York UNIVERSITY
ECONOMICS DEAPRTMENT
2014 Summer S1
ECON-4020
MIDTERM EXAM MAY. 24, 2014
TIME ALLOWED: 2 HOURS
MAXIMUM MARKS: 70
QUESITON-1:
[5 MARKS EACH = 50]
Consider the general Solow growth model. Suppose production function at time t is
described as
Final Exam Econ 4010
17 December 2007
Department of Economics
York University
Section A: do all three problems
1. The Ramsey model [10 marks]
Consider the Ramsey model. It can be shown that the dynamics of consumption, c, are given by the
so-called Euler
Midterm Exam Econ 4020
29 October 2009
Department of Economics
York University
1. The Solow model [10 marks]
Consider the Solow model, where k evolves according to k = (k ), where
(n + g + )k .
(k ) = sk
The linearization of this equation around the stead
YORK UNIVERSITY
Department of Economics
ADVANCED MACROECONOMIC ANALYSIS
ECON 4020
Fall 2011
Continuously updated, this version from 11 August, 2011
Instructor: Nils-Petter (Nippe) Lagerlf
E-mail: [email protected] (indicate 4020 in e-mail corresponde
Final Exam Econ 4020
11 December 2009
Department of Economics
York University
Part A: do all three problems below
1. The Solow model [10 marks]
Consider a Solow model, where output (Y ) is produced with a neoclassical production
function, Y = F (K; AL), w
YORK UNIVERSITY
Department of Economics
ADVANCED MACROECONOMIC ANALYSIS
ECON 4020
Fall 2014
Continuously updated, this version from 6 November, 2014
Instructor: Nils-Petter (Nippe) Lagerlf
E-mail: [email protected] (indicate 4020 in e-mail correspond
Midterm Exam Econ 4020
20 November 2014
Department of Economics
York University
Note: unless otherwise explicitly stated, for full mark you must show how you arrived at
your answer.
1. The Solow model [10 marks]
Consider the Solow model, where k evolves a
1
YORK UNIVERSITY
ECONOMICS DEPARTMENT
FINAL EXAM: AP/ECON-4020A
ADVANCED MACROECONOMICS
JUNE 24, 2016
TIME: 3 HOURS
MAX. MARKS = 100
QUESTION-1:
[5 Marks each point: 20 Marks]
Consider the below model:
Y = K ( ALY )
1
Where A is the stock of ideas, LY is
Midterm Exam Econ 5700
12 October 2016
Department of Economics
York University
Notes: For Problems 1 and 2 you must explain how you arrived at your answers, unless
the answer is just one word. For Problem 3 you only need to state the correct answers, not
Some mathematical prerequisites for ECON4010
Some exponential and logarithmic equalities: ln(xy) = ln(x) + ln(y) ln( x ) = ln(x) y ln(y)
ln(xa ) = a ln(x) ex+y = ex ey (ex )y = exy To dierentiate some common functions: f (x) = x2 ) f 0 (x) = 2x f (x) = x3
ECON 4020 Advanced Macroeconomics
Additional class notes on Mathematical Methods I
1. Some Useful Results from Calculus
1.1. LHopitals Rules
f x
f ' x
If lim f x 0 and lim g x 0 , then lim
lim
x x*
x x*
x x*
x x* g x
g ' x
f x
f ' x
If lim
Midterm Exam Econ 5700
16 November 2016
Department of Economics
York University
Notes: For Problems 1-3 you must explain how you arrived at your answers, except when
you are instructed otherwise, and when the answer is just one word. For Problem 4 you
onl
Midterm Exam Econ 4020
19 November 2015
Department of Economics
York University
Instructions: Unless otherwise explicitly stated, you must show how you arrived at your
answer to get full mark. However, where the answer is just one, or a few, words no furt
Final Exam Econ 4010
2 March 2009
Department of Economics
York University
Part A: do any three of the six problems below
1. The Solow model [10 marks]
Consider the Solow model, with Cobb-Douglas production. The capital stock per eective
worker evolves ove
Midterm Exam Econ 4010 24 October 2007 Department of Economics York University
1. The Solow Model [10 marks] Consider a Solow model with Cobb-Douglas production, where capital per eective worker evolves according to: k = s(k )k (n + g + )k , where 0 < < 1
Midterm Exam Econ 413/513
13 March 2002
Department of Economics
Concordia University
1. The Solow model [10 marks]
Consider the standard Solow model, with Cobb-Douglas production. The capital stock per eective
worker evolves over time according to
k = sk
Final Exam Econ 413/513
18 April 2002
Department of Economics
Concordia University
Section A: do all three problems
1. The Ramsey model [10 marks]
Consider a Ramsey Model with no population growth or technological progress (n = g = 0). The time-0
utility
AP ECON 4420 Midterm Information and Guideline Winter 2016
Exam schedule: Feb 23, 2016, 4:00pm-6:00pm
Materials covered: Weeks 1 5.
Note that there are some adjustments for the weekly lecture schedules,
and the Moodle lecture notes have been updated accor
YORK UNIVERSITY
ECONOMICS DEPARTMENT
SUMMER SEMESTER-S2: 2010
FINAL EXAM
AP/ECON-4020
ADVANCED MACROECONOMICS
AUGUST 6, 2010
INSTRUCTIONS:
1.
2.
3.
4.
FINAL EXAM is of 150 Minutes
You are not allowed to have any formula sheet
Show complete work to earn fu
YORK UNIVERSITY
ECONOMICS DEPARTMENT
FINAL EXAM: ECON-4020A
ADVANCED MACROECONOMICS
JUNE 19, 2013
TIME: 2 HOURS
MAX. MARKS = 50
All questions carry equal marks.
QUESTION-1:
Consider the below model:
1
Y = K ( ALY )
Where A is the stock of ideas, LY is the
YORK UNIVERSITY
ECONOMICS DEPARTMENT
SUMMER SEMESTER-S2: 2011
FINAL EXAM: AP/ECON-4020
ADVANCED MACROECONOMICS
JUNE 17, 2011
INSTRUCTIONS:
1.
2.
3.
4.
FINAL EXAM is of 120 Minutes. Max. marks 100.
You are not allowed to have any formula sheet
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