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14.05 Intermediate Applied Macroeconomics Problem Set Solutions
14.05 intermediate applied macroeconomics problem set solutions
Without any taxation or social security, the relation between kt and kt+1 would be just as it is above but without the Zt T term. If Zt is positive, this means we have shifted down the kt+1 = m(kt ) curve relative to the no-tax case. In turn, this reduces the steady state value ofIt follows that all we need to do is find the sign of Zt . Zt 1+ρ rt+1 − n = 1− 2+ρ 1 + rt+1 (2 + ρ)(1 + rt+1 ) − (1 + ρ)(rt+1 − n) = (2 + ρ)(1 + rt+1 ) (1 + rt+1 ) + (1 + ρ)(1 + n) = >(2 + ρ)(1 + rt+1 )

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14.02 Principles Of Macroeconomics Problem Set 1 Solutions Spring 2003
14.02 principles of macroeconomics problem set 1 solutions spring 2003
GDP can be calculated in three equivalent ways: • Value of final goods and services: $500 (the final retail value of the bats) • Sum of value added: Value added by a firm is the final value of its good, minus the value of the intermediate goods used in production. ie: Nomar: $120 Manny: $300 - $120 = $180 Pedro: $500 - $300 = $200 TOTAL VALUE ADDED = $120 + $180 + $200 = $500 • Sum of incomes: Total labor income = 70 + 80 + 70 = $220 Total profits (capital income) = 50 + 100 + 90 = $240 Indirect taxes = $.

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Ec 1011b: Macroeconomic Theory Problem Set 2 Solutions Problem One
ec 1011b: macroeconomic theory problem set 2 solutions problem one
1+it e The uncovered interest rate parity condition is 1+i∗ = EEt , where Et+1 is the expected e t t+1 amount of domestic currency to be received per unit of foreign currency at t + 1, and Et is the amount of domestic currency that can be obtained (currently) at time t per unit of foreign currency. It means that i∗ is high relative to i, it is only because the foreign currency is expected to depreciate heavily relative to the domestic currency. In the case of Zimbabwe, rapid expected currency depreciation.

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14.462 Advanced Macroeconomics Spring 2004 Problem Set 5 Solution
14.462 advanced macroeconomics spring 2004 problem set 5 solution
∗ The function X is strictly increasing. Let θp (˜ be the level of fundamentals at which z) ∗ the inequality above holds with equality, that is X(θp (˜ = x∗ (˜ Then regime z)) p z). −1 ∗ z). change occurs if and only if θ ≤ θp (˜ Let’s write Θ = X , then we can write ∗ ∗ θp (˜ = Θ(xp (˜ That is, for a given participation threshold x∗ (˜ the function Θ z) z)). p z), will give us the threshold of fundamentals below which regime change occurs. ˜ Now let H(x∗ (˜ x, z ) be the expected utility from attacking .

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Problem Sets: Solutions
problem sets: solutions
. d/3, find the value of f . 2.9.1 Solution

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