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The Economics of Money, Banking, and Financial Markets (Addison-Wesley Series in Economics)

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Este libro se distingue por el manejo de un marco de referencia analítico y unificador que utiliza algunos principios económicos básicos para organizar el pensamiento de los estudiantes en torno a la estructura de los mercados financieros, los mercados de divisas, la administración de instituciones financieros y la función de la política monetaria en la economía.

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Hardcover, Updated, Seventh Edition, 768 pages
Published July 22nd 2005 by Addison Wesley (first published June 1st 1986)
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I really loved this book and class. I found out that I would really enjoy investment banking. Plus, I also realized how much I like Economics. It has made me excited about getting my Master's. I am looking forward to some more Econ classes next semester.
i think that it would be a good book and help us in our search
Bill Zhou
Basic ideas for finance and financial market.
San San
A great book for people in economics field. I have read this book when I studied in university. Its take a sense of knowledge in Banking, Financial markets. This book is very usefull. I have recommended this book for my friends and all of them like it ;)
This book is the same as the macroeconomics or Microeconomics, which introduced to reader the based knowledge
Melissa Brogan
Not a great textbook layout, and relies a little too heavily on the class using MyEconLab, which my professor chose not to use.
Note to self: Main text for Econ 121: Money and Banking under Prof. Beth Tan, 2nd Semester 1996-97, UP School of Economics
Probably one of the best Economics textbooks I've read. Very insightful and a must read.
A very user friendly and practical ways to learn economics.
this is a good book
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