Ch 11: Money & Interest-Rate Relationships

About This Chapter

Check out this series of short lessons and practice quizzes to refresh your understanding of money and interest-rate relationships. These convenient study resources can help you prepare for a class or credit-granting exam, and they can also be used for homework help purposes.

Money & Interest-Rate Relationships - Chapter Summary

This chapter on money and interest-rate relationships is designed to help you quickly review topics related to the economics of demand, the Federal Reserve system, money supply and open market operations. Study these engaging video lessons at any time that fits your schedule, and take the included self-assessment quizzes to solidify your understanding of the relationships between money and interest rates. If you have any questions about the chapter material, simply submit them to our expert instructors. By the end of the chapter, you should be able to:

  • Understand the purpose and functions of the Federal Reserve system
  • Assess the ways in which the Federal Reserve affects interest rates and the money supply
  • Evaluate the relationship between the Federal Reserve and open market operations
  • Describe the economics of demand in terms of interest rates and money demand

Chapter Practice Exam
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Practice Final Exam
Test your knowledge of the entire course with a 50 question practice final exam.
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