The Macroeconomic Consequences of The Fall in Oil Prices on Exporting and
Importing Countries.
Since the second half of 2014, oil prices have declined at both a sudden and
relatively continuous rate. The oil industry has witnessed the worst and deepest do
Specification and Diagnostic Tests
Empirical research is usually an interactive process. The process begins with a specification of the
relationship to be estimated. Selecting a specification usually involves several choices: the variables to
be included,
CHAPTER 2
Linear Models and Regression
The purpose of models is not to fit the data, but to sharpen the questions
Samuel Karlin (1924 ), Evolutionary Geneticist
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Chapter 4: Financial Markets
4-1 The Demand for Money
Assumptions:
o There are only two assets in the financial market: money and bonds
o Price is fixed and Y is given, that is nominal GDP is given
Money: what can be readily used to pay for transactions.
Department of Economics,
University of Essex,
Dr Gordon Kemp
Session 2012/2013
Autumn Term
EC352 Econometric Methods
Exercises from Week 03
1
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The following equation describes the median housing price in a community in terms of amount
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ANSWERS TO END-OF-CHAPTER PROBLEMS
Chapters 1-6
CHAPTER 1
Quick Check
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Macroeconomic Theory
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Chapter 4: Financial Markets
4-1 The Demand for Money
Assumptions:
o There are only two assets (in the financial market: money ( )and bonds (
)
o Price is fixed and Y is given, that is nominal GDP is given
Money: what can be readily used to pay for transa
Chapter 1: A Tour of the World
1.1 The Crisis
A recession: a decrease in output => lower interest rates to stimulate demand and avoid a recession.
Other countries were affected through two channels:
o The first channel was trade.
o The second channel was
Sample of questions for mde 611 mid-term
1) What is the effect of multicollinearity on the regression results
2) The following regression was estimated using 427 students,
Yi = a0 + a1 X1i + a2 X2i + a3 X3i + ei
0.423 0.398 0.0007375
0.001015
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Math review
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Differentiation
Integration
Optimization
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where c is any number. So, we can factor
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Quiz 1, Engineering Economics (ENG 360)
College of Engineering, University of Qatar (Fall 2016)
Name:_ ID:_
Q 1 (6pts)
Suppose that we have cash flows as follows. Calculate their present equivalent (P) (Just provide the equation
only using the compound in
Quiz 5, Engineering Economics (ENG 360)
College of Engineering, University of Qatar (Fall 2016)
Name:_ ID:_ Section:_
Q 1. (6pts) A material handling machine has a first cost of $40,000, a monthly operating cost of $1500, and a
salvage value of $12,000 in
Quiz 4, Engineering Economics (ENG 360)
College of Engineering, University of Qatar (Fall 2016)
Name:_ ID:_
Q 1. (5pts) Select the better one between two proposals shown below. Use incremental B/C analysis and an
interest rate of 10% per year. Use Convent
Quiz 2, Engineering Economics (IENG 360)
College of Engineering, University of Qatar (Oct 17, Fall 2016)
Name:_ ID:_ Section:_
You can use the following 10% compound interest factors for the next two questions.
Q 1 (5pts). Determine the future worth (at y
Quiz 6, Engineering Economics (ENG 360)
College of Engineering, University of Qatar (Fall 2016)
Name:_ ID:_ Section:_
Q1. (7 points, 0.3pt each cell) A project has cash flows with 4 year life time as shown in the table below.
Complete the table. The effec
Quiz 3, Engineering Economics (ENG 360)
College of Engineering, University of Qatar (Oct. 26, Fall 2016)
Name:_ ID:_
Q 1. (6pts total, 3 pts each) Calculate. You can use one of the following formula:
a) ia = (1 + i)m - 1
b) Effective i per time period = (
Qatar University
Faculty of Engineering
Engineering Economics
ASSIGNMENT # 1
Issued October 1, 2015
Due Date: October March 8, 2015 Lecture time
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Question 1 (10 marks)
A medium-size consulting engineering firm is trying to decide whether it should replac
Strategic Plan
Eastern Mediterranean University
2012 2015
V. 2
Table of Contents
Message from the Rector . 2
Part 1: The Mission, Vision, and Values . 4
The Mission Statement . 4
The Vision Statement . 4
The Values . 4
Part 2: Policies, Objectives and Pri
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PART II
Financial Markets
Following the Financial News
The Wall Street Journal Forecasting Survey for 2003 (continued )
In percent except for dollar vs. yen and dollar vs. euro
JULY 2002 SURVEY 3-MO. 10-YR. GDP-b CPI-c $U.S. UNEMPL. TREASURY vs. BILL-