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# HW4_SOL - Economics 314 Suggested Solutions to HW 4 March 2...

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Economics 314 Suggested Solutions to HW 4 March 2, 2009 1 Problem 1, [Page 5, L4] 1. We know the asset market equilibrium condition is given by: i t = r t 1 unit of good: renting gives 1 + r t at the end of t so 1 + r t at the start of t + 1 : 1 unit of good: lending gives 1 + i t at the start of t + 1 : If r t = 5% and i t = 4% , then under these rates everyone borrows in the bond market and then rent the borrowed good in the rental market, but no one supplies in the bond market. So demand=supply is impossible in the bond market. 2. Similarly, r t =4% and i t = 5%, then everyone lends his good in the bond market to enjoy the better rate of return. So no one rents in the rental market. So no capital input, which means MPK (which is r t impossible to be less than it . 3. r is the return for stocks, and i is the return for treasury bonds. In

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## This note was uploaded on 04/02/2009 for the course ECON 3140 taught by Professor Mbiekop during the Spring '07 term at Cornell.

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