International Macroeconomics1
Stephanie Schmitt-Groh2
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Mart Uribe3
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First draft, Fall 1998
Last updated: June 12, 2014
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The seeds for this manuscript were lecture notes taken by Alberto Ramos in
a course on International Finance that Mike Woodford taug
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Introduction to Exchange Rates
and the Foreign Exchange Market
1. Refer to the exchange rates given in the following table.
Today
June 25, 2010
One Year Ago
June 25, 2009
Country
Per $
Per
Per
Per $
Australia
Canada
Denmark
Euro
Hong Kong
India
Japan
Solutions
Chapter 7 Output, Exchange Rates, and Macroeconomic Policies S-61
2. Suppose that American rms become more optimistic and decide to increase investment expenditure today in new factories and ofce space.
a. How will this increase in investment a
Solutions
Chapter 6 Balance of Payments I: The Gains from Financial Globalization
Therefore, the countrys initial external wealth, W0
(1
the present value of the countrys future trade decits.
r*)W 1, is equal to
d. How would the expressions in (a) and (b)
CHAPTER 5 THE MARKET FOR FOREIGN EXCHANGE
SUGGESTED ANSWERS AND SOLUTIONS TO END-OF-CHAPTER
QUESTIONS AND PROBLEMS
QUESTIONS
1. Give a full definition of the market for foreign exchange.
Answer: Broadly defined, the foreign exchange (FX) market encompasse
ECON 423 Spring 2015
1 The Monetary Approach:
Implications and Evidence
2 Money, Prices and Exchange Rates in
the Long Run: A General Model
3 Monetary Regimes and Exchange Rate
Regimes
Evidence for The Monetary Approach:
2
Evidence From Hyperinflation per
ECON 423 Spring 2015
1 Exchange Rates in the Long Run:
Deviations from Purchasing Power
Parity
Deviations from Purchasing Power Parity
v Does purchasing power parity really works as a
long-run theory of exchange rates?
v In 2012 (World Bank data),
vGNI/Ca
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ECON 423
Tutorial #1
Introduction to Exchange Rates & the Foreign Exchange Market
Instructor: Dr. David R. Sabiston
Spring 2014
#1. Exchange Rate Calculations
Use the following table to answer the question below:
You and a friend, Yi
UNIVERSITY OF CALGARY
ECON 423
Tutorial #2
Exchange Rates I: The Monetary Approach in the Long Run
(Part 1)
Instructor: Dr. David R. Sabiston
Spring 2014
#1. You are given the following information. The current dollarpound exchange
rate is $2 per British
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Week 4 notes!
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Discrete Probability Distribution
Requirements for P(X) to be a discrete probability distribution
1. all x P(X = x) = 1 where x assumes all possible values
2. 0 P(X = x) 1 for every value of x
To find a probability, we look at the indivi
Chapter 2
Asian Regionalism:
Context and Scope
Emerging Asian Regionalism
Chapter 2
Asian regionalism:
context and scope
A
sian regionalism is the product of economic interaction,
not political planning. As a result of successful, outwardoriented growth s
UNIVERSITY OF CALGARY
DEPARTMENT OF ECONOMICS
ECONOMICS 301 (02)
ASSIGNMENT 2
INSTRUCTIONS: Answer all questions. If a question has parts, then each part is of equal value. Answers
must be presented on 8.5 by 11 sheets of smoothly bordered paper. I do not
Balance of Payments:
Chapter 5
Chapter Objectives
& Lecture Notes
FINA 5500
Chapter Objectives: FINA 5500
Chapter 5 / Balance of Payments
1.
To be able to post a given Balance of Payment (BOP) transaction as a debit or a credit
account
2.
To be able to id
INSTRUCTORS MANUAL: MULTINATIONAL FINANCIAL MANAGEMENT, 9TH ED.
CHAPTER 5
SUGGESTED ANSWERS TO CHAPTER 5 QUESTIONS
1.
In a freely floating exchange rate system, if the current account is running a deficit, what are the consequences
for the nation's balanc
28-2
(Key Question) Assuming the level of investment is $16 billion and independent of the
level of total output, complete the following table and determine the equilibrium levels of
output and employment in this private closed economy. What are the sizes