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## ECO 2013, Midterm 2 Study Guide

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# ECO 2013, Midterm 2 Study Guide ECO 2013

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Faith Oluwayemi
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This document covers every topic since the first midterm. It contains important facts, questions and direct pointers for what to study.
COURSE
Econ Princ (Macroeconomics)
PROF.
A. Criss
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Study Guide
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2
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Macroeconomics
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Date Created: 10/14/16
ECO 2013 Exam 2 Study Guide GDP: Measuring production and income Important! An economy is measured by its total production. A country’s total production is measured by Gross Domestic Product (GDP).  Important features/ facts about GDP  Components of GDP/ How is GDP calculated?  How is net export calculated?  What are intermediate goods?  How are intermediate goods important to the market value of goods and services?  How does GDP come short as a measure of total production?  How does GDP come short as a measure of well-being?  What is: a. Nominal GDP b. Real GDP?  Difference between Nominal GDP and Real GDP  How do you calculate the GDP deflator? Important! The GDP deflator measures changes in price level Unemployment and inflation  The Bureau of Labor Statistics classifies the adult population into three categories, what are they?  Types of unemployment Important! Labor force = Unemployed + Employed Labor force participation rate = Labor force/Adult population Unemployment rate = Unemployed/Labor force  What is natural rate of employment?  What influences wage level in an economy?  What happens to the supply of labor when minimum wage is above the equilibrium?  Why would firms set the minimum wage above the market equilibrium? Important! Wages above equilibrium = Unemployment  What is: a. Price level b. Inflation?  What is the function of the Consumer Price Index?  What is the function of the GDP deflator in measuring inflation?  What limitations make the Consumer Price Index an insufficient measure of inflation?  What makes Real interest rate different from Nominal interest rate? Economic Growth, the financial system and business cycles  What is long-run economic growth?  What determines the rate of long-run growth? Important! Growth rate = % change in GDP Number of years to double GDP = 70/ Growth rate  What is potential GDP?  Factors that make potential GDP rise  What is a: stock, bond?  What determines how fast an economy grows?  How technology affects economic growth  The new growth theory  What is a public good? What do public goods result in?  Public goods are non-rival and non-excludable. What does this mean?  The role of government in growing knowledge capital Important! Knowledge capital is the key to economic growth  The arguments against economic growth

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