University of Minnesota
8107 Macroeconomic Theory, Spring 2011, Mini 3
Fabrizio Perri
Lecture 2. Asset pricing with the representative agent
In this class well analyze a commonly used application of a
University of Minnesota
8107 Macroeconomic Theory, Spring 2011, Mini 3
Fabrizio Perri
Lecture 4. Aggregation with non homothetic preferences and skill heterogeneity
In this class we will consider a si
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Problem 4
Part a
Dene the random variable X as number of successive recessions starting from today given that
today is already a recession. Then for any i N, we have:
P r(X = i) = (1 p)i1 p
Ther
Econ 392M: Computational Economics I
Fall 2010, University of Texas
Instructor: Dean Corbae
Problem Set #4- Due 9/22/10
I. Consider the same environment as Huggett (1993, JEDC) except assume that ther
Matlab Introductory Course
Barcelona Graduate School of Economics
Tatjana Dahlhaus
[email protected]
BGSE
Matlab Introductory Course
Course Outline
The course is designed assuming no knowledge
University of Minnesota
8107 Macroeconomic Theory, Spring 2008, Mini 2
Fabrizio Perri
Transitions and aggregate uncertainty in economies with idiosyncratic Risk and
Incomplete Markets
So far, we have
University of Minnesota
8107 Macroeconomic Theory, Spring 2009, Mini 1
Fabrizio Perri
Lecture 2. Aggregation with non homothetic preferences and skill heterogeneity
In this class we will consider a si
University of Minnesota
8107 Macroeconomic Theory, Spring 2008, Mini 1
Fabrizio Perri
Lecture 1. Aggregation
1
Introduction
Probably so far in the macro sequence you have dealt directly with represent
Lecture Notes in Game Theory
Paulo Barelli
Overview
A game is a description of a strategic situation. Firms competing in a market
and consumers buying goods on eBay are examples of strategic situation
Solving real business cycle models by solving
systems of rst order conditions
John H. Cochrane1
April 8, 2001
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School of Business, University of Chicago. [email protected]
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Econ 392M: Computational Economics I
Fall 2010, University of Texas
Instructor: Dean Corbae
Problem Set #3- Due 9/15/10
1. Exercise 12.8 in S-L. Let S = [0, 1] and consider the difference equation
st+