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# Show explicitly from the results of this section that G =

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Problem 50P

Problem 50P

Show explicitly from the results of this section that G = N/µ for an ideal gas.

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Week 10 Exam 2: Ch 6, 13, 14, 8 Tuesday, March 22, 203:16 PM Economic Stabilization Policy 1) Should macroeconomic policy be active or passive Ignorance, Rational Expectations, and the "Lucas Critique" by Robert Lucas -economic expectations are important economic variables -good economic forecasts have to take into account how changes in policy will change expectations -economic forecasting is hard to do well 2) Should macroeconomic policy be conducted by discretion or by rule Policy by rule-if policy makers announce in advance how macroeconomic policy will respond to particular situations Policy by discretion-if policy makers are free to determine how macroeconomic policy will respond to particular situations at the time The case for Policy by Rule: 1) Distrust policymakers or the political process a. -incompetence b. Capture by special interest groups c. Re-election motive leads to political business cycle Time Inconsistency Problem -monetary policy: central bank might benefit in the long-run from having policy discretion taken away Monetary Policy Rules -Money supply growth rule by Milton Friedman -money supply increase at a constant low rate every year (2%) MV = PY Y increases about 2% a year Nominal GDP Target -nominal GDP = P*Y -%change in nominal GDP = %change in price level (inflation) + %change in real GDP -%∆nominal GDP = P/∆ + Y/Y∆ -to increase inflation, increase the money supply -to decrease inflation, decrease the money supply Inflation Target -keep inflation below 2% -keep inflation expectations low (stable) -handle demand shocks well (keep Aggregate Demand stable) -does not handle supply shocks well (could cause a big recession) Central Bank Independence -how independent is the central bank -to what extent can it influence the economy New Section 4 Page 1 END OF EXAM 2 MATERIAL Consumption Y = C + I + G C = c0+ c(Y-T) Keynes Model MPC = C∆ ∆ = c 0

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