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Macroeconomics Assignment 2
Due Monday June 6 by 6:00 pm
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questions, please type the answers in the spaces provided below each question.
Econ 503 Macro I Midterm Examination I
S.L. Parente Spring 2006
1. Consider the following two-sector, infinite horizon model economy populated by a continuum of measure one identical agents. Preferences of the representative agent are
t =0
t
[log(ct ) + l
Econ 503 Sp 2005 Final Examination
S.L. Parente
1. Consider the following two-sector dynastic economy. The key feature of this economy is that capital is sector-specific. An agent values consumption and leisure. The period utility of an individual is log(
Econ 503 Midterm Exam I
Spring 2007
1. Consider the following 3 sector single period economy. Household Sector: There is a continuum of measure 1 of households uniformly distributed on the [0,1] interval. Each household is endowed with 1 unit of time and
Econ 503 Spring 2006 Final Examination (160 total Points)
S.L. Parente
1. Consider the following infinite horizon model populated by a continuum of measure one of identical households uniformly distributed on the unit interval. The economy produces a sing
Econ 503 Spring 2008 Final Examination (100 total Points)
S.L. Parente
I. LUCAS TREE MODEL
This problem uses the standard Lucas Tree Model with a single tree, perishable fruit, and a continuum of measure one of identical infinitely lived agents with utili
Econ 503
Spring 2009
S.L. Parente
Examination I (100 Points)
1. Consider the following infinite horizon problem faced by Robinson Crusoe.
There is a single output that can be used for either consumption or investment
purposes.
Preferences: Robinsons perio
Econ 503 Spring 2008 Examination I (100 Points)
S.L. Parente
1. Consider the following Robinson Crusoe or social planner problem. There are two goods. Good 1 has both a consumption use and an investment purpose. Good 2 is a pure consumption good. The prod
Econ 503 Spring 2008 Midterm Examination II
S.L. Parente
1. This problem uses the standard Lucas Tree Model with a single tree, perishable fruit, and a continuum of measure one of identical infinitely lived agents with utility strictly increasing in consu
Econ 403 Macroeconomics Final Examination
S.L. Parente Spring 2003
1. Consider the following growth model based on Romer (1986). There is a single good and a continuum of identical, infinitely lived agents of measure one. Preferences:
t =0
t
log(ct )
Tech
Econ 403 Macro Final Examination (100 points) Consider the following economy:
S.L. Parente Spring 2000
There is a continuum of measure one of infinitely lived agents with preferences given by
[c
t t =0
Mt
+ (1 )cHt ]1 / + log(l t ) ,
]
where cMt is a g
Econ 403 Macro Theory Midterm Examination (100 points)
S.L. Parente Spring 2000
Please answer all questions in the exam book. Include all work. 1. Consider the following infinite horizon endowment economy with two types of consumers, A and B, and a govern
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Macroeconomics Assignment 4
Due Monday June 13 by 6:00 pm
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questions, please type the answers in the spaces provided below each question.
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Macroeconomics Assignment 2
Due Tuesday May 31 by 6:00 pm
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questions, please type the answers in the spaces provided below each question.
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Macroeconomics Assignment 5
Due Monday June 20 by 6:00 pm
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questions, please type the answers in the spaces provided below each question.
Econ 403 Macroeconomics
S. L. Parente Spring 2004
Midterm II 1. Consider the following two country pure exchange Overlapping Generations Model Economy. Each generation consists of N agents who live for two periods. Let the country of an agent be denoted b
Econ 403 Macroeconomics
S. L. Parente Spring 2003
1. Consider the following model economy with full-time and part-time workers. The goal of workers is to maximize the discounted expected value of lifetime income with a discount factor . (This is equivalen
Econ 403 Macro Theory
S.L. Parente Sp. 2000
Midterm Examination II (100 points)
1. Consider the following two-sector growth model in continuous time. Assume that there is a continuum of identical infinitely lived households of measure 1. One sector produc
Econ 403 Macro Theory Midterm Examination I
S.L. Parente Spring 2004
1. Consider the following infinite horizon production economy populated with I identical infinitely lived agents and J firms. Preferences: The present value of an agent's lifetime utilit
Econ 403 Macro Theory
S.L. Parente Spring 2003
Midterm Examination
1. Consider the following infinite horizon pure exchange economy with two types of agents and a government. There is a single perishable good in the economy. Households: There are an equal
Econ 503
Spring 2007
S.L. Parente
Midterm Examination II
1. Consider the following 2 period lived overlapping generations model with production
and no population growth.
Business Sector: There is a single representative firm in the economy with the follow
Econ 503 Spring 2006 Midterm Examination II
S.L. Parente
1. Consider the following 2 period lived overlapping generations model with no storage technology and population growth. At each date there are Nt agents born, where Nt+1=Nt(1+) . The preferences of
Econ 503
Spring 2010
S.L. Parente
Examination I (100 Points)
1. Consider the following finite horizon problem faced by Robinson Crusoe.
There is a single output that can be used for either consumption (ct), physical capital
investment, (xt) or education e
Econ 503
Spring 2009
S.L. Parente
Midterm Exam II (100 points)
1. Consider the following Lucas Tree economy. There is a continuum of measure
one of identical, infinitely lived households. There is a single tree in the economy
that produces fruit, dt, whic
Macroeconomics Module 5 Practice Questions
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