The model through Chapter 5
A: Total demand for goods,(Z):
Total demand is defined as,
Z C + I + G + X IM
To make things simpler we will ignore the foreign sector and focus on a closed economy,
theref
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Hayek
developed Smiths ideas of the
coordinating role of decentralized
markets further.
Key function of markets: to provide
information.
Markets collect and distribute information at
relati
Math 128 Section 6.1 Average Value
Average Value of a Function:
1
()
Examples: Find the average value of the function over the given interval.
Ex 1: () = 1 + on = 0 to = 2.
Ex 2: () = 5 + 4 2 on [0
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Calculated
growth rates and inflation
rates.
Business cycles
GDP and welfare problems and debates
Alternatives: human development index
Whats missing from GDP?
Third party criterion
TODAY: fi
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GDP
the total market (monetary) value of
final goods and services newly produced
within a countrys borders over a given time
period.
Accounting for GDP
EXPENDITURES Y = C + I + G + (X-M)
Math 128 Section 7.3 Fundamental Theorem of Calculus
If () is a continuous function on .
() = () ()
Examples: Evaluate the integrals.
4
Ex 1: 0 6
4 1
Ex 2: 1
3 2
Ex 3: 0
2 +1
1
2
1
2
Ex 4: 0
Ex 5:
Math 128 Section 7.4 Integration by Parts
1
Integration by Parts
Product Rule
When integrating two functions multiplied together, when there is no relationship
between the two functions, we use the me
Math 128
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What
is money and the money supply?
Types of money
Definitions of M1, M2, and M3
Money
supply and inflation
If the supply of output does not change, increases in
the money supply raise p
Math 128 Section 7.1 Constructing Anti-Derivatives Analytically
An anti-derivative, or integral, is the opposite of the derivative.
For example:
Find [ 3 + 5] =
Then, 3 2 =
Integration Rules:
=
1
+1
Math 128 Section 6.2 Consumer and Producer Surplus
p
1
Supply
(price/unit)
p*
Demand
q*
q (quantity)
Equilibrium: ( , )
Equilibrium:
Consumer Surplus: measures the consumers gain from buying a product
Econ 204 10/4
The price index has a base of value of 100. You must divide index by 100 before doing calculations.
Classical = D=S
Keynesian = S>D, in this model, wages are sticky and do not fall so
Econ 204 9/27
Aggregate Supply
a.) Fixed Price Level
Aggregate supply: The production side of the macro-economy
Imagine the price level was fixed at a particular level (P*) and couldnt change
As lo
Econ 204 10/6
Hayek, Markets, and Information
Hayek developed Smiths ideas of the coordinating role of decentralized markets further.
Key function of markets: to provide information
market college
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The
real value of a variable is equal to the
nominal (current) value divided by the
price index.
REMEMBER: the price index has a base
value of 100. Therefore, YOU MUST DIVIDE
THE INDEX BY 1
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Market
failure a situation in which free
markets fail to achieve an efficient
allocation of resources.
Example: prices fail to adjust so that demand =
supply.
Example: over-production of so
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Keynesian
theory of aggregate demand
and the consumption function
Marginal propensity to consume and the
multiplier.
Extend the model: IS and LM curves
The IS curve all combinations of Y and
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Monetary
Policy: money creation and
high-powered money/monetary base
Creating money
Open market operations
Discount window
Reserve requirement
of monetary policy
Quantity theory of money
T
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Unpaid
household work and the depletion of
natural resources.
Demand-side equilibrium
Y = C + I + G + (X-M)
Same as SAVINGS = INVESTMENT (Y C = I)
This may not hold EX ANTE, but the equa
Math 128 Section 6.3 Present and Future Values
1
Present Value = 0 ()
Future Value = Present Value*
() = rate at which payments are made ($/year)
= interest rate
= years into the future
Ex 1: a.)
Irene Gregg
Alex: Friday 1:25PM
Econ 204 10 points
Vamsi V.
Assignment 2
(Due: April 17, 2017 in Class).
I.
Labor Market 4 points
A. Go to the US Bureau of Labor Statistics at (http:/stats.bls.gov) or