CHAPTER 9INTERNATIONAL FACTOR MOVEMENTS AND MULTINATIONAL
ENTERPRISES
MULTIPLE CHOICE
1. "Risk spreading" is a motive most likely to be served when firms undergo:
a. Horizontal integration
b. Vertical
CHAPTER 1THE INTERNATIONAL ECONOMY AND GLOBALIZATION
MULTIPLE CHOICE
1. A primary reason why nations conduct international trade is because:
a. Some nations prefer to produce one thing while others pr
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HOMEWORK 8. Due March 26.
1. If a two-period (from period 0 to period 2) discount bond has a price of 100 and a
payout of 122 and a one period discount bond
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The eect of interest rates on consumption
Consider the Euler Equation and let us for the moment assume that the interest rate is timevaryi
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HOMEWORK 11. Due Wednesday April 23.
1. Consider the case of an economy with four states-of-the-world. Assume that an asset S1 exists
that pays 2 units in p
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HOMEWORK 10. Due Wednesday April 16.
1. Assume that two agents live for two periods in an economy with perfect Arrow-Debreu markets
and no storage. Assume t
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HOMEWORK 9. Do not hand in. Solve the questions before Monday and ask questions at
class (Celine is there for Q&A). Similar questions may be asked in Midter
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April 8, 2007
HOMEWORK 8. Due Monday April 16.
1. (7% of second core exam 2003.) Asset A and asset B exist for one period and their returns
have identical c
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Final Exam, April 29 3 pages, 5 questions. All sub-questions carry equal weight.
1. (20%) Consider the AR(1) model
yt = 3 0.5yt1 + et ,
where et is white no
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HOMEWORK 7. Due Wednesday March 19.
1. (20% of midterm 2, 2009) Consider the Consumption CAPM-model. a) Assume the
world only have two outcomes (states of t
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Homework 2. Thursday January 23. Due Wednesday January 29.
1. (24% of Midterm 1, Spring 2005 (numbers slightly changed) Assume that
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Homework 1. Wednesday January 15. Due Wednesday January 22.
1. Dene the lag polynomial a(L) = a0 + a1 L and b(L) = b0 + b1 L + b2 L2
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February 4, 2014
HOMEWORK 4. Wednesday February 5, due February 12.
1. A consumer lives for 3 periods and earns 200$, X$, and 400$ in period 1, 2, and 3 res
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Midterm Exam 2, April 16 questions. All sub-questions carry equal weight except
where otherwise indicated.
1. (15%) Assume that ination in period t is It an
ECONOMICS 7344, Spring 2006
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March 27, 2006
Excess Sensitivity tests of Halls 78 model
The implication of Halls 1978 model is that consumption is a Martingale, i.e.,
Et1 Ct = 0 .
The na
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March 6, 2012
An introduction to the CAPM model.
We will rst sketch the ecient frontier and how to derive the Capital Market Line and we will then
derive th
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March 6, 2007
HOMEWORK 6. Due Wednesday March 21.
1. A consumer lives for 3 periods and earns 200$, 100$, and X$ in period 1, 2, and 3 respectively. X is a
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Homework 4. Thursday February 12. Due Wednesday February 19 (NOTE: The material in questions 35 will be covered in class Monday so a
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April 19, 2007
HOMEWORK 9. Due Monday April 23.
1. Obstfeld-Rogo 5.3 (parts a and c).
2. Assume that 2 agents live for 2 periods in an economy with perfect
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Homework 3. Monday February 5, due Wednesday February 14.
1. Romer, problem 6.1, pp. 339340. (Note: This demonstrates the workings o
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Homework 1. Wednesday January 17. Due Monday January 29.
Romer Chapter 5.1, 5.2, 5.3, 5.4.
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March 21, 2007
HOMEWORK 7. Due Wednesday March 28.
1. (30% of midterm 2, 2005) Consider the PIH model. Assume that a consumers income follows the AR(1) proc
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Homework 5. Wednesday February 28. Wednesday Monday March 7.
1. Let
xt = 0 + ut + 0.5 ut1 + ut2 ,
where ut is white noise.
2
Find th
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NOTE. Obstfeld-Rogo (OR). Simplied notation.
Assume that agents (initially we will consider just one) live for 2 periods in an economy with
u
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The consumption CAPM (CCAPM).
There are many versions of the consumption CAPM, depending on the assumed utility function of
consumers. The ch
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INTEREST RATE THEORY
We will cover xed income securities. The major categories of long-term xed income securities are
federal government bonds, corporate bo
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Ecient Markets.
Ecient markets. In many nancial textbooks the Ecient Market Hypothesis (EMH) is treated
prominently (see Chapter 2 of the Campbell, Lo, MacKinlay
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Measurement Error in Regression and Friedmans version of the Permanent
Income Model.
Keynes argued that saving tends to be an increa