Econ2102 Assignment 1 - and it goes negative during 2010...

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Econ2102 Assignment 1 Question1 Growth rate bewteen Sep.2008 and Dec 2008 Vintage Consumption by household precentage change(%) Dec.2008 0.1 Mar.2009 0.3 Jun.2009 0.1 Sep.2009 0.1 Dec.2009 0.3 Mar.2010 0.1 Jun.2010 0.2 Sep.2010 -0.1 Dec.2010 -0.1 The Graph above shows the Dec.2008 quarter, consumption by household estimation revised over time. And the reason why it changes in long run is because we keep adding new information, and the price changes etc. So as we can see in the graph the revisions are obvious, and in Mar 2009 and Dec 2009, the difference is the biggest,
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Unformatted text preview: and it goes negative during 2010 Sep to 2010 Dec. Question2 (a) (b) Z3283987 Tianyi Ai Econ2102 (c) To dear Lecturer/Tutor: Due to I changed my last name lately, from Tianyi Huang to Tianyi Ai and the enrollment system might did not update my personal information, just make a simple notice here just in case your name list my last name is Huang not Ai. Z3283987 Tianyi Ai Econ2102...
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Econ2102 Assignment 1 - and it goes negative during 2010...

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