Foundations of Modern Macroeconomics

Exercise and Solutions Manual
 
 
Oxford University Press
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The study of macroeconomics can seem a daunting project. The field is complex and sometimes poorly defined and there are a variety of competing approaches. Designed to complement the third edition of Foundations of Modern Macroeconomics, this manual enables students to further sharpen their skills in macroeconomic formulation and solution. Fully revised and updated, and including brand new problems and numerical examples, the new edition of Foundations of Modern Macroeconomics: Exercise and Solutions Manual uses worked example models to enable self-study and to allow the reader to begin to build their own models. It uses a range of problems with varying degrees of difficulty and provides solutions.
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Ben J. Heijdra received his education in the Netherlands and in Canada. Before joinin the Faculty of Economics and Business of the University of Groningen in the Spring of 1998 he held academic positions at various universities in Australia and the Netherlands. His research focuses on policy-relevant (theoretical) macroeconomics. Topics include ageing and macroeconomic performance, annuitization and the macroeconomy, and environmental macroeconomics. Heijdra is a Senior Researcher of Netspar, a network dedicated to the study of ageing and pension issues, and a Fellow of CESifo (Munich). He has been on the editorial board of De Economist since January 2005.
  • Cover
  • Foundations of Modern Macroeconomics: Third Edition: Exercise & Solutions Manual
  • Copyright
  • Preface
  • About the manual
  • Visible means of support
  • Acknowledgements
  • Contents
  • List of Figures
  • List of Tables
  • Chapter 1: Review of the AD-AS model
  • Question 1: Short questions
  • Question 2: The Cobb-Douglas production function
  • Question 3: The AS-AD model
  • Question 4: Consumption tax
  • Question 5: Tax incidence
  • Question 6: The Keynesian cross model
  • Question 7: The import leakage
  • Question 8: The liquidity trap
  • Question 9: The IS-LM-AS model with inflation
  • Answers
  • Question 1: Short questions
  • Question 2: The Cobb-Douglas production function
  • Question 3: The AS-AD model
  • Question 4: Consumption tax
  • Question 5: Tax incidence
  • Question 6: The Keynesian cross model
  • Question 7: The import leakage
  • Question 8: The liquidity trap
  • Question 9: The IS-LM-AS model with inflation
  • Chapter 2: The open economy
  • Question 1: Short questions
  • Question 2: The Mundell-Fleming model
  • Answers
  • Question 1: Short questions
  • Question 2: The Mundell-Fleming model
  • Chapter 3: Dynamics in aggregate demand and supply
  • Question 1: Short questions
  • Question 2: The Keynesian cross model (continued)
  • Question 3: The IS-LM model with capital accumulation
  • Question 4: Stability of the IS-LM model
  • Question 5: The Blinder-Solow model
  • Question 6: Ricardian equivalence in the Blinder-Solow model
  • Question 7: The Blinder-Solow model with capital accumulation
  • Question 8: Adaptive expectations in a monetarist model
  • Question 9: More on adaptive expectations
  • Question 10: Optimization and computation
  • Question 11: The multiplier-accelerator model
  • Question 12: Dynamics of foreign reserves
  • Question 13: Automatic stabilizer
  • Answers
  • Question 1: Short questions
  • Question 2: The Keynesian cross model (continued)
  • Question 3: The IS-LM model with capital accumulation
  • Question 4: Stability of the IS-LM model
  • Question 5: The Blinder-Solow model
  • Question 6: Ricardian equivalence in the Blinder-Solow model
  • Question 7: The Blinder-Solow model with capital accumulation
  • Question 8: Adaptive expectations in a monetarist model
  • Question 9: More on adaptive expectations
  • Question 10: Optimization and computation
  • Question 11: The multiplier-accelerator model
  • Question 12: Dynamics of foreign reserves
  • Question 13: Automatic stabilizer
  • Chapter 4: Perfect foresight and economic policy
  • Question 1: Short questions
  • Question 2: The term structure of interest rates
  • Question 3: The IS-LM model with sticky prices
  • Question 4: Leaning against the wind
  • Question 5: Fiscal policy with fixed nominal wages
  • Question 6: The Dornbusch model
  • Question 7: The Buiter-Miller model
  • Answers
  • Question 1: Short questions
  • Question 2: The term structure of interest rates
  • Question 3: The IS-LM model with sticky prices
  • Question 4: Leaning against the wind
  • Question 5: Fiscal policy with fixed nominal wages
  • Question 6: The Dornbusch model
  • Question 7: The Buiter-Miller model
  • Chapter 5: Rational expectations and economic policy
  • Question 1: Short questions
  • Question 2: A variation on the Muth model
  • Question 3: Stabilization of demand shocks
  • Question 4: Overlapping wage contracts and the REH
  • Question 5: Expectational difference equations
  • Question 6: The Cagan model
  • Question 7: Fiscal policy under rational expectations
  • Question 8: The labour market
  • Question 9: Liquidity trap
  • Question 10: The PIP meets the Pigou effect
  • Question 11: The PIP and the output gap
  • Question 12: Contemporaneous information
  • Question 13: Sticky prices
  • Question 14: Price flexibility in the Mundell-Fleming model
  • Answers
  • Question 1: Short questions
  • Question 2: A variation on the Muth model
  • Question 3: Stabilization of demand shocks
  • Question 4: Overlapping wage contracts and the REH
  • Question 5: Expectational difference equations
  • Question 6: The Cagan model
  • Question 7: Fiscal policy under rational expectations
  • Question 8: The labour market
  • Question 9: Liquidity trap
  • Question 10: The PIP meets the Pigou effect
  • Question 11: The PIP and the output gap
  • Question 12: Contemporaneous information
  • Question 13: Sticky prices
  • Question 14: Price flexibility in the Mundell-Fleming model
  • Chapter 6: The government budget deficit
  • Question 1: Short questions
  • Question 2: Tax smoothing
  • Question 3: The two-period model with tax smoothing
  • Question 4: Ricardian equivalence
  • Question 5: Ricardian equivalence in the two-period model
  • Answers
  • Question 1: Short questions
  • Question 2: Tax smoothing
  • Question 3: The two-period model with tax smoothing
  • Question 4: Ricardian equivalence
  • Question 5: Ricardian equivalence in the two-period model
  • Chapter 7: A closer look at the labour market
  • Question 1: Short questions
  • Question 2: Two-sector model with a skill-biased productivity shock
  • Question 3: Progressive taxation
  • Question 4: Indivisible labour
  • Question 5: Fiscal increasing returns
  • Question 6: Variable unemployment benefits
  • Question 7: Progressive taxes and efficiency wages
  • Answers
  • Question 1: Short questions
  • Question 2: Two-sector model with a skill-biased productivity shock
  • Question 3: Progressive taxation
  • Question 4: Indivisible labour
  • Question 5: Fiscal increasing returns
  • Question 6: Variable unemployment benefits
  • Question 7: Progressive taxes and efficiency wages
  • Chapter 8: Search in the labour market
  • Question 1: Short questions
  • Question 2: Search unemployment
  • Question 3: A CES matching function
  • Question 4: Downward real wage rigidity
  • Question 5: Dynamics of unemployment and vacancies
  • Answers
  • Question 1: Short questions
  • Question 2: Search unemployment
  • Question 3: A CES matching function
  • Question 4: Downward real wage rigidity
  • Question 5: Dynamics of unemployment and vacancies
  • Chapter 9: Dynamic inconsistency in public and private decision making
  • Question 1: Short questions
  • Question 2: Capital taxation and income inequality
  • Question 3: Choice of policy instrument
  • Question 4: Rules versus discretion
  • Question 5: Political business cycles
  • Question 6: Illiquid assets in the cake eating problem
  • Question 7: Naive and sophisticated hyperbolic discounters
  • Answers
  • Question 1: Short questions
  • Question 2: Capital taxation and income inequality
  • Question 3: Choice of policy instrument
  • Question 4: Rules versus discretion
  • Question 5: Political business cycles
  • Question 6: Illiquid assets in the cake eating problem
  • Question 7: Naive and sophisticated hyperbolic discounters
  • Chapter 10: Money
  • Question 1: Short questions
  • Question 2: Optimal money growth
  • Answers
  • Question 1: Short questions
  • Question 2: Optimal money growth
  • Chapter 11: New Keynesian economics
  • Question 1: Short questions
  • Question 2: Cost function for a Dixit-Stiglitz technology
  • Question 3: The multiplier when taxes are distortionary
  • Answers
  • Question 1: Short questions
  • Question 2: Cost function for a Dixit-Stiglitz technology
  • Question 3: The multiplier when taxes are distortionary
  • Chapter 12: Exogenous economic growth-Solow-Swan
  • Question 1: Short questions
  • Question 2: The Harrod-Domar model
  • Question 3: The production function
  • Question 4: The wage-rental ratio
  • Question 5: The Solow-Swan model
  • Question 6: The Pasinetti model
  • Question 7: The Solow-Swan model with population growth
  • Answers
  • Question 1: Short questions
  • Question 2: The Harrod-Domar model
  • Question 3: The production function
  • Question 4: The wage-rental ratio
  • Question 5: The Solow-Swan model
  • Question 6: The Pasinetti model
  • Question 7: The Solow-Swan model with population growth
  • Chapter 13: Exogenous economic growth-Ramsey-Cass-Koopmans
  • Question 1: Short questions
  • Question 2: Some mathematics
  • Question 3: Optimal investment
  • Question 4:Welfare of future generations
  • Question 5: The savings function
  • Question 6: The savings ratio in the Ramsey model
  • Question 7: Technological change
  • Question 8: Constant marginal utility
  • Question 9: Intertemporal substitution
  • Question 10: No wealth effect in labour supply
  • Question 11: A general extended RCK model
  • Question 12: Cash-in-advance constraint in continuous time
  • Question 13: Cash-in-advance with labour supply
  • Answers
  • Question 1: Short questions
  • Question 2: Some mathematics
  • Question 3: Optimal investment
  • Question 4: Welfare of future generations
  • Question 5: The savings function
  • Question 6: The savings ratio in the Ramsey model
  • Question 7: Technological change
  • Question 8: Constant marginal utility
  • Question 9: Intertemporal substitution
  • Question 10: No wealth effect in labour supply
  • Question 11: A general extended RCK model
  • Question 12: Cash-in-advance constraint in continuous time
  • Question 13: Cash-in-advance with labour supply
  • Chapter 14: Endogenous economic growth
  • Question 1: Short questions
  • Question 2: Endogenous growth
  • Question 3: Minimum consumption and endogenous growth
  • Question 4: Asymptotic endogenous growth
  • Question 5: External effect and endogenous growth
  • Question 6: Asymptotic capital fundamentalist model
  • Answers
  • Question 1: Short questions
  • Question 2: Endogenous growth
  • Question 3: Minimum consumption and endogenous growth
  • Question 4: Asymptotic endogenous growth
  • Question 5: External effect and endogenous growth
  • Question 6: Asymptotic capital fundamentalist model
  • Chapter 15: Overlapping generations in continuous time
  • Question 1: Short questions
  • Question 2: The Buiter model
  • Question 3: Endogenous growth
  • Question 4: The Blanchard-Yaari model without insurance
  • Question 5: Technological change
  • Question 6: Mandatory retirement
  • Question 7: Public infrastructure
  • Question 8: Monetary superneutrality
  • Answers
  • Question 1: Short questions
  • Question 2: The Buiter model
  • Question 3: Endogenous growth
  • Question 4: The Blanchard-Yaari model without insurance
  • Question 5: Technological change
  • Question 6: Mandatory retirement
  • Question 7: Public infrastructure
  • Question 8: Monetary superneutrality
  • Chapter 16: Overlapping generations in discrete time
  • Question 1: Short questions
  • Question 2: Capital fundamentalism in an OLG model
  • Question 3:Welfare effects of debt
  • Question 4: Lifetime uncertainty in a two-period model
  • Question 5: Pensions in the Diamond-Samuelson model
  • Question 6: Consumption taxation and redistribution
  • Answers
  • Question 1: Short questions
  • Question 2: Capital fundamentalism in an OLG model
  • Question 3: Welfare effects of debt
  • Question 4: Lifetime uncertainty in a two-period model
  • Question 5: Pensions in the Diamond-Samuelson model
  • Question 6: Consumption taxation and redistribution
  • Chapter 17: Decision making in a stochastic environment
  • Question 1: Short questions
  • Question 2: Deterministic dynamic programming
  • Question 3: Deterministic social planning problem
  • Question 4: Stochastic social planning problem
  • Question 5: Searching for a job
  • Answers
  • Question 1: Short questions
  • Question 2: Deterministic dynamic programming
  • Question 3: Deterministic social planning problem
  • Question 4: Stochastic social planning problem
  • Question 5: Searching for a job
  • Chapter 18: Dynamic Stochastic General Equilibrium-New Classical models
  • Question 1: Short questions
  • Question 2: Small open economy model
  • Question 3: The non-market sector
  • Question 4: Government spending shocks in the unit-elastic model
  • Answers
  • Question 1: Short questions
  • Question 2: Small open economy model
  • Question 3: The non-market sector
  • Question 4: Government spending shocks in the unit-elastic model
  • Chapter 19: Dynamic Stochastic General Equilibrium-New Keynesian models
  • Question 1: Short questions
  • Question 2: Consumers in the New Keynesian model
  • Question 3: Producers in the New Keynesian model
  • Question 4: Monetary policy in the New Keynesian model
  • Question 5: Quadratic price adjustment costs
  • Answers
  • Question 1: Short questions
  • Question 2: Consumers in the New Keynesian model
  • Question 3: Producers in the New Keynesian model
  • Question 4: Monetary policy in the New Keynesian model
  • Question 5: Quadratic price adjustment costs
  • Bibliography

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