely Canadian perspective of the dynamic and rapidly evolving financial system and how it's related to the aggregate economy. Emphasis is placed on structural change, globalization, and financial innovation. An informal, conversational writing style that frames discussion of theoretical concepts around real-world examples makes the book a perfect fit for the typical business major that may or may not have a strong economics background.

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Canada's authoritative money and banking textbook, has been revised for a new generation of students. Readers are given a uniquely Canadian perspective of the dynamic and rapidly evolving financial system and how it's related to the aggregate economy. Emphasis is placed on structural change, globalization, and financial innovation. An ...

Format:PaperbackDimensions:9.9 × 8 × 1.3 inPublished:December 15, 2000Publisher:Nelson College IndigenousLanguage:English

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ISBN - 10:0176168567

ISBN - 13:9780176168568

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1: An Introduction to Money, Banking, and the Canadian Financial System. 2: Money, Monetary Standards and Payment Systems. 3: The Flow of Funds and Intertemporal Consumption. 4: Financial Assets: Their Nature, Price, and Yield. 5: The Level and Structure of Interest Rates. 6: Financial Markets. 7: Exchange Rates and International Payments Transactions. 8: Financial Intermediation. 9: Payments Intermediation and the Creation of Money. 10: Payments Intermediation, Risk, and Risk Management. 11: The Regulation of Financial Intermediaries and Regulatory Reform. 12: The Development of Canadian Banking. 13: The Chartered Banks 14: The Near-Banks. 15: Non-Depository Financial Institutions. 16: The Bank of Canada and the Objectives of Monetary Policy. 17: Monetary Control: Central Bank Instruments. 18: The Implementation of Monetary Policy. 19: The Demand for Money. 20: The Role and Effectiveness of Monetary Policy. 21: Foreign Exchange Regimes. 22: International Financial Markets. 23: The International Monetary System Before 1939. 24: Recent International Monetary Relations. 25: Monetary Policy in Canada. Glossary.