IFEP: Central Banking Focus Area

Central Banking Course Requirements

Students in the International Finance focus area of the IFEP concentration are required to complete 15 points, consisting of five 3-point courses. All concentration courses must be taken for a letter grade and cannot be audited or taken pass/fail.

1. Students must complete the following courses (12 points):

INAF U6018International Finance & Monetary Theory3
INAF U6045International Capital Markets3
INAF U6862Unconventional Monetary Policy3
or PEPM U8310
PEPM U8312
Financial Stability Monitoring
and Macroprudential Policies and Regulation in Emerging Markets
INAF U6095Theory and Principles of Financial Regulation3

2. Students must also select one of the following Central Banking Elective Courses (3 points):

INAF U6022Economics of Finance3
INAF U6092Leadership and Policy Development: Domestic and International Economic Issues3
INAF U6094Reining in the Big Banks: Supervision and Regulation1.5
INAF U6098Financial Risk Management and Public Policy3
INAF U6771Economic Inequality and its Policy Implications3
INAF U6782Global Real Estate Policy1.5
INAF U6816Competition Law and Economics3
INAF U8085Topics in Corporate Finance3
INAF U8095Corporate Governance & Public Policy3
INAF U8098Impact Investing: Intention, Fiduciary Duty and Measurement1.5
INAF U8099Emerging Market Investment Climate3
INAF U8340Digital Economy and Development: an Asian Perspective1.5
INAF U8675Emerging Capital Markets: Theory & Practice3
INAF U8682Emerging Financial Markets3
INAF U8685Asian Financial Markets3
INAF U8686Japanese Financial Policy & Economy3
PUAF U8516Time Series Analysis3
REGN U6300The Economics of European Integration3
REGN U6415Financial Issues in Latin America3
REGN U6629Chinese Financial Markets3