Homework 12
Due date : September 21, 2017, 12:00 pm
1
For the questions 1 to 4 refer to the simple Keynesian model of aggregate income (Y ) determination.
1. Balanced budget versus automatic stabilize
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Week 6: Functions of many variables
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Functions of several variables
A function can have more than one input
x, y , z f f (x, y , z)
A prod
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Week 5: Single-variable optimisation
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Stationary points
f 0 (x) < 0
f 0 (x) > 0
f 0 (x) = 0
Points where f 0 (x) = 0 are called statio
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Week 3: Functions
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The function
y = f (x)
Some types of functions
Polynomial functions (power functions): y = x n
Exponential functions
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Week 2
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Discussion sections and office hours
Office hours with Raghvi: T and Th 10.30-12.30
Discussion Sections: T 2.30-3.30; W 3-4
Cla
ECON 202: Microeconomic Theory I, Monsoon 2017
Problem Set 3
Posted on September 26, 2017
Due in class on October 10, 2017
Questions 1 and 2
Serrano Feldman Chapter 5: Exercises 1 and 4.
Question 3
Su
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Assignment 2
Q1. Given below are production and price statistics for our country for two
consecutive years.
Prices
Orange
Apple
Mango
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Assignment 3
Q1. What is the impact in the financial markets of an increase in income?
Q2. When is monetary policy contractionary and
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Econ 201-3: Macroeconomics
Assignment 1
1. Complete the following sentence:
GDP is the value of all produced in an economy during a given period.
2) Suppose nom
ECON 202: Microeconomic Theory I, Monsoon 2017
Problem Set 2
Posted on September 12, 2017
Due in class on September 26, 2017
Question 1
We have solved in the class how the optimal choice of a consumer
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Week 7: Comparative statics
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March 9, 2017
Chain rule for two variables
If z = z(x, y), and x and y are functions of t, then:
Chain rule for two variabl