MGEA06 LEC 01, LEC 02 & LEC 60
Introduction to Macroeconomics:
A Mathematical Approach
Winter 2018
Introduction
Professor: Iris Au
Class format:
Lecture:
There are 2 regular sections and 1 online sec
Chapter 10 Savings, Investment Spending and the Financial System
Outline
The relationship between savings and investment spending for both closed
and open economies.
Introduce the market for loanabl
Chapter 9 Long-Run Economic Growth
Outline
How do we measure long-run economic growth?
Sources of long-run economic growth.
The growth accounting equation.
Why growth rates differ among countries?
Chapter 8 Unemployment and Inflation
Outline
What is the unemployment rate? How the unemployment rate is calculated?
The significance of the unemployment rate.
What is the natural rate of unemploym
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Introduction
MGEA06 LEC 01, LEC 02 & LEC 60
Professor: Iris Au
Introduction to Macroeconomics:
Class format:
A Mathematical Approach
Lecture:
There are 2 regular sections and 1 online section.
Winter
MGEC61 LEC 01 and LEC 02
International Economic: Finance
Assignment 1
Due: On or before Wednesday, June 8, 12:00noon, IC 286
(Note: Assignment submitted after 1:00pm on June 10 WILL NOT BE accepted un
Question 2
a)
is traded at a forward discount of 0.5% against the :
F/ - E/ 0.0050 (0.5%)
E/
Return on denominated corporate bonds:
R = 0.0156 (1.56%)
Return on denominated corporate bonds:
R = 0.022
MGEC61 Chapter 15 Review Questions Answer Key
Question 1: Problems #4
Given expectations about future exchange rates remain unchanged, when
domestic real GNP increases:
Households want to consume mor
MGEC61 Chapter 16 Review Questions Answer Key
Question 1: Problems #1
RPPP:
Ee E
*
E
Let the Swiss franc be domestic currency and the Russian ruble be foreign currency.
Given = 5% and * = 100%, RPP
oMGEC61 LEC 01 & LEC 02
International Economic: Finance
Assignment 2
Due: On or Before Wednesday, July 29, 2015, 12:00noon, IC 286
(Note: Assignment submitted after Wednesday, July 29, 12:00noon WILL
MGEC61 LEC 01and LEC 02
International Economic: Finance
Assignment 1
Due: On or before Wednesday, June 10, 12:00noon, IC 286
(Note: Assignment submitted after 1:00pm on June 10 WILL NOT BE accepted un
The Classical Model of the Closed
Economy in the LR (Ch3)
MGEB06 Spring 2017
Outline of Topics
1) Where does the Supply of output come from (in the
Long-Run)? [i.e. Output as value-added production]
2
Money, Prices & Inflation in the LR
(Ch4)
MGEB06 Spring 2017
Money
Refers to all assets, generally with a high degree of
liquidity, that can easily be used to settle transactions.
Three Main Functions
MGEB06: Course Overview
Text:
Macroeconomics: Canadian Edition (5th
edition) By Mankiw & Scarth
Strengths: Well written, not too technical, math is
not too hard, short manageable chapters, great
ord
Management
a UNIVERSITY OF TORONTO
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MGEA06 Introduction to Macroeconomics: A Mathematical Approach
Midterm, Winter 2014
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MGEA06 Midterm Answer Key
Winter 2015
Policy for Regrade
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Chapter 10 Savings, Investment Spending and the Financial System
Outline
The relationship between savings and investment spending for both closed
and open economies.
Introduce the market for loanable
Chapter 11 Income and Expenditure
Outline
Introduce the concept of the multiplier.
Derive the consumption function and investment function.
Develop the income-expenditure model (aggregate expenditure
MGEA06 LEC 01, LEC 02 & LEC 60
Introduction to Macroeconomics:
A Mathematical Approach
Winter 2015
MGEA06 Week 1
Iris Au
1
Introduction
Professor: Iris Au
Class format:
Lecture:
There are 2 regular s
Chapter 12 Aggregate Demand and Aggregate Supply (Part 1)
Outline
Derive the aggregate demand curve from the income-expenditure model.
Derive the short-run & long-run aggregate supply curves.
Discu
Chapter 8 Unemployment and Inflation
Outline
What is the unemployment rate? How the unemployment rate is calculated?
The significance of the unemployment rate.
What is the natural rate of unemploym