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Review Questions Chapter 27
1. Suppose that the consumption function is given by the equation C = 100 +
0.8YD, where YD is disposable income. What is the marginal propensity to
consume?
A
B
C
D
0.2
0.
ECON231: Introduction to International Trade, Winter 2018
ASSIGNMENT QUESTIONS:
Question 1 (35 points):
The purpose of this question is to examine the rising importance of international trade for a
se
Solutions: Problem Set 4
ECON 290, Models of Choice in Competitive Markets
Jean Guillaume Forand
Winter 2017, Waterloo
1. Suppose that a firm has a Cobb-Douglas production function, that is, f (z1 , z
Solutions: Problem Set 3
ECON 290, Models of Choice in Competitive Markets
Jean Guillaume Forand
Winter 2017, Waterloo
1. Consider a consumer with preferences represented by a utility function u(x1 ,
Solutions: Problem Set 5
ECON 290, Models of Choice in Competitive Markets
Jean Guillaume Forand
Winter 2017, Waterloo
1. An unemployed worker has a job offer with wage w. She has also applied to anot
Problem Set 5
ECON 290, Models of Choice in Competitive Markets
Jean Guillaume Forand
Winter 2017, Waterloo
1. An unemployed worker has a job offer with wage w. She has also applied to another job,
wh
Solutions: Midterm Exam 2
ECON 290, Models of Choice in Competitive Markets
Jean Guillaume Forand
Winter 2017, Waterloo
Out of 20. A correct answer must include a correct explanation. Feel free to use
Solutions: Midterm Exam 1
ECON 290, Models of Choice in Competitive Markets
Jean Guillaume Forand
Winter 2017, Waterloo
Out of 20. A correct answer must include a correct explanation. Feel free to use
Problem Set 3
ECON 290, Models of Choice in Competitive Markets
Jean Guillaume Forand
Winter 2017, Waterloo
1. Consider a consumer with preferences represented by a utility function u(x1 , x2 ) = x1 +
Problem Set 2
ECON 290, Models of Choice in Competitive Markets
Jean Guillaume Forand
Winter 2017, Waterloo
1. Assume that the set of alternatives is X = R2+ and consider the preference relation such
Problem Set 1
ECON 290, Models of Choice in Competitive Markets
Jean Guillaume Forand
Winter 2017, Waterloo
1. Assume that the set of alternatives is X = cfw_a, b, c, d, and consider the preference re
Factors Inuencing Marketing: The Organization Senior Management> Research and development
department <> Alliances: Other organizations Manufacturing department <-> Partnerships:
Suppliers Finance & Ma
Marketing: the activity for creating, communicating, delivering, delivering, and exchanging offerings that
benet the organization, its stakeholder, and the society at large. - everyone should benet -
Econ 211 Winter 2017 Final Exam
Instructions: NO electronic aids of any type are permitted. Answer eight (8)
of the following ten (10) questions. All questions are of equal weight. Indicate
clearly on
The definiteness of matrices (tutorial notes)
Let A be an n n matrix, such that
a11
.
A= .
an1
Recall that the leading principal submatrices of A are
a11
h i
a11 a12
, , An1 = .
A1 = a11 , A2 =
a21
March 7, 2018
Econ 221, Winter 2018
Midterm Exam 2
Answer the questions in the spaces provided, showing the steps you used to
arrive at your answer. If you run out of room, clearly label where you con
Economics 211
Assignment 3
Must be handed in, in class, Tuesday February 27th 2018
Please print this assignment and then answer all questions in the space provided. Please write clearly and concisely.
January 31, 2018
Econ 221, Winter 2018
Midterm Exam 1
Answer the questions in the spaces provided, showing the steps you used to
arrive at your answer. If you run out of room, clearly label where you
Econ 221, Winter 2018
Old second midterm questions
These are a few second midterms from older classes, in one long list.
1. Suppose you roll a fair six-sided die 2 times. Let X denote the number of un
Economics 211
Assignment 2
Must be handed in, in class, Tuesday January 23rd 2018.
Please print this assignment and then answer all questions in the space provided. Please write clearly and concisely.
Economics 211
Test 2
Thursday 8th March 2018
Answer all questions. Each question is worth 10 marks.
1. Derive the demand functions (x1 (p1 , p2 , w) , x2 (p1 , p2 , w) for a price-taking consumer
who
Economics 211
Test 1
Thursday 1st February 2018
Please turn off all electronic devices computers, cell phones, calculators.
Answer all questions. Each question is worth 10 marks.
1. Let, X, the set fo
ECON 322: Econometric Analysis 1
Tutorial Week 3 (Solution)
Exercises
For this tutorial, use the file beauty.RData on Learn. The variable belavg is equal to one if the
person has a look that is consid
ECON 322: Econometric Analysis 1
February 13 Tutorial (Assignment due on February 27 (after the reading week) in your Tutorial session)
Exercises
1) Use the data in hprice1.RData to estimate the model
ECON 322: Econometric Analysis 1
February 13 Tutorial
(Solution)
Question C2:
(i) We first estimate the model:
load("./Wooldridge/data/hprice1.RData")
res <- lm(price~sqrft+bdrms, data=data)
b <- coef
ECON 322: Econometric Analysis 1
Tutorial 1
(Solution of Tutorial Exercises)
For this session, you will need the data file wage1.csv.
Exercises
a) Create a vector wage with the wage observations and a
ECON 322: Econometric Analysis 1
Tutorial Week 3
Exercises
For this tutorial, use the file beauty.RData on Learn. The variable belavg is equal to one if the
person has a look that is considered to be
ECON 322: Econometric Analysis 1
OLS with R: The Basics
1
The OLS object
In this document, we go through several concepts to help you understand how OLS method is done in
R. We restrict ourselves to t
ECON 322: Econometric Analysis 1
Small Introduction to R
Here are the most important elements of R that you need to know before doing the first assignment.
Go through the document carefully and try do