Econ 551
Assignment 3: Solutions
Due: Thursday October 16, 2014, 5:00pm
1. Alex has 1 day to work, and he can produce two goods, bread b, and wine w. If he devotes a
fraction of his day Lb 1 to bread
Econ 551
Microeconomics
Assignment 1
Due: Thursday, September 18, 2014, 5:00pm
1a. A consumer is considering how much to work (each week). She can work a maximum of 80 hours
per week. Each hour she do
Econ 551: Microeconomics
Assignment 2
Due: Thursday October 8, 2015, 5:00pm
In this assignment, the "substitution effect" associated with a price change is the change in d
Econ 551
Microeconomics
Assignment 1
Due: Thursday, September 17, 2015, 5:00pm
1a. A consumer is considering how much to work (each week). She can work a maximum of 80 hours
per week. Each hour she do
Econ 551
Microeconomics
Assignment 1
Due: Thursday, September 15, 2016, 5pm
1a. A consumer is considering how much to work (each week). She can work a maximum of 80 hours
per week. Each hour she doesn
Econ 551
Assignment 1: Solutions
Due: Thursday, September 18, 2014, 5pm
1a. A consumer is considering how much to work (each week). She can work a maximum of 80 hours
Economics 101
Homework 8
Due November , 2013
Please indicate your recitation time/number and recitation instructor on your answer. Show all
work for full credit.
1
True or False (justify your answer)
Econ 551
Assignment 1: Solutions
Due: Thursday, September 15, 2016, 5pm
1a. A consumer is considering how much to work (each week). She can work a maximum of 80 hours
per week. Each hour she doesnt wo
Econ 551
Assignment 4
Due: Thursday, November 13, 2014, 5:00pm
1. In Sweden, speeding fines depend on an individuals income - that is, if you are caught speeding,
the fine you have to pay is higher, t
Econ 551
Assignment 5 Solutions
Due: Thursday, December 5, 2014, 5:00pm
1. A monopolist produces output with constant marginal cost equal to 1. There are
two of consumers that are potentially in the m
Econ 551
Assignment 2
Due: Thursday October 2, 2014, 5:00pm
In this assignment, the "substitution effect" associated with a price change is the change in demand
for a g
Economics 101
Problem Set 7
Due November 29, 2012
Please indicate your recitation time/number and recitation instructor on your answer.
1
Denitions and Reading Comprehension
For each of the following,
Economics 101
Problem Set 6
Due November 21, 2012 at noon
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1
Denitions and Reading Comprehension
For each of the fo
Economics 101
Homework 7
Due October 29, 2013
Please indicate your recitation time/number and recitation instructor on your answer. Show all
work for full credit.
1
True or False (justify your answer)
Economics 101
Homework 8
Due November , 2013
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work for full credit.
1
True or False (justify your answer)
Economics 101
Homework 7
Due October 29, 2013
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work for full credit.
1
True or False (justify your answer)
Economics 101
Problem Set 3
Due October 16, 2012
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1
Denitions and Reading Comprehension
For each of the following,
Economics 101
Homework 9
Due November 26, 2013
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work for full credit.
1
True or False (justify your answer
Economics 101
Homework 9
Due November 26, 2013
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work for full credit.
1
True or False (justify your answer
Economics 101
Math Practice Problems
Question 1: Properties of Functions
State the properties of the following functions (monotonic, concave or convex, continuous):
1. f (x) = x2
2. f (x) = 3x for x [
Economics 101
Math Practice Problems
Question 1: Properties of Functions
State the properties of the following functions (monotonic, concave or convex, continuous):
(1) f (x) = x2
(2) f (x) = 3x for x
ECON 551 - Microeconomics
Prof. Sebastien Gay
Midterm, Oct 17, 2016
6:30-8:30pm
There are four questions worth 100 points in total. Answer the questions in the spaces
provided. If you run out of room
ECON 551 - Microeconomics
Prof. Sebastien Gay
Midterm, Oct 18, 2017
6:30 - 8:30 pm
There are three questions worth 100 points in total. Answer the questions in the spaces
provided. If you run out of r
Economics 101
Homework 11 (the last one!)
Due December 10, 2013
Please indicate your recitation time/number and recitation instructor on your answer. Show all
work for full credit.
1
True or False (ju
Economics 101
Homework 11 (the last one!)
Due December 10, 2013
Please indicate your recitation time/number and recitation instructor on your answer. Show all
work for full credit.
1
True or False (ju
Economics 101
Homework 1
Due September 10, 2012
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work for full credit.
1. State whether the following are
Economics 101
Homework 1
Due September 10, 2012
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work for full credit.
1. State whether the following are
Economics 101
Homework 10
Not Graded!
1
True or False (justify your answer)
1. Monopolists produce the same quantity as the competitive equilibrium market quantity, but
charge a higher price.
Solution
Economics 101
Homework 2
Due September 17, 2012
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work for full credit.
1. Andrew consumes hotdogs and hamb
Economics 101
Homework 2
Due September 17, 2012
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work for full credit.
1. Andrew consumes hotdogs and hamb
Econ 551
Assignment 5
Due: Wednesday, December 6, 2017, 5:00pm
1. Two individuals Tammy and Charley can produce and consume two goods, food x and
clothing y. Tammy's production possibility frontier is
Georgetown University
Econ-001-20
Summer 2017
PRINCIPLES OF MICROECONOMICS
Course description
In this course we will discover basic concepts in economics that will help us understand everyday economic
Econ 551
Assignment 3
Due: Thursday November 2, 2017, 5:00pm
1. Alex has 1 day to work, and he can produce two goods, bread b, and wine w. If he devotes a
fraction of his day L b 1 to bread making, he