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Assignment_3-1 - ECON 410.502 Macroeconomic Theory Spring...

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Page 1 ECON 410.502 Macroeconomic Theory Spring 2010 Instructor: Guangyi Ma Assignment #3 Notice : (1) There are 25 multiple-choice problems and 2 analytic (short-answer) problems. This assignment is due on March 26, 2010 , class time. Please submit before the class starts. (2) Solutions of this assignment will be posted on the web after the due date. Name: ____________________
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Page 2 Problem 1~25: Multiple choice problems Please choose your answer and circle the corresponding capital letter (A, B, C, D) 1. The natural rate of unemployment is: A) the average rate of unemployment around which the economy fluctuates. B) about 10 percent of the labor force. C) a rate that never changes. D) the transition of individuals between employment and unemployment. 2. In the model of the steady-state unemployment rate with a fixed labor force, the rate of job finding equals the percentage of the ______ who find a job each month, while the rate of job separation equals the percentage of the ______ who lose their job each month. A) labor force; labor force B) labor force; unemployed C) employed; labor force D) unemployed; employed 3. All of the following are reasons for frictional unemployment except : A) workers have different preferences and abilities. B) unemployed workers accept the first job offer that they receive. C) the flow of information is imperfect. D) geographic mobility takes time. 4. Sectoral shifts: A) lead to wage rigidity. B) explain the payment of efficiency wages. C) depend on the level of the minimum wage. D) make frictional employment inevitable. 5. Unemployment insurance increases the amount of frictional unemployment by: A) making workers more frantic in their search for new jobs. B) inducing workers to accept the first job offer that they receive. C) making employers more reluctant to lay off workers. D) softening the economic hardship of unemployment.
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Page 3 6. The unemployment resulting when real wages are held above equilibrium is called ______ unemployment, while the unemployment that occurs as workers search for a job that best suits their skills is called ______ unemployment.
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