Economics 401
Assignment 4
Must be handed in, in class, Thursday March 20th 2014
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These questions are of equal weight. Please write your answers on lined paper.
1. Reconsider the imperfect information car insurance model discussed i
Economics 401
Assignment 3
Must be handed in, in class, Tuesday February 25th 2014
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1. Assume a price taking consu
Economics 401
Assignment 5
Must be handed in, in class, Thursday April 3rd 2014
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These questions are of equal weight. Please answer in the space provided.
1. Consider the following game with sequential moves and perfect information.
Economics 401
Test 2
Thursday 6th March 2014
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1. Consider N price-taking consumers in a three-good world; assume
Economics 401
Assignment 1
Must be handed in, in class, Tuesday 14 January 2014
Answer all questions in the space provided. Please write clearly and concisely.
1. What does it mean to say that a utility function, u(), represents a preference relation
on s
Economics 401
Assignment 2
Must be handed in, in class, Thursday 23 January 2014
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1. Let A be an n by n matrix, po
Economics 401
Assignment 2
Must be handed in, in class, Thursday 22 May 2014
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1. Let A be an n by n matrix, possibly not symmetric. Let B A + A . Prove
Economics 401 Final Examination
24 April 2014
Instructions: NO electronic aids of any type are permitted. Answer seven (7)
of the following nine (9) questions. All questions are of equal weight. Indicate
clearly on the rst page of your booklet which quest
Economics 401
Test 1
Thursday 29th May 2014
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1. Suppose X = 2 and let represent the strict preference r
Economics 401
The Choice-Based Approach
Consider a three-good example of Proposition 2.F.1 in MWG (p. 30) and the discussion
that follows it. Let x1 (a 3 by 1 column vector) denote quantities demanded at prices p1
(which is also a 3 by 1 vector). Now let
Economics 401
Test 1
Thursday 30th January 2014
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1. (a) Dene what it means to say that a preference rel