Tips for Top Testmanship
Angelo Melino September 2004
My tests in Eco 202 all follow more or less the same format. I've included here a list of the "types" of questions (I-V) that I ask and some generic hints as to what I look for in a good answer. I. Def
PROBLEM SET FOR CH 21 Suggested Solutions Feb 12, 2005 1. See textbook and lecture notes. 2 BJM Q21a-21d a. True. A change in the current real interest rate alone does not lead to much change in present values and so does not lead to large changes in spen
PROBLEM SET FOR CH 20 Suggested Solutions Feb 12, 2005 1. See textbook and lecture notes. 2 BJM Q20a-20d a. False. The typical university student has a very small portfolio of stocks and bonds (in fact, may even be in debt) but can anticipate high future
PROBLEM SET FOR CH 18 Suggested Solutions Feb 12, 2005 1. See textbook and lecture notes. 2. BJM Q18.1 a. True. We have r i - e . If inflation stays constant, we can expect inflationary expectations to stay constant too. Then movements in real interest ra
PROBLEM SET FOR CH 17 Suggested Solutions January 28, 2005 1. See textbook and lecture notes. 2. BJM Q17.1 a. False. Population responds to immigration and emigration, in addition to births and deaths. b. False. From Table 17-2, we see that Canadians owne
PROBLEM SET FOR CH 15 Suggested Solutions January 17, 2005 1. See textbook and lecture notes. 2. BJM 15.1 a. True. In a closed economy with no government, the IS curve is simply I S, so the ratio of investment to income (the investment rate) must equal th
PROBLEM SET FOR CH 23 Suggested Solutions Feb 12, 2005 1. See textbook and lecture notes. 2 BJM Q23a-23e a. True. Our definition of the short run is a period of time that is short enough for expectations to be taken as fixed. As long as expectations of in
Department of Economics University of Toronto at Mississauga ECO202Y Macroeconomic Theory and Policy October 29, 2004
Professor Angelo Melino
Test One
Time allowed: 110 minutes Aids allowed: Calculator Notes:
This test consists of 5 "define and explain
Problem Set for Chapter 16 Suggested Solutions Feb 3, 2005 1. See textbook and lecture notes. 2. BJM Q16.1 a. True. If we write Y FK, AN then what matters is the product AN. If A grows to A 1 1 gA, then we must have the number of workers fall to N 1 1 g -
Department of Economics University of Toronto at Mississauga ECO202Y Macroeconomic Theory and Policy December 3, 2004
Professor Angelo Melino
Test Two
Time allowed: 110 minutes Aids allowed: Calculator Notes:
This test consists of 5 "define and explain
Department of Economics University of Toronto at Mississauga ECO202Y Macroeconomic Theory and Policy February 6, 2004
Professor Angelo Melino
Test Three
Time allowed: 110 minutes Aids allowed: Calculator Notes:
This test consists of 5 "define and explai
Department of Economics University of Toronto at Mississauga ECO202Y Macroeconomic Theory and Policy March 19, 2004
Professor Angelo Melino
Test Four
Time allowed: 110 minutes Aids allowed: Calculator Notes:
This test consists of 5 "define and explain t
UNIVERSITY OF TORONTO AT MISSISSAUGA Erindale College, Faculty of Arts and Science April / May, 2004 Examination ECO202Y5Y Duration - 3 hours No aids allowed It is an academic offence for students to possess the following items at their examination desks: