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Homeworks should be submitted before the class (homeworks are not accepted at the end of the class, they could be turned in later that day in my office): 1. Homework 1 : Chapter 2, Problems 8, 12, 14 Section Due date 1,2,3 29.01.2010 2. Homework 2 : #1. Based on the information below calculate GDP using expenditure and income approaches separately: Consumption spending- $600 Wages and salaries- $500 Rent- $100 Government purchases- $250 Profit- $300 Exports- $150 Interest- $50 Private investment spending- $200 Imports- $250 #2. Chapter 5, Problem 8. Section Due date 1,2,3 08.02.2010 3. Homework 3: #1. Based on the information below answer the questions:
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Unformatted text preview: Working: 11,000 Not working but searching for work: 900 Not in labor force: 5,000 1. how many people are in the labor force? ________ 2. what is the unemployment rate?_______________ 3. Suppose that 1,000 of those who work lose their jobs and start searching for work, and there is no other change, what will be the unemployment rate now? _________________________ #2. Chapter 6, Problem 9. Section Due date 1,2,3 15.02.2010 4. Homework 4: #1. Chapter 7, Problem 9. #2. Chapter 7, Problem 10. Section Due date 1,2,3 17.02.2010...
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This note was uploaded on 03/11/2012 for the course FIN FIN 3230 taught by Professor Petrivanov during the Spring '12 term at Kazakhstan Institute of Management, Economics and Strategic Research.

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