Problem Set 2
Macroeconomics 1 / Microeconomics 1
March 13th 2015
4. Capital Accumulation and Growth
1. Analytical Question 2 Steady State and the Golden Rule
The steady state level of consumption in an economy, C , is equal to steady state output Y minus
Problem Set 1
Macroeconomics 1 / Microeconomics 1
February 27th 2015
1. What is Macroeconomics?
1. Analytical Question 1 Long Term Growth
Consider the data in Figure 1.2. Assume that in 2010 Bangladeshi GDP per capita was 2459 USD,
while the US level of G
Problem Set 2
Macroeconomics 1 / Microeconomics 1
March 13th 2015
4. Capital Accumulation and Growth
1. Analytical Question 2 Steady State and the Golden Rule
The steady state level of consumption in an economy, C , is equal to steady state output Y minus
Problem Set 6
Macroeconomics 1 / Microeconomics 1
May 8th 2015
11. Business Cycles
1. Analytical Question 1 Output Gap and Trend
Output in an economy is given by the following numbers
Year
Output
1
1
2
1.2
3
2.8
4
4.3
5
5.2
6
6.1
7
6.7
8
7.4
9
8.9
10
10
(
Problem Set 8
Macroeconomics 1 / Microeconomics 1
May 22nd 2015
15. Stabilization Policy
1. Analytical Question 1 Demand Shock and Monetary Policy
The economy responds to changes in interest rates with a lag. Suppose that aggregate demand for
goods is giv
Problem Set 3
Macroeconomics 1 / Microeconomics 1
March 27th 2015
10. Consumption and Investment
1. Analytical Question 1 Permanent Income Model and Consumption Smoothing
A consumer expects to earn the following sequence of income over the next five decad
Problem Set 5
Macroeconomics 1 / Microeconomics 1
May 1st and May 8th 2015
13. Monetary Policy
1. What is a monetary policy strategy? Use terms e.g. as instruments and targets in your answer.
Solution:
A monetary policy strategy describes in a coherent an
Problem Set 4
Macroeconomics 1 / Microeconomics 1
April 24th 2015
5. Total Factor Productivity, Human Capital, and Technology
1. Analytical Question 1 Total Factor Productivity
Consider an economy in which output in period t is produced by the Cobb-Dougla
Problem Set 7
Macroeconomics 1 / Microeconomics 1
May 15th and 22nd 2015
21. Currency Crises and Exchange Rate Systems
1. Analytical Question 2 UIP and Risk Premium
There is a fixed exchange rate system between the United States of Albion (U.S.A.) and the
Problem Set 1
Macroeconomics 1 / Microeconomics 1
February 27th 2015
1. What is Macroeconomics?
1. Analytical Question 1 Long Term Growth
Consider the data in Figure 1.2. Assume that in 2010 Bangladeshi GDP per capita was 2459 USD,
while the US level of G
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Economic Growth, Exercise 2 - Solutions
University of Zurich, Fall 2015
Exercise 2:
The Solow Growth Model
1. Cobb-Douglas production function This exercise discusses properties of the
Cobb-Douglas production function and its use in the Solow model.
Suppo
Economic Growth, Exercise 1 - Solution
University of Zurich, Fall 2015
Exercise 1:
Stylized Facts and Basics of Economic Growth
1. Growth of GDP per capita
China sustained a very high growth rate over the last three decades. In this exercise
we will calcu
Economic Growth, Exercise 3 - Solutions
University of Zurich, Fall 2015
Exercise 3:
Population Dynamics
1. The Solow Model with Population Growth. In this exercise you will learn to
handle the Solow Model incorporating population growth. For simplicity su
Economic Growth, Problem Set 6
University of Zurich, HS 2015
Problem Set 6:
The Environment and Openness
Exercise 6.1: Solow Model and the Environment
Let us assume we have a Solow economy where production not only requires inputs
of capital and labor, bu
Economic Growth, Problem Set 5
University of Zurich, HS 2015
Problem Set 5:
Productivity
Exercise 5.1: A Solow Model with Exogenous Technological Progress
Consider a Solow economy with aggregate production function of a general form:
Yt = F (Kt , et Lt ),
Economic Growth, Exercise 1 - Questions
University of Zurich, Fall 2015
Exercise 1:
Stylized Facts and Basics of Economic Growth
1. Growth of GDP per capita
China sustained a very high growth rate over the last 30 years. In this exercise we
will calculate
Economic Growth, Exercise 2 - Questions
University of Zurich, Fall 2015
Exercise 2:
The Solow Growth Model
1. Cobb-Douglas production function This exercise discusses properties of the
Cobb-Douglas production function and its use in the Solow model.
Suppo
Economic Growth, Exercise 3 - Questions
University of Zurich, Fall 2015
Exercise 3:
Population Dynamics
1. The Solow Model with Population Growth. In this exercise you will learn to
handle the Solow Model incorporating population growth. For simplicity su
Economic Growth, Exercise 7
University of Zurich, HS 2015
Exercise 7:
Inequality and Institutions
Exercise 7.1: Inequality and Growth
We would like to study inequality in a simple set-up.1 Think of two types of agents:
poor, P and rich, R, with population
Economic Growth, Problem Set 4
University of Zurich, HS 2015
Problem Set 4:
Human Capital
Exercise 4.1: Human Capital in the Form of Education
Suppose you estimate a wage regression of the form
log wagei = + edui + edu2i + Xi + i ,
(1)
on a cross-sectiona