A Classroom Financal Market Experiment
This computerized web experiment immerses students in an environment where they are in the role of bank managers, complementing existing experiments in which they act as depositors. The experiment is programmed to run on a variety of devices, including student’s phones and is suitable for use in intermediate macroeconomics or money and banking courses. Students learn the basic elements of bank balance sheets, the tradeoffs a bank makes when it hedges against liquidity risk, and the macroeconomic implications of the network aspects of the banking system. Key parameters are chosen by the instructor, and all results are saved as a spreadsheet data file. Early trials show that a team's performance is positively correlated with its success in managing interbank deposits.
|Date of creation:||Aug 2013|
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- Dieter Balkenborg & Todd Kaplan & Timothy Miller, 2011.
"Teaching Bank Runs with Classroom Experiments,"
The Journal of Economic Education,
Taylor & Francis Journals, vol. 42(3), pages 224-242, July.
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