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: Instructor Kim, H.H. Spring 2011 Intermediate Macro Analysis Economics 01:220:321 Assignment I 1. (15 points) The questions below require you to obtain actual macroeconomic data. All of the data are available at Bureau of Economic Analysis, survey authority of Department of Commerce (www.bea.gov). You can find it historical data of (nominal/real) gross domestic product on its website...

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Rutgers - ECON - 321
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Rutgers - ECON - 321
Instructor : Kim, H.H. Spring 2011Intermediate Macro Analysis Economics 01:220:321Assignment II Answer1. Assume that a country's per-worker production isy k 1/ 2 , where y is output per workerand k is capital per worker. Assume also that 10 percent o
Rutgers - ECON - 321
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Rutgers - ECON - 321
Instructor : Kim, H.H. Spring 2011Intermediate Macro Analysis Economics 01:220:321Review Questions AnswersChapter 1.Answer Key 1. 2. 3. 4. 5. 6. B D D B D C 9. 10. 11. 12. 13. 14. 15. 16. 17. 18. 19. 20. B B A C C A D D C D B DChapter 2.Answer Key 1
Rutgers - ECON - 321
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Rutgers - ECON - 321
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Rutgers - ECON - 321
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Rutgers - ECON - 321
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Rutgers - ECON - 321
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Rutgers - ECON - 321
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Rutgers - ECON - 321
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