Some answers to Problem Set #6 are available under "Seminars".
This is an invitation to participate in a periodic course evaluation for ECON4335 - The economics of banking. The periodic course evaluation is in addition to the evaluation that has already taken place earlier this semester and is somewhat more extensive.
The evaluation is done on the internet and the deadline for giving your answer is June 10. Please note that there are questions concerning the exam, so preferably you should not answer this form until after your exam.
Click here to find the evaluation form. Your answer will be anonymous.
Problem Set 6 is now available. Unfortunately there is an error under problem c in Question 2 - see the corrected version under Teaching material.
Slides for Lectures 10, 11 and 12 are now updated.. Some typos are corrected; for Lecture 10 at p. 15; for Lecture 11 at pages 9 and 11; for Lecture 12 at pages 5, 9, and 20.
Lecture April 13. Slides for this lecture are available on this page.
New time and place for seminar 2 in week 15. This seminar is moved from Tuesday 13 April to Thursday 15 April 14.15 - 16 in seminar room 101, Harriet Holters hus
ID Remeber to bring an ID when you go to the seminar in Norges Bank on Thursday.
Remember the extra lecture on banking crises Monday 22 March at 12:15 and note that it is in Auditorium 7. Slides will not be available before the lecture.
Seminar at Norges Bank / Finanstilsynet March 25. Students who have not signed up yet can do that at the lecture tomorrow (March 16) or, if absent then, by sending a mail with their name to email@example.com no later than Monday March 22.
A guide to solution to problems 1 and 2 in Problem Set #2 is now available under "Seminars".
Lecture Tuesday 9th March Slides for this lecture are now available on this page.
Under "Seminars" you will find three solutions/answers to problem 3 of set 2 presented on this week's seminars. (During next week some answers/solutions to Problems 1&2 in set 2 will be available.)
Seminars moved. The two parallell seminars scheduled for week 12 (March 23 and 25) are moved to week 14 (April 6 and 8). Same place and time of day.
Excursion to Norges Bank and the Financial Supervisory Authority of Norway Students in ECON4335 will be invited to a seminar on Thursday 25 March, starting at 12.15. Speakers will come from the two institutions, and the seminar will take place in their premises at Bankplassen 2. Further information on the (curriculum related) program and on how to sign up for the seminar will come in the beginning of March.
The announced note with corrections and supplements is now available under "Teaching Material"
Some issues related to problem set 1 is now available under "Seminars".
I will prepare a paper that is correcting some confusion (of mine) related to the model presented in the second part of the lecture on last Tuesday. (Available tomorrow.) I will also prepare a short paper related to problem 3 in problem set 1, as well as a moral hazard model with continuous choice of effort, related to problem 1 in the first set. (Available tomorrow.)
Problem set no. 2 (for week 9) is now available. Some students on the Thursday-group (2 - 4 students) should prepare a short paper ( 2 - 3 pages) related to sub-problem 3 in this set. Please give (or send by e-mail) the paper to Jon Vislie - room 1214 - before 1200 on Thursday March 4.)
The contact students are: Hege Marie Gjefsen (firstname.lastname@example.org) and Kristoffer Midttømme (email@example.com).
The first seminars will be held in week 6 (February 9 and 11). All students are expected to prepare for a discussion of problem set 1.
Change of room for the lectures: Aud. 2 Eilert Sundt building.