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## MACROECONOMICS CHAPTERS 11 & 12

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# MACROECONOMICS CHAPTERS 11 & 12 2105 025

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Christina Smith
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These notes cover Chapters 11 and 12 from in-class lectures and the book.
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CHAPTER 11  The Rule of 70:  States that if the annual growth rate of a variable is X%, the size of that burnable  doubles every 70 / X years. Human Capital:   The resource represented by the quantity, knowledge, and skills of the workers in  an economy. Technology:  The knowledge that is available for use in production. Technological Advancement:  Introduces new techniques or methods so that firms can produce more valuable  outputs per unit of input. Institution:  A significant practice, relationship, or organization and society.  Private Property Rights:  Encompass the rights of individuals to own property, to use it in production,  answer on the resulting output. CHAPTER 12 Aggregate Production Function:  Describes the relationship among all the inputs used in the macro economy and  the total output of that economy, where GDP is output. Convergence   The idea that per capita GDP levels across nations will equalize as nations  approach the steady­state.  Depreciation   A fall in the value of resources overtime. Diminishing Marginal Product:  States that the marginal product of an input falls as a quantity of the input.  Endogenious Growth:  Growth driven by factors inside the economy.  Exogenius Growth  Growth that is independent of any factors in the economy. Marginal Product:  The change in output divided by the change in input.  Net Investment   Investment minus depreciation.  Product Function:  Describes the relationship between the inputs a firm uses and the output it creates. Steady­State:  The condition of a macro economy when there is no new investment.

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