Jul 17, 2017
An intellectually engaging course opening a debate about how we think about markets and how we should tackle the current challenges. Accessible to non-economists. I warmly recommend it to everyone.
Nov 18, 2017
This course is really useful to me ... I was always interested on monetary and fiscal policies and associate mechanism in Macroeconomics and this course covers the Monetary part in good details.
by Ed G•
Apr 12, 2017
by 王星 [•
Sep 04, 2017
Thanks very much!
by Alexandre Z R•
Oct 25, 2017
I did in my local university a course in Monetary Economics and then I did this. This course it's not a traditional course, if you know previously something about it, you will recognize this is a lifetime work of investigation, theorization, of a academic passion about how this trully work in markets. It's not a easy course, I have to repeat many weeks to get along. But Professor Mehrling structured the course with reading materials that give you a broader understading, he uses real data to explain and exemplify, he reads FT and discuss. I'm so grateful for this course, before that I used to think I knew monetary system. Now that I know much more I'm aware of my ignorance. Hope some day he make another course, or just update this one with the new events in the central baking world.
by alex h•
Dec 03, 2016
I found this to be an excellent introduction to how modern banking works. If this class grows increasingly popular, go long whatever company sells chalk because the professor consumes quite a bit as he sketches out a seemingly infinite number of T-accounts to illustrate the trading of money through multiple markets, including Fed Funds, EuroDollar, Repo, Swap and FX. By the end of the class, you get a good sense for the plumbing behind markets, and develop an alternative and practical view of what drives asset prices than what you perhaps learned studying economic or financial theory. You also gain an appreciation for how big shadow banking is globally, how all money is not created equal, and how the value of any asset can change drastically through the mechanics of the dealer system as investors discover this point.
by Yiannis B•
Aug 27, 2017
One of the best courses I have followed!
I am expecting an update on the course.
Thank you for this wonderful experience.
by Bojie S•
Jan 07, 2017
The content and idea provided in the course are simply amazing! The best ever I had on Coursera and I really appreciate all the research effort made by Professor Perry Mehrling. Hope many more people using Coursera could have a look at the innovative ideas explained by Professor Mehrling in money market and finance.
by Parth G•
Sep 20, 2017
Mind Blowing approach to teach. Got the new angles of the economy and banking. Expanded the vision significantly on the subject.
by Robert C•
Oct 25, 2016
Very thorough and great course!
by Brad H•
Dec 13, 2016
Professor Mehrling is fantastic. I found this course supremely interesting, and I learned an incredible amount from it. I would venture to say that most have not taken an economics course like this one before. This definitely felt like a real college course.. 13 weeks of lecture, 2.5-3 hours of lecture each week. I believe Professor Mehrling said in-class that the two prerequisites for this course (for Columbia University students, not Coursera users) are Intermediate Micro and Intermediate Macro, so the course is definitely fairly high-level. To put it into perspective, I was an Accounting/Finance major with Econ minor and have CPA/CFA. So while not "trained" in economics, I've had a fair amount of exposure, but I definitely felt intellectually challenged and frequently had to relisten to parts of lectures. Definitely recommend this course! Learned something every minute of every lecture.
by Gudmundur O•
Jan 12, 2018
Great presentation of Money and Banking.
Perry's introduction of a complex systems are very well delivered in simple peaces that all come together at the end.
by Dhruba D•
Sep 10, 2017
Economics and Finance have always been explaining theories and concepts to students. Often when thought back/pondered upon, the theories are unable to explain all the queries of real life.
This course stitches through all the theories and present a very well thought out and a complete picture of the financial world. A very unique perspective and a rare perspective at that.
Highly recommended that you register and pay for this course. As it makes the learning so much more interesting, intriguing and gives us so much understanding of the money view of the financial world.
by Mikhail D•
May 11, 2017
Excellent lecturer! Very informative and easy to understand.
by Jagannathan I•
Jun 21, 2018
Amazing course to learn more about the nitty gritty of money markets that keep the world running!
by SAURABH K•
Nov 09, 2017
The course extremely helpful for people who are interested making their career in Banking.
I like this course.
by Denis M•
Jul 11, 2017
This is a really good course tackling a very difficult subject.
Though my brain still hurts when I engage with the subject matter, I feel the lectures have shone quite a lot of light on the obscurities of money and banking. The lectures are clear and thorough and I particularly like the way the concepts we learn are brought to bear on current news (e.g. examining FT articles).
Jan 02, 2017
The basics were well taught and understandable in 1 time view of video and the standards of the university are great! Thanks coursera!
by Luc M•
Oct 13, 2017
This is one of the most favourite course I have ever come across in Coursera. Highly recommend!!!
by Ricardo C•
Sep 18, 2016
Great course! Essential for anyone working in finance and economics.
by Roussille A•
May 06, 2017
Great course !! Very interesting and the teacher is great. The understanding is quick and simple.
Jan 29, 2017
Great course with a lot of insights!
by Kevin T•
Jul 18, 2017
Outstanding presentation all around !
by MAURICIO W•
Aug 02, 2017
by Richard H•
Nov 28, 2016
Thanks Dr, Mehling
by Herve Y•
May 19, 2018
Thank you professor Mehring for this great course. Understanding Economics under the lens of Money is not very taught. This course gives us a starting framework analyze money impacts on Economics, based on number of years of experience and studies. Thanks so much!
by Holger R•
Sep 04, 2017