Money, Banks, Financial Markets

Studijní plán: Erasmus - Finance a řízení - příjezd na krátkodobý studijní pobyt

PředmětMoney, Banks, Financial Markets (PBFTa-1)
GarantujeKatedra ekonomických studií (KES)
GarantIng. Petr Jiříček, Ph.D. ( jiricek@vspj.cz )
JazykAnglicky
Počet kreditů6
Ekvivalent
Prezenční studium
Přednáška2 h
Cvičení2 h
Studijní plán Typ Sem. Kred. Ukon.
Erasmus - Aplikovaná informatika - příjezd na krátkodobý studijní pobyt PV 1 6 kr. Z,ZK
Erasmus - Cestovní ruch - příjezd na krátkodobý studijní pobyt PV 1 6 kr. Z,ZK
Erasmus - Finance a řízení - příjezd na krátkodobý studijní pobyt PV 1 6 kr. Z,ZK
Erasmus - Počítačové systémy - příjezd na krátkodobý studijní pobyt PV 1 6 kr. Z,ZK
Erasmus - Porodní asistentka - příjezd na krátkodobý studijní pobyt PV 1 6 kr. Z,ZK
Erasmus - příjezd na krátkodobý studijní pobyt PV 1 6 kr. Z,ZK
Erasmus - Všeobecná sestra - příjezd na krátkodobý studijní pobyt PV 1 6 kr. Z,ZK
Erasmus - Zdravotně sociální pracovník - příjezd na krátkodobý studijní pobyt PV 1 6 kr. Z,ZK
Finance a řízení - platný pro studenty, kteří započali studium od LS 2004/2005 a od ZS 2005/2006 P 6 8 kr. ZA
Finance a řízení - platný pro studenty, kteří započali studium od ZS 2006/2007 P 6 6 kr. Z,ZK
Finance a řízení - platný pro studenty, kteří započali studium od ZS 2009/2010 P 6 6 kr. Z,ZK
Finance a řízení - platný pro studenty, kteří započali studium od ZS 2011/2012 P 6 6 kr. Z,ZK

Sylabus

  • Money and banking
  • Monetary theory
  • Central banking
  • Financial markets
  • Securities
  • Deposits
  • Payments
  • Bank loans
  • Credit management
  • Bank guarantees and other bank products
  • Investment banking
  • Banking regulation
  • International banking
  • The Economy and Monetary Union of EU

Doporučená literatura

  • Mejstřík M., Pečená M., Teplý P. Basic principles of banking. 1. vydání, Praha : Karolinum, 2008, ISBN 978-80-246-1500-4
  • Mishkin, F.S. The Economics of Money, Banking and Financial Markets, 8th. edition, Boston : Columbia University, 2007, ISBN 0-321-28726-6
  • Recommended:
    • Kidwell D., Blackwell D., Whidbee D., Sias R. Financial Institutions, Markets and Money, 11th edition, Hoboken: Wiley, 2012, ISBN 978-047-056108-9
    • Mbuya J.CH. Evolution of Money, 1st edition, Saarbrűcken: PAP Lambert Academic Publishing 2010, ISBN 978-3-8383-7870
    • WWW: http://www.ecb.eu/home/html/index.en.html

Anotace

The goal of teaching the subject is providing students with knowledge from the field of monetary economics, commercial and international banking and financial markets and explaining functioning of these fields in market economy in relation to specific needs of business. In particular, students will learn about the issues of exchange rates, interest rates, domestic and international payments and its institutions and instruments and about the offer of bank products for the needs of subjects.  


 


Knowledge: The student can describe products of banking sector (credit, deposit, payment, warranty ones etc.) for the needs and specifics of tourism industry. They can explain working of exchange rates and basic operations in the area of money exchange and trades with currencies. They obtain knowledge of the most important world currencies and all European ones. They can differentiate individual types of banks and have basic knowledge of banking sectors  and basic knowledge about European Monetary Union and international banking ad financial institutions.  


 


Skills: Students can choose from products offered by commercial banks and can practically use them for a company’s especially in the area of domestic and international payments. They can recognize individual European and most important world currencies and their protective elements. They are able to find out the exchange rate of the needed currency in the ratio to the basic currency, to ask for loan and to deal in the financial markets, to fill the  bill of exchange and a payment order both in the home country and abroad, and to evaluate products connected with payment cards. They can recognize advantages and disadvantages of various interest rates, appoint share and bond market value.


 


General capabilities: Students are able to apply knowledge from the subject in making particular financial deals (credits, monetary deals, deposits, payment contacts, financial markets) for an employer form industry, public sector or in their own business activity, to differentiate advantages and risks of financial deals. They are generally knowledgeable in broader context in relation of finance and economic phenomena and the situation in the Economic and Monetary Union of the EU.

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