321HW11Sp01 - Instructor Kim H.H Spring 2011 Intermediate...

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Instructor : Kim, H.H. Intermediate Macro Analysis Spring 2011 Economics 01:220:321 1 Assignment I DUE DATE :Monday, February 15, 2011. In-class. 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 (http://bea.gov/national/nipaweb/SelectTable.asp?Popular=Y). As we learn, it is divided intro four categories; consumption, investment, government expenditure and net exports. Using any spreadsheet program (e.x. MS Excel) or any program that you are familiar at, make the table for GDP of recent 20 year (1989~2009), GDP growth rates, its four components and its percent of GDP like the following example table. (That is, you need to replicate the following table for 1989~2009) and plot the growth rate of GDP like the following plot. (Don’t copy the graph from other sources. Please make your own.) Year GDP Consumption
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