ECON 302 Macroeconomic Theory 2 Instructor: Sharif F. Khan
Department of Economics University of Waterloo Fall 2011
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ECON 302 Macroeconomic Theory 2 Instructor: Sharif F. Khan
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Total Marks: 15 Marks
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ECON 302 Macroeconomic Theory 2 Instructor: Sharif F. Khan
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Final Exam
Out of 51 points
1. Answer the following questions in a few lines. You may use graphs and/or
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ECON 302 Macroeconomic Theory 2 Instructor: Sharif F. Khan
Department of Economics University of Waterloo Fall 2011
Assignment 2 (Optional)
Total Marks: 50 Marks
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Macroeconomic Theory 2 - Economics 302 - Section 001
Midterm Exam 1 Winter 2014 - Answer key
Part II: Short Questions
Draw appropriate diagram when necessary. Provide explanation for each diagram.
Ans
ECON 302 Macroeconomic Theory 2 Instructor: Sharif F. Khan
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January 12, 2005
Macroeconomics: A Modern Approach
Robert J. Barro
Detailed Table of Contents
Part I. Introduction
1. Thinking about Macroeconomics
I. Output, Unemployment, and Prices in U.S. History
Economics 302
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Static General Equilibrium with Production:
Using Diagrams
1
Problems
1
1. Let the production function be Y = zK N d . Depict the competitive
equilibrium outcome when the uti
Lecture Note
Chapter 11-Inflation, Money
Growth, and Interest Rates
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Introduction
In chapter 10, we studied the determination of the price
level, P.
Now we
Lecture Note
Chapter 12 Government
Expenditure
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Introduction
Up to now, government had very limited
functions in our equilibrium business cycle
model.
We co
Economics 302
Winter 2014
Consumption-Savings Problems: Calculus
Approach
Calculate answers to the following questions:
1. Derive the governments lifetime budget constraint. Express it in terms
of: i)
Economics 302
Winter 2014
Consumer Optimization: Calculus
1. Show that the term = U22 + 2wU12 w2 U11 must be positive when
the utility function is quasiconcave.
2. Solve the consumers optimization pro
Economics 302
Winter 2014
Consumer Optimization: Using Diagrams
1
Problems
1. Draw a typical indierence curve for the following utility functions:
(a) U (C, l) = aC l ,
(b) U (C, l) = aC + l,
(c) U (C
Economics 302
Winter 2014
Static General Equilibrium with Production:
Using Calculus
1
Problems
Comment: on an exam I will generally ask you to dene equilibrium, to
formally write out the rm and house
Economics 302
Winter 2014
Firm Optimization: Using Calculus
1. Let the production function be Y = zK N d .
(a) Is this production function increasing, decreasing, or constant returns to
scale (how doe
Lecture Note
Chapter 8- An Equilibrium
Business Cycle Model
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Topics covered
Real GDP = Trend real GDP + Cyclical
part of real GDP
Measure of cyclical part
Lecture Note
Chapter 9 - Capital Utilization
and Unemployment
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Preview
The equilibrium business cycle model from chapter 8
explains a number of features of
Two Period Model
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Introduction
In the previous lectures, we examined the static decision of the consumer
and the firm and also define a competitive equilibrium
We also saw
Two Period Model with Government
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Introduction
Now that we have explored how the consumers choose the optimal allocation
across time, we can introduce the government as a
Overlapping Generations Model
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Outline for todays lecture
Introduction to a 2 generations OLG model
Endowment economy
Social security
Introduce money
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Social securi
Macroeconomic Theory II
Malthusian Model of Economic Growth
Jean-Paul Lam
January 8, 2017
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Malthusian model of growth
When Thomas Malthus wrote his influential book An Essay on the Principle
of
Lecture Note
Chapter 6 Markets, Prices,
Econ Demand
Supply and302-
Macroeconomic Theory
2
Department of 1
Topics covered
Markets in the Macroeconomy:
-The Goods Market
-The Labour Market
-The Rental M
Econ 302- Macroeconomic Theory 2
Lecture Note
Chapter 2- National Income
Accounting: Gross Domestic Product
and the Price Level
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Economics
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1
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Chapt
Lecture Note
Chapter 5- Conditional
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Macroeconomic Theory
Economic Growth
2
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1
Preview
In last two chapters, we discussed the Solow-Swan
growth model which
Lecture Note
Chapter 4-Working With the
Solow Growth Model
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Key Equations of
The Solow Growth Model
k/k = s(y/k) s n
k is capital per worker
y is real gross
Econ 302-Macroeconomic
Theory 2
Lecture Note Chapter 3
Introduction to Economic
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Growth
Economics
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Fall 2013
Preview
This chapter discusses the importance of
economi