chapter 6
3. Solows Model of Exogenous Growth
a) The Representative Consumer
b) The Representative Firm
c) Competitive Equilibrium
d) Steady-State Growth
i) The Steady-State Path
ii) Adjustment Towards Equilibrium
e) Savings and Growth
i) Equilibrium Effe
Two Period Model:
Intertemporal Decisions
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Consumption-Savings Decisions
Models we have studied so far:
one period (static) models: no savings decision
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this was done to keep analysis simple
Well consider a model where savings is determ
2-Period Model with Investment
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Intertemporal Model with Investment
Up to now, we have analyzed
static labor-leisure choices of consumers
intertemporal consumption-savings decisions of consumers
intertemporal government taxation and d
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Prof. Simona Cociuba
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Assignment 2 Econ 2220A
Due on Monday October 31, 2016
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Business Cycle Facts
Question 1. (1 points) This question requires you to use Excel. Go to OWL and download the excel le "Assignment2.x
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Solution: Assignment 3 Econ 2220A
Due in class on Wednesday, November 30, 2016
Solution: Question 1
(a) . Government collects a fraction of firm profits given by:
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Lecture 4
Sept. 21
A one-period macro model: consumer behaviour
Static model: has only one time period
Consumer behaviour
-work and earn income
-have less leisure time
Goods in the economy
Monotonicity
More is preferred to less
Difference can not be upwar
Lecture 1 Sept.12
What is macro?
-deals with different policies
-overall level of economic activity
This course
Develop tools is more difficult(formulate a model-system equations)
What is a model
-a virtual representation of the real world
-has to be simp
Lecture 2 Sept. 14
Profits from producers: after tax
Calculating GDP
Product approach(value added approach)
-value added coconut producer=20
-restaurant=30-12=18
-government(providing services,not trading in the market)=5.5
-together GDP is 43.5
Expendi
Mar 13
1. Strategic Complementarities: The marginal benefit/product of
an individual depends on the choices and economic activity of
other individuals.
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Lecture 5 Sept. 26
U(c,l)=lnC+2lnl
First derivative will be >0
Second derivative will be <0
2=lnC+2lnl
This is the indifference curve that gives the utility equals to 2
MRS(c,l)=-slope IC
Income tax, HST, sales tax will be depended on the actions of the c
Lecture 3 Sept. 19
Nominal GDP and Real GDP
Year 1=50+80+130
Year 2=292
GDP growth rate=(year2-year1)/year1=(year2/year1-1)X100
Why growth rate are different
-the relative price are different
-price of laptops become relative cheaper
-use year 2 as base y
Economics 2220A
570
Fall 2014
Intermediate Economics I
Professor: Brandon Malloy
Office: W056
Email: [email protected]
Office Hours: Wed, 10:30-11:30
Ext:
Class Times and Location(s):
Monday: 9:30-11:00am, in LH103
Wednesday: 9:00-10:30am, in W166
Course Des
Some More Practice Problems for Midterm 2
Note: There will not be any solution posted for these practice problems.
Question 1. Consumer Behaviour
Consider a consumer whose preferences are represented by the utility function
U (C; l) = ln (C) + 5l
Assume t
Intermediate Macroeconomics I
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About the Prof.
My name is Simona Cociuba
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Born in Romania
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B.A., Masters and Ph.D. in Economics
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Worked as economist at the Federal Reserve Bank of Dallas
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Taught at Western in 2010 as visiting prof
University of Western Ontario
Prof. Jacob Short
Fall 2016
Assignment 3 Econ 2220A
Due in class on Wednesday, November 30, 2016
Last name, First name:
Assignment Rules
1. There are 4 questions. The maximum score is 10 points.
2. The assignment is due at th
Brief tutorial. Consider the data given in columns C and D.
Cell G6 computes the standard deviation of variable y from column C, using the Excel function
STDEV. If you double click on cell G6, you will see the formula used to compute the standard
deviatio
Chapter 4
1.
Consider the two hypothetical indifference curves in Figure 4.1. Point A is
on both indifference curves, I1 and I2. By construction, the consumer is
indifferent between A and B, as both points are on I2. In like fashion, the
consumer is indif
Chapter 3
1.
a) Although the correlation coefficient does not appear to be very large, x and
y are positively correlated.
b) For this part of the problem, we need to draw the data in the form of two
time series plots in Figure 3.1b.3. We know from our key
Chapter 5
1. Although we often think about the negative externalities of congestion and
pollution in cities, there may also be some positive externalities. A
concentrated population is better able to support the arts, professional sports,
etc; cities typi
Chapter 1
Problems
1. Product accounting adds up value added by all producers. The wheat
producer has no intermediate inputs and produces 3 million tonnes at
$30/tonne for $90 million. The bread producer produces 100 million loaves at
$3.50/loaf for $350
Two Period Model Applications:
Credit Market Imperfections
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Credit Market Imperfections
How do real credit markets compare to what we have studied in the
two period model economy?
Borrowing and lending at different rates:
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Different
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Chapters 1 and 2: Measurement
1.1
Measurement: Growth Rates
Consider the following economic facts: (i) Per capita real GDP in Krakozhia in year 2000
was 10; 000 Krakozhian dollars. (ii) Per capita real GDP in Krakozhia in year 2005 was
11; 876:31: Krako
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Prof. Simona Cociuba
Fall 2016
Assignment 1 Econ 2220A: Solutions
Due on Monday, September 26, 2016
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1
Canadian Data
Question 1. (1 point)
(a) : Using data you download from Statistics Canada (as detailed below), compute rea
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Practice Problems Econ 2220A
NOTE: THESE PROBLEMS MAY BE USEFUL FOR
STUDYING FOR THE FINAL EXAM, HOWEVER,
THEY ARE NOT AN INDICATION OF THE ONLY
TYPES OF QUESTIONS TO BE ON THE FINAL.
PLEASE BE SUR
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Prof. Simona Cociuba
Midterm 1
Econ 2220A
October 3, 2016
Section 2 (afternoon)
Instructions
This exam is 1 hour and 40 minutes long. There are 3 questions.
This is a closed book, closed notes exam (i.e. formula sheets are no
Economic Growth:
Malthus to Solow
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Long Run Economic Growth
Long run economic growth: rise in living standards
Canada: sustained economic growth interrupted by recessions
Well study what drives sustained economic growth
Well establish
University of Western Ontario
Prof. Simona Cociuba
Midterm 2
Econ 2220A
November 7, 2016
Instructions
This exam is 1 hour and 40 minutes long. There are 3 questions.
This is a closed book, closed notes exam (i.e. formula sheets are not allowed!).
You may
Solow Model and the Golden Rule
Consider the standard Solow model. Population grows exogenously over time: N 0 = (1+n)N
where N 0 is population tomorrow, N is current population and n > 0 is the growth rate of
population.
Consumers have one unit of time w