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  • 3 Pages Problem Set 3 Sol
    Problem Set 3 Sol

    School: NYU

    Course: Poverty And Income

    ECON-UA 233 Fall 2011 Problem set 3 solutions: 1. Assume that individuals start to work right after school (either high school or college) and retire at age 65. Compute the present value of lifetime earnings at age 18 for a high school graduate who works

  • 2 Pages Problem Set 2 Sol
    Problem Set 2 Sol

    School: NYU

    Course: Poverty And Income

    V/C31.0233 Poverty and Income distribution Problem Set 2 Solutions 12 October 2011 1. A. Total population = (2000*2)+(4000*2)+(2000*4)+(7500*4) = 50,000 Total poor individuals = (2000*2)+(2000*4) = 12,000 Head Count poverty rate = (12,000/50,000) = 0.24 =

  • 8 Pages ps1_econ_ua_12_spring_2013_with_answers
    Ps1_econ_ua_12_spring_2013_with_answers

    School: NYU

    Course: Macroeconomics

    ECON-UA 12 Intermediate Macroeconomics Professor: Jaroslav Borovika c TA: Aditya Kuvalekar / Zhen Zhou Spring 2013 Problem Set 1 Due in the week of February 11, in your recitation Suggested solution Please read the instructions on problem sets in the syll

  • 5 Pages Problem Set 1 sol
    Problem Set 1 Sol

    School: NYU

    Course: Poverty And Income

    ECON-UA 233 Poverty and Income Distribution Fall 2011 Solutions for Problem Set 1. October 3, 2011 1. Year 1975 1980 1985 GDP in current $ 1,800 2,000 2,400 Price Index 90 100 120 GDP in 1980 $ 2,000 2,000 2,000 GDP in 1975$ 1,800 1,800 1,800 A good way t

  • 2 Pages Problem Set 2
    Problem Set 2

    School: NYU

    Course: Poverty And Income

    NEW YORK UNIVERSITY Department of Economics V/C31.0233 Poverty and Income Distribution Edward Wolff Fall, 2011 Problem Set 2 DUE: Wednesday, October 12, 2010 1. Suppose a country has the following income distribution: [25 points] Family Number of Income S

  • 3 Pages ps3a
    Ps3a

    School: NYU

    Course: INDUSTRIAL ORGANIZATION

    Urban Economics Problem Set #3 due Tuesday, Apr 5, in class (1) The third largest city of a country has a population of 2.5 million. Using the ranksize rule, what is the population of the 10th largest city? Answer: The rank-size rule states that Ni=C/Ri,

  • 3 Pages ps1a
    Ps1a

    School: NYU

    Course: INDUSTRIAL ORGANIZATION

    Urban Economics Problem Set #1 Suggested Answers (1) Consider a country with two regions that are separated by a mountain range. Initially, there are no cities in the country. Suppose that a tunnel is bored through the mountain, decreasing travel costs be

  • 3 Pages ps3a_urbanSP2013
    Ps3a_urbanSP2013

    School: NYU

    Course: Urban Economics

    Urban Economics Spring 2013 Problem Set #3 Due Monday, Mar 11, 4pm Slip the Problem set under my office door, Econ Dept, 19 W 4th St, Rm 704 Do not put it into any boxes or mailboxes! (1) Assume the utility functions for two cities are identical and are g

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