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Public Economics 440/540
Midterm Exam.
November 19th 2008
Instructions. Please answer each of the four questions below in the space provided. Each question is worth
25 points there is also a bonus question worth 15 points.
1. The following question
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Homework 2
EC 340 Spring 2016
Due May 9
1 Externalities (50 pts)
Wesley has decided he's going to be the next big club DJ, and he has been throwing parties where he plays
loud music at 2am every day for the past week. John lives next door to Wesley.
EC 340: Issues in Public Economics
Midterm 2
John Voorheis
May 11, 2016
Name:
ID:
You have 1 hour and 20 minutes to complete this exam. There are 5 True-false and 5 short
answer questions. This is a closed note and closed book exam. You may use a calculat
Homework 1 Key
EC 340 Spring 2016
Due April 13
Marginal Rates of Substitution (30 points)
Suppose that Emily is really into brunch. After many brunches, Emily has decided that she is indifferent
across the following combinations of brunch foods (i.e. thes
EC 340: Issues in Public Economics
Midterm 2
Version A
John Voorheis
November 12, 2015
Name:
ID:
You have 1 hour and 20 minutes to complete this exam. There are 10 multiple choice, 6
True-false and 3 short answer questions. This is a closed note and close
EC 340: Issues in Public Economics
Midterm 2
Key
John Voorheis
November 12, 2015
Name:
ID:
You have 1 hour and 20 minutes to complete this exam. There are 10 multiple choice, 6
True-false and 3 short answer questions. This is a closed note and closed book
EC 340: Lecture 3
Tools of Positive Analysis
John Voorheis
University of Oregon
April 4, 2016
John Voorheis (University of Oregon)
EC 340: Lecture 3
April 4, 2016
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Public Finance and Positive Analysis
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University of Oregon
EC 340: Issues in Public Economics, Spring 2015
Instructor and GTF: Matthew S. Wilson. My office is 508 PLC, and my office hours are 11am
12pm on Monday and 1:30 2:30 on Friday or by appointment. Phone: 541-346-4679. Email:
[email protected]
Econ 340
Grade Policy
By Matthew Wilson
For each assignment, I think of three types of students: the A student, the B student, and the Cstudent.
The C- student knows the definitions and understands the most basic ideas covered in class.
However, this stud
Homework 3
EC 340 Spring 2016
Due by June 3 at 12pm
Hand in at Johns Office (430 PLC)
1
Cash Benefits and Labor Supply (40 points)
Suppose Wesley, the DJ from the previous problem set, has fallen on hard times. In Washington, where
Wesley lives, each doll
Math Exercises for Economics 440/540.
Spring, 2000
Professor C. Ellis.
Below you will nd math problems to help you practice the techniques needed to successfully complete
Economics 440/5540.
Find the derivatives of the following.
1. y = 4x3
2. y = x 8
3.
Consumption E ciency
1
Production E ciency
2
P&C E ciency - Robinson Crusoe
3
P&C E ciency
4
Fundamental Theorem - Consumption
5
Fundamental Theorem - Production
6
Fundamental Theorem - P&C I
7
Fundamental Theorem - P&C II
8
Lindahl Voting
9
Lindahl Equil
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Public Economics 440/540
Midterm Exam I.
October 14th 2010
Instructions. Please answer each of the four questions below in the space provided. Each question is worth
25 points. There is also a bonus question worth an additional 15 points.
1. The fol
Math Notes for Economics 440/540.
Spring, 2000
Professor C. Ellis.
Below you will nd the math techniques needed to successfully complete Economics 440/5540.
Preliminaries.
The Roots of a Quadratic equation.
If we have the quadratic equation
ax2 + bx + c =
Public Economics
Christopher J. Ellis
Department of Economics,
The University of Oregon.
Spring 2004
2
CONTENTS
1 Competitive Equilibrium and Welfare
1.1 The Concept of Pareto Eciency. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
1.2 Pareto Eciency in a Two Pe
University of Oregon
Department of Economics
Economics 340: Issues in Public Economics
Fall 2016
Instructor: Nathan Biemiller
Problem Set 2 Key
Due Thursday, November 3, in class
1. Externalities (5 points)
The production of steel causes pollution, which
University of Oregon
Department of Economics
Economics 340: Issues in Public Economics
Fall 2016
Instructor: Nathan Biemiller
Final Exam Review Sheet
The exam will cover all of the material covered in the class.
Definitions
You should be able to define, e
EC 340: Issues in Public Economics
Instructor: Nathan Biemiller
November 10, 2016
Practice Midterm 2
Name:
Email:
@uoregon.edu
ID number:
You have 80 minutes to complete this exam. There are ten multiple-choice questions, five
true/false questions, three
EC 340: Issues in Public Economics
Instructor: Nathan Biemiller
December 8, 2016
Practice Final Exam
Name:
Email:
@uoregon.edu
ID number:
You have 120 minutes to complete this exam. There are fifteen multiple-choice questions,
five true/false questions, f
UNIVERSITY OF OREGON
Department of Economics
Economics 340
Winter 2017
Issues in Public Economics
Monday Wednesday 4:00-5:20PM room 145 STB
Instructor: Erin Hunt
Office: 420 PLC. Office hours: Thursdays 3:00-5:00pm
email: [email protected]
Textbook
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EC 340 Final Study Guide
Fall 2015
John Voorheis
June 1, 2016
The Final will be cumulative, but will be slightly weighted towards material covered since the second
midterm. You should specifically be familiar with the following concepts and tools:
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