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CONCORDIA UNIVERSITY
Department of Economics
ECON 381 SECTIONS A
Labor Economics
Fall 2016 ASSIGNMENT 1
Due: Thursday, October 27, before 3:00 pm (in my mailbox)
Question 1. The supply of a particular type of labor to a firm is less elastic than the suppl
CONCORDIA UNIVERSITY
_ V SIR GEORGE WILLIAMS, CAMPUS _
’ WINTER DR. D. OTCHERE
THE BASICS OF THE TRANSMISSIONS MECHANISM OF MONETARY POLICY
Introduction > ‘ ~ - ,
Monetary policy is one of the demand-management policies available to m onetary
authorities
Does Inflation
Targeting Matter?
Manfred J.M. Neumann and Jrgen von Hagen
I. INTRODUCTION
ince it was first introduced by New Zealand
and Chile in 1990, Canada in 1991, and the
United Kingdom in 1992, inflation targeting (IT)
has received a lot of attenti
Ination Targeting and Ination Behavior:
A Successful Story?
Marco Vegaa and Diego Winkelriedb
a
London School of Economics and Central Bank of Peru
b
St. Edmunds College, University of Cambridge
This paper estimates the eects of ination targeting (IT)
ado
Inflation Targeting in Western Europe
Antonio Moreno
Luis Rey
June 23, 2005
Abstract
Several European countries adopted inflation targeting as a monetary policy
strategy during the 1990s. We evaluate the impact of the establishment of this policy framewor
CONCORDIA UNIVERSITY
SIR GEORGE WILLIAMS CAMPUS
ECONOMICS 432/4 A: ADVANCED MONETARY THEORY
Winter 2015
Due: March 9 or March 11, 2015
Midterm Examination: 20%
Dr. D. Otchere
INSTRUCTIONS: Do all parts of question 1 in PART A for 70 points and any
one que
CONCORDIA UNIVERSITY
SIR GEORGE WILLIAMS CAMPUS
ECONOMICS 432/4-A: ADVANCED MONETARY THEORY
Winter 2015
MW: 11:45 am 1.00pm
Location: H-603
Office hours: MW: 2.30pm 4.00pm
Messages: 848-2424, ext. 3900
Dr. D. Otchere
Office: H-1155, Room 35
Tel: 848-2424,
CONCORDIA UNIVERSITY
SIR GEORGE WILLIAMS CAMPUS
ECONOMICS 432
WINTER 2015
TERM PAPER ASSIGNMENT: 30%
DR. D. OTCHERE
INSTRUCTIONS: Students must base their papers on the topic specified below. The purpose of
the assignment is to familiarize students with t
Dr. Otcheres class on Wednesday: Econ 432: Advanced Monetary Theory
ON THE STABILITY OF THE MONEY MULTIPLIER
In our last class, we found out that, in a multiplier model of the broadly-defined money
supply in an economy with a competitive multi-bank system
Econ 432: Dr. Otcheres Class on the Square Root Law of Money Demand
SUGGESTED SOLUTION FOR THE TAKE-HOME ASSIGNMENT.
In class, the net benefit function (NB) for a specified period (based on the definition that net return (NR
= TR TC) was stated as:
NB = R
Econ 401/501 Homework 5
Department of Economics
Concordia University
Due April 9, 2015
1. Suppose that there are n bidders whose valuations vi s are drawn independently and identically from the distribution F over [0, !]. Describe
and derive the symmetric
Econ 401/501 Homework 3
Department of Economics
Concordia University
Due March 26, 2015
Provide complete work that leads to each answer. Do the problems in the order given.
1. Consider the following game. There are two players 1 and 2. Player 1
has 4 stra
Econ 401/501 Homework 3
Department of Economics
Concordia University
Due November18, 2015
Provide complete work that leads to each answer. Do the problems in the order given.
1. Consider the following game. There are two players 1 and 2. Player 1
has 4 st
Microeconomics 401/501
Assignment 1
due date: September 30, 3015
1. Show that the lexico-graphic preference ordering satisfies the axioms of completeness, transitivity, reflexivity and strict-monotonicity.
2. Draw indifference curves that describe a consu
Tutorial 1: Sets
ECON 425/525
Prof. Art Shneyerov
1. Consider the following three sets:
A = cfw_a, b, c,
B = cfw_c, a, d,
C = cfw_b, d, a
Find the following sets:
(a) A B
(b) B C
(c) A B C
(d) A B C
Distributive laws:
(e) A (B C), (A B) (A C). Compare.
(f
ECON 525/425
Mathematics for Economists
Winter 2016
Instructor: Prof. Art Shneyerov, H1155-23
Teaching Assistant: Ribal Abi Raad, abiraad.ribal@gmail.com
Time and location: MB 3.265, Mondays, 6pm - 8:15pm
Tutorial sessions: MB S1.255 , Tuesdays, Tu 4:15pm
10
CHAPTER 2
MULTIVARIABLE CALCULUS
Problem 2-06
For what values of the constant a is the ECON425/525)
following function concave/convex everywhere?
Homework)5)
2
2
There)are)5)questions.)Each)is)worth)20)points.)
fC(x,
+O
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P T E=R x
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Midterm Exam: ANSWER KEY
ECON 425/525
Prof. Art Shneyerov
1. Show that a sequence cfw_xn in Rn satisfying |xn+1 xn |
2 n
3
is Cauchy.
By the triangular inequality, we have for m > n:
|xm xn |
m
X
|xi+1 xi |
i=n
m
X
(2/3)i <
i=n
n
n X
2
1
2
(2/3)i =
HOMEWORK 1: Sets, Functions and Relations
ECON 425/525
Prof. Art Shneyerov
There are 5 questions. Each question is worth 20 points.
1. Consider an infinite family of sets A1 , A2 , . Show that:
1
(a) [1
i=1 \j=i Aj is the set of all elements in all but fi
(a) Let A be a symmetric n n matrix with |A| = 0, let B be a 1 n matrix, and let X be an n 1 matrix.
Show that the expression
(X + 21 A1 B ) A(X + 21 A1 B ) 41 BA1 B
is equal to X AX + BX.
()
ANSWERS
51
(b) Suppose that A is symmetric and positiveECON425/
HOMEWORK 1: Sets, Functions and Relations
ANSWER KEY
ECON 425/525
Prof. Art Shneyerov
1. (a) Show:
i=1 j=i Aj is the set of all elements in all but finitely many
Ak .
To show this, first consider x
i=1 j=i Aj . Then x j=i Aj
for some i. This, in turn, i
0
11
22
0
00
, ,11, ,and
Problem
vectors
and1 1are
arelinearly
linearly
independent.
Problem1-01
1-01 Prove
Prove that
that the
the vectors
independent.
11
00
11
Problem1-02
1-02
Problem
46
ANSWERS
HOMEWORK 3: Linear Algebra A
ECON 425/525
Art