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Econ 313 Homework 1
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Econ 313 Homework 3 Answer Key
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2. Monetary Policy Rules: Consider the policy rule used in the lecture notes:
Rt = r + m(t )
Furthermore, assume that r = 2%, m = 1/2, and = 2%.
(a)
t = 15% Rt = 0.02 + (1/2)(0.15 0.02)
= 0.02
Econ 313 Practice Midterm Exam
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1. What are t
Econ 313 Homework 2
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Unemployment Rate vs. Inflation 19611969
5
Inflation
4
3
2
1
0
3.0
3.5
4.0
4.5
5.0
5.5
Unemployment Rate
6.0
6.5
7.0
There does appear to be a tradeoff between inflation and unemployment using this data. There is
very strong evidence of an inverse rela
Econ 313 Practice Final Exam
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Final Exam Sample Questions  Fall 2013
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(10 pts)
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each question.
1.
In the IS/LM mo
<Stabilization Policy> How should govt respond to biz cycle(2argu) ?1.It is policymakers job to lean against the windstimulate the econ during downturns & slow the
econ when it is become overheated.2.The econ is naturally stable & policymakers will only
Econ 313 Homework 2
1. The Great Recession: Suppose your friend asserts that the Financial crisis of 20072009
was caused by the Community Reinvestment Act, a law that encouraged banks to lend in
low and moderate income areas and allows the bank to charge
Economics 313 Final Examination
Professor George W. Evans
Department of Economics, University of Oregon
December 10, 2009
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100 points.
I. (32 points total). G
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Stabilization and ASAD Framework
Denitions
Monetary Policy Rule
Rational Expectations
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Macroeconomy Today
Denitions
Zero Lower Bound
Liquidity Trap
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How I would study for the midterm:
1. Read through the lecture slides. If confused about anything, consult the book.
2. Make sure you are comfortable completing all of the homework questions, to the point
that you think you could complete them without loo
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EC313  Intermediate Macroeconomic Theory
Quiz 1
Suppose that government spending depends positively on disposable income, so that:
G = g0 + g1 (Y T )
1. Does this make the model more or less realistic? Why?
I would accept any answer that referenced our m
EC313  Intermediate Macroeconomic Theory
Example Questions
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one right answer for each question. If seve
EC313  Intermediate Macroeconomic Theory
Example Questions
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one right answer for each question. If seve
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EC313  Intermediate Macroeconomic Theory
Quiz 4
Consider the IS / LM model
1. Draw equilibrium in the IS / LM model; label the equilibrium as A
2. Suppose that taxes increase. Draw the shifts that occur in the IS and LM curves (you do not need
to draw th
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ClassicalDischotomy:The quantity theory of money cements a separation between real variables and nominal variables
(nominalreal)Seigniorage:tax revenue generated for govern by printing money Positive Analysis:A statement about what is with no
moral judgme
EC313  Intermediate Macroeconomic Theory
Quiz 2
1. Why do we describe the interest rate as the price of holding money?
In our model there are only two assets  money and bonds. Whatever of your assets you are
holding as money you are by denition not hold
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1.
The multiplier in the
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Measuring the Economy
In this lecture, you should learn:
Denitions:
Gross Domestic Prod
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