ECON 4081 Intermediate Macroeconomics
Ch. 7 - AS-AD - Problem Set
Due: Tuesday October 14
I. Use the ASAD and ISLM modeis to predict the short run effects of each shock on income (Y), the
price level (P), the interest rate (i), consumption (C), and invest
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Econbrowser. February 23, 2014 by James_Hamilton.
S&P 500 stock price index, 1871:M1 2014:M2. Data source: Robert Shiller.
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Robots and Robber Barons
December 9, 2012
By PAUL KRUGMAN
The American economy is still, by most measures, deeply depressed. But corporate profits are at
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ON AN enormous campus in Shenzhen, in the middle of Chinas manufacturing heartland, nearly a
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ECON 4081 Intermediate Macroeconomics Fall 2015
Ch. 2 Problem Set
Due: Monday Aug. 31
Part 1: Textbook Questions
Do chapter 2 problems and applications(page 44):
o 2 value added approach to GDP
o 4 expenditure categories of GDP
o 7 CPI versus GDP deflato
Tyler Massey
ECON 4081 Intermediate Macroeconomics Fall 2015
Ch. 10 ASAD, Ch. 11 ISLM I - HW
Due Mon. Oct 28
Part 1: Ch. 10 Textbook Questions
Problems and Applications #2, 3.
2. Suppose the Fed reduces the money supply by 5 percent. Assume the velocity
ECON 4081 Intermediate Macroeconomics Fall 2015
Ch. 3 Problem Set
Due: Wednesday Sept. 9
Part 1: Textbook Questions
Do chapter 3 problems and applications (page 78): 1, 8, 9, 10, 11
Part 2: Labor and Capital Share
Answer the following questions based on
ECON 4081 Intermediate Macroeconomics Fall 2015
Ch. 5 Inflation HW
Part 1: Textbook Questions
Do chapter 5 problems and applications (page 133): 1, 2, 7
You do not need to submit answers to the textbook questions. We will answer these in class on Wed. 2
Ch. 11 Inflation
A. Intro
B. The Consumer Price Index
C. Correcting Economic Variables for inflation
An amount of money from a different time
Real and nominal interest rates
A. Intro
Intro
B. The Consumer Price Index
An index number is an economic data
Ch. 10 - Measuring a Nations Income
A. The economy's income and expenditure
B. Rules for Computing GDP
C. The Components of GDP
D. GNP - Gross National Product
E. Real GDP
F. GDP Deflator
Ch 10 Page 1
A. The economy's income and expenditure
Ch 10 Page 2
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Intermediate Macroeconomics
Handout Ch. 2: Calculating Chain-weighted Real GDP
Suppose people only consume 3 different goods. The following table shows the prices and quantities of each good
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ECON 4081 Intermediate Macroeconomics Fall 2015
Ch. 2 Problem Set
Due: Monday Aug. 31
Part 1: Textbook Questions
Do chapter 2 problems and applications(page 44):
o 2 value added approach to GDP
o 4 expenditure categories of GDP
o 7 CPI versus GDP deflato
Intermediate Macroeconomics
Handout Ch. 2: Calculating Chain-weighted Real GDP
Suppose people only consume 3 different goods. The following table shows the prices and quantities of each good
consumed in 2006, 2007, and 2008.
Year
Price of Fish Quantity of
Intermediate Macroeconomics
Handout Ch. 2: Calculating Chain-weighted Real GDP
Suppose people only consume 3 different goods. The following table shows the prices and quantities of each good
consumed in 2006, 2007, and 2008.
Year
Price of Fish Quantity of
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IN THIS CHAPTER, YOU WILL LEARN:
the closed economy Solow model
how a countrys standard of living depends on its
saving and population growth rates
how to use the Golden Rule to find the optimal
saving rate and capital stock
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Why growth matters
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ECON 4410
Professor: Soojae Moon
University of Colorado Denver
International Trade, Spring 2017
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Homework 3 (100 points)
Distribution date: Apr. 19, 2016
Due date: Apr. 26, 2016
Ch.8 Firms in the Global Economy: Export D
IN THIS CHAPTER, YOU WILL LEARN:
how to incorporate technological progress in the
Solow model
about policies to promote growth
about growth empirics: confronting the theory with
facts
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In the Solow model of Chapter 8,
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