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Macroeconomics is a branch of economics dealing with the aggregate economy as a whole, rather than individual markets.

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The question is quite straightforward, and you do not need the first step that you have. You have (for some reason) a different multiplier here for each time period. That is not the case- you simply h …
answered Sep 3 '15 by ChinG
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There is not a period-to-period borrowing constraint. You only have a transversality condition. However, the constraint will be binding if you have Inada conditions, in which case you do not need the …
answered Sep 3 '15 by ChinG
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Remember that increases in a standard IS-LM model an increase in government expenditure generates an increase in the real interest rate. As such, private investment decreases. Traditional economic th …
answered Nov 8 '15 by ChinG
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In a closed economy, the national income identities imply that $$S=I$$ However, the intuition is not clear to me. The saving is the part of national disposable income that is not consumed. $I$ is the …
asked Dec 1 '18 by ChinG
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To supplement the above answer, you can force your regression to not have a constant. In this case, economic theory will indicate that $C(0)$ is at least non zero.
answered Jan 20 '16 by ChinG
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A company's value, in financial terms is given by its equity, or its difference between its assets and liabilities. The well known expression $E=A-L$ reflects this. When you buy a share, you buy a par …
answered Oct 8 '15 by ChinG
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I have recently encountered (in a few applications), the Dixit-Stiglitz Pricing index. Consider a Constant elasticity of substitution form of utility $$U=\left(\sum_{i=1}^{N}c_{i}^{1-\frac{1}{\sigma}} …
asked Nov 26 '15 by ChinG
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I think at the outset you have to make the distinction between the real interest rate and the nominal interest rate. The nominal interest rate is the real interest rate less inflation. Assuming the mo …
answered Sep 3 '15 by ChinG
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As the name suggests, credit based investment is investment that takes place based on funds that are themselves borrowed. An example of credit-based investment is leverage.
answered Sep 2 '15 by ChinG
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No, savings is a structural parameter in the Solow model and is not affected by income level. The basic differential equation of the Solow model is given by $$ \dot{k}=sk^{\alpha}-(\delta+n+g)k $$ …
answered Oct 7 '15 by ChinG
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A good book at the high undergrad/low graduate level is the classic Romer text: http://www.amazon.com/Advanced-Macroeconomics-Mcgraw-Hill-Series-Economics/dp/0073511374 …
answered Dec 8 '15 by ChinG
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I am using the Williamson Macroeconomics textbook to look over a chapter on Monetary Policy and Banking (Chapter 12, 5th Edition). For a bit of context, the author specifices the government budget …
asked Jan 29 '18 by ChinG
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I have a super basic question on the shift in supply and demand curves ( I haven't seen this stuff since high school). More generally, this is about solving systems of simultaneous equations. We have …
asked Nov 16 '18 by ChinG
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A lot of macro nowadays (at least for the past couple of decades) is based on DSGE models. These models recognize the dynamic nature of agents' decisions. A standard approach to solving such problems …
answered Dec 8 '15 by ChinG
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Check the article: Olley, G. Steven, and Ariel Pakes. The dynamics of productivity in the telecommunications equipment industry. This is an Econometrica paper (1996). It is the standard method to es …
answered Dec 4 '15 by ChinG

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