Econ 162-A1, A2
Fall 2015
Kenny Christianson
due: December 4
PROBLEM SET NUMBER NINE
1. In the fixed-price Keynesian model, why cant the MPC be equal to 1?
The reason being is because if MPC is equal
History 104A: Modern American Civilization
Fall 2015
Professor Murphy
FINAL EXAM STUDY GUIDE
PART I: PAIR IDs (30 points)
For this portion of the exam, you will be responsible for writing three pair I
ECON 162-A1, A2
Fall 2015
Kenny Christianson
due: September 25
PROBLEM SET NUMBER TWO
1. To hear a synopsis of the recent credit crisis, go to:
www.thislife.org/Radio_Episode.aspx?sched=1242 .
Listen
ECON 162-A1, A2
Fall 2015
Kenny Christianson
due: December 11
THE LAST PROBLEM SET
1. Assume the following Keynesian model:
AE = C + I + G + (X - M)
C = 400 + .75Yd
I = 200
G = 100
X = 150
M = 50 + .1
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1. Assume that Fiji and India can switch between producing shirts and skirts at a constant rate. Fiji has 120 hours
available for production, and India has 160 hours available for production. The char
Econ 162-A1, A2
Fall 2016
Kenny Christianson
due: November 18
PROBLEM SET NUMBER EIGHT
1. Using the labor market graphs for both the classical model and Keynesian model,
show the effects of an increas
ECON 162-A0, A1
Spring 2014
Kenny Christianson
due: February 14
ANSWER KEY PROBLEM SET NUMBER TWO
1. First, it is helpful to construct a table to keep track of the quantity of resources being
used in
Econ 162-A1, A2
Spring 2015
Kenny Christianson
due: May 1
ANSWER KEY - PROBLEM SET NUMBER NINE
1. a. To find the equilibrium level of GDP, first find the Aggregate Expenditure function,
then set Y = A
ECON 162-A1, A2
Spring 2015
Kenny Christianson
due: April 24
ANSWER KEY PROBLEM SET EIGHT
1. In the classical model, an increase in government spending leads to an increase in the
demand for loanable
Econ 162-A1, A2
Kenny Christianson
Spring 2015
due: April 3
ANSWER KEY PROBLEM SET NUMBER SEVEN
1. a. According to the BLS website, the current rate of unemployment for February 2015 is
5.5%, down fro
Econ 162-A1, A2
Spring 2015
Kenny Christianson
due: March 20
ANSWER KEY PROBLEM SET NUMBER SIX
1. a. To derive the Lorenz Curve for the economy of Loserville, first you must find the
cumulative distri
ECON 162- A1, A2
Spring 2015
Kenny Christianson
due: March 13
ANSWER KEY - PROBLEM SET NUMBER FIVE
1. a. GDP = C + I + G + (X - M) = 11,900 + 2800 + 3200 + (2300 - 2800) = 17,400
b. GNP = GDP + NFIA =
Econ 162-A1, A2
Spring 2015
Kenny Christianson
due: March 6
ANSWER KEY PROBLEM SET NUMBER FOUR
1. Here are the 3 choices and preferences of the House of Representatives:
Choice A: the British model of
ECON 162-A1, A2
Spring 2015
Kenny Christianson
due: February 20
ANSWER KEY PROBLEM SET NUMBER THREE
1. The article by the Drug Policy Alliance presents these factoids about the effects of
legalizing m
ECON 162-A1, A2
Spring 2015
Kenny Christianson
due: February 13
ANSWER KEY PROBLEM SET NUMBER TWO
1. First, it is helpful to construct a table to keep track of the quantity of resources being
used in
Econ 162-A1, A2
Spring 2015
Kenny Christianson
due: February 6
ANSWER KEY - PROBLEM SET NUMBER ONE
1. a. President Obama characterizes the state of the United States economy as growing, and it is
crea
Econ 162-A1, A2
Spring 2015
Kenny Christianson
due: April 24
PROBLEM SET NUMBER EIGHT
1. In the classical model, what is the effect of an increase in government spending that is
not financed by an inc
ECON 162-A1, A2
Spring 2015
Kenny Christianson
due: May 1
PROBLEM SET NUMBER NINE
1. Assume the following Keynesian model:
AE = C + I + G + (X - M)
C = 500 + .75Yd
I = 300
G = 100
X = 150
M = 50 + .15
ECON 162-A1, A2
Spring 2015
Kenny Christianson
due: April 3
PROBLEM SET NUMBER SEVEN
1. To find current data for inflation and unemployment, please visit the Bureau of Labor
Statistics web page at www
ECON 162-A1, A2
Spring 2015
Kenny Christianson
due: March 13
PROBLEM SET NUMBER FIVE
1. Suppose that you are given the following data for the country of Barackville:
consumption
wages
investment
expor
Econ 162-A1, A2
Spring 2015
Kenny Christianson
due: March 6
PROBLEM SET NUMBER FOUR
1. Suppose that the House of Representatives consists of three groups with different views
toward health care. Each
ECON 162-A1, A2
Spring 2015
Kenny Christianson
due: February 20
PROBLEM SET NUMBER THREE
1. Go the following website to read the Drug Policy Alliances report on the first year of
legal marijuana in Co
Econ 162-A1, A2
Spring 2015
Kenny Christianson
due: February 13
PROBLEM SET NUMBER TWO
1. Suppose that Sweetland Bakery can produce either brownies or cookies. The
production of one pound of brownies
ECON 162-A1, A2
Spring 2015
Kenny Christianson
due: February 6
PROBLEM SET NUMBER ONE
1. This first question asks you to view President Obamas State of the Union Address
on January 20, 2015.
First, go
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ECON 162B-90, 91
Spring 2005
NAME_
Kenny Christianson
May 12, 2005
FINAL EXAMINATION (A)
PART I
MULTIPLE CHOICE
Choose the single best answer.
(30 points)
1. Which of the following will cause