1 Econ. 102. Chapter 4. Money, Inflation, Interest Rate, Quantity Theory of Money 1. The cost of living is the number of dollars it takes to buy the goods and services that achieve a given standard of
Econ. 102. Homework 9. Due: May 3, 2010 *. 1. Show your derivation and calculation explicitly. 2. Use the ruler to draw graphs. (Also show the scale explicitly). 3. E-mail submission of your answer wi
Econ. 102. Homework 7. Due: April 19, 2010. *. 1. Show your derivation and calculation explicitly. 2. Use the ruler to draw graphs. (Also show the scale explicitly). 3. E-mail submission of your answe
Econ. 102. Homework 2. Due: March 1, 2010. [1. Honor the due date. 2 No e-mail submission.] NGM (N. Gregory Mankiw) points out that GDP, CPI and the unemployment rate quantify the performance of the e
Fine arts in Solow model: a clarification
Jason (Jen-Shan) Kao
Taiwan Institute of Economic Research
Yeung-Nan Shieh
Department of Economics, San Jose State University
Abstract
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Econ. 102. Homework 3. Due: March 8, 2010. (Honor the due date) *. 1. Show your calculation explicitly. Otherwise only partial credit will be given. 2. Use the ruler to draw graphs. (Also show the sca
Econ. 102. Homework 1. Due: 2/22/10. (Honor the due date) According to Mankiw To understand the economy, economists use models theories that simplify reality in order to reveal how exogenous variables
Econ. 102. Homework 5. Due: March 22, 2010. (no late answer) *. 1. Show your derivation and calculation explicitly. 2. Use the ruler to draw graphs. (Also show the scale explicitly). 3. E-mail submiss
Econ. 102. Homework 10. Due: Monday, May 17, 2010. *. 1. Show your derivation and calculation explicitly. 2. Use the ruler to draw graphs. (Also show the scale explicitly). 3. E-mail submission of you
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Econ. 102. Chapter 3: Classical Theory: The Economy in the Long-run of the economy, economists divide all the variables that describe macroeconomic performance into real variables and nominal variab
Econ. 102. Homework 6. Due: April 12, 2010. No late answer. *. 1. Show your derivation and calculation explicitly. 2. Use the ruler to draw graphs. (Also show the scale explicitly). 3. E-mail submissi
The Origin of Modern Macroeconomics Economists began to study long-run economic growth, inflation and international payments as long ago as the 1750s, and this work was the origin of macroeconomics. B
1 Econ. 102. Chapter 2. Data of Macroeconomics: GDP, CPI and Unemployment 1. Economic activity arises from scarcity, i.e., the available resources are insufficient to meet all wants. Economics studies
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Econ. 102. Spring 2010 Review Questions for Final. *. 1. Final: Monday, May 24, 2010. 6:30pm 10:00 pm. 2. You can have 8 pages cheat sheets. 3. Please review your homework carefully. *. I. Consider
Econ. 102. Homework 4. Due: Monday. March 15, 2010 (No late answer) *. 1. Show your calculation explicitly. 2. Use the ruler to draw graphs. (Also show the scale explicitly). 3. E-mail submission of y
A Note on Chapter 3: The effects of a change of a, c, G and T on r Comparative static analysis is a basic method of analysis in economics. It begins by examining the equilibrium of the subject of anal