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Bazaar Sheba
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BazaarSheba
Planning the Marketing Mix
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1
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March 7, 2013
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1.1
Problem 1: Consumption Theory
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Theory:
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Professor Violante
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Consider a household who is innitely lived (w = 0> 1> =) and has quadratic utility
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Suggested Solution for HW2
February 26, 2013
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1.1
Pareto Optimality in a Backyard Economy
CE Allocation
The household l chooses (fl > ol ) to maximize the utility function X l (fl > j),
where j1 = ol , jm = o2 and j = jl + jm subject to the following bud

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Question 1: PIH
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t=0 which is perfectly known already at time t = 0. This agent solves the following
consumption/saving problem:
max
cfw_ct ,at+1
s.t.

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Professor Violante
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Up To Now. . .
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Professor Violante
Problem 1
Consider an economy that lasts for 2 periods w = 1> 2= The economy is populated by a
mass 1 of households, all equal, with preferences
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where ? 1 is the dis

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Suggested Solutions HW5
1
Problem 1: Investment model with taxation
1.1
Prots at time t
The after-tax prots of the rm at time t are:
(1 t )[zt f (kt ) pt it ]
1.2
Value of the rm
Vt
j
j+1
1
1
=
t+j = t +
t+1

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Professor Violante
Problem 1
Consider the search model we studied in class, where the hazard rate from unemployment, i.e. the probability of nding an acceptable job and transiting from unemployment
into employment is = 1 J (zW ),