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Topic 1. Fundamentals macro approach to the assessment of economic objects and processes
Task №262
The inflation rate in the 15 EU countries in 1995 amounted to (%):
3.4 4.9 4.2 3.8 1.2 2.2 2.2 4.9 5.6 3.7 4.6 1.4 1.6 1.7 2.6.
By the condition of the Maastricht Treaty the standard deviation of inflation from the average of 15 countries should not exceed 3. Follow whether this requirement?
Theme 2. National economy as an economic system
Problem №15
National production comprises two products: X (consumer goods) and Y (means of production). This year produced 500 units of X (the price per unit - 2 den. U) and have 20 units (price per unit - 10 den. U). By the end of this year, five of used machines (product Y) must be replaced with new ones.
Estimate:
1. The value of GNP.
2. The value of NNP.
3. The volume of consumption.
4. Gross investment.
5. The amount of net investment.
The terms appearing in the problem:
Gross national product (GNP) - is the total value of all final goods and services produced in a country within a year.
Gross private domestic investment - is the cost of the newly produced means of production (machinery, tools, equipment, buildings), intended for the production process and the replenishment of inventories.
Net investment - is gross investment minus depreciation.
Net National Product (NNP) - a gross national product, less the amount of depreciation.
Subject 3. Measurement of national output, national income and price levels
Problem №14
According to the following input data to calculate:
1) GNP flow of income;
2) GNP downstream costs;
3) the amount of CSL;
4) the volume of the national income.
Initial data:
1. The percentage of the loan - 12 den. u
2. Gross private investment - 55 den. u
3. Wages and salaries - 218 den. u
4. Profit Corporations - 113 den. u
5. Indirect taxes, non-tax obligations and transfer payments paid by private entrepreneurs - 22 den. u
6. The rent payments to owners of the leased property - 20 den. u
7. Corporate income tax - 50 d. u
8. Net exports of goods and services - 9 den. u
9. Government procurement of goods and services - 90 den. u
10. Net private investment - 45 den. u
11. Property income - 21 den. u
12. Net subsidies to state enterprises - 2 den. u
13. Transfer payments to the population - 23 den. u
14. Consumer spending - 260 den. u
The terms appearing in the problem:
Depreciation - is the annual contributions equal to the value of consumption for the period of capital.
Gross national product (GNP) - is the total value of all final goods and services produced in a country within a year.
Gross private domestic investment - is the cost of the newly produced means of production (machinery, tools, equipment, buildings), intended for the production process and the replenishment of inventories.
The remuneration for the labor of employees - it is wages, salaries and allowances to them.
Government procurement of goods and services - all government spending on final goods and services (they do not include transfer payments).
Government transfers - the state is paying separate individuals (or families) received free of charge.
Indirect taxes - a tax that the company includes in costs of production; they are passed on to consumers by raising the prices of goods and services.
Personal consumption expenditures - household spending is directed to the purchase of commodities and services.
Personal income - is income coming to households before taxes.
The method of calculating GNP flow of income - it is the sum of all revenues derived from the production of the total output of the year.
The method of calculating GNP downstream costs - is the sum of all costs for the final product.
The national income - is a net national product minus indirect taxes.
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Task №157
Production functions are of the form: Y = (4 × K2 + 3 × L2) 0,5; Y = 4 × K + 3 × L; Y = 2 × K0,4 × L0,6; Y = 1/3 × (K × L2) 0,5.
What is the efficiency of scale (increasing constant decreasing) they describe?
Topic 9. Money and Banking. Monetary policy
Problem №19
Based on the data presented in the table, it is necessary to determine:
a) value M1,
b) the value of M2,
c) value M3.
billion. den. u
small time deposits in 1630
Large time deposits 645
checkable deposits 448
beschekovye savings deposits 300
cash 170
Problem №68
According to the US Federal Reserve, the situation on the US money market in 1988 developed as follows: small time deposits, bln. USD. - 1836; large time deposits, bln. dollars. - 835; check deposits bln. dollars. - 574; beschekovye savings deposits, bln. USD. - 434; cash bln. USD. - Determine the amount of 210 units M1, M2, M3.
Problem №69
The sum of the prices of the goods traded in the country for the year amounted to 400 billion. Den. u, the value of goods sold on credit, payment terms of which will come in future years - 40 billion. den. u sum mutually compensating payments - 100 billion. den. u, and the amount of payment, term of payment of which occurred in a given year - 60 billion. den. u At the same monetary units of the same name made eight rotations per year. Calculate the amount of money needed for treatment.
Problem №70
Nominal money supply over the year in the country increased by 9%, the price level rose by 7%, and the velocity of money has increased by 6%. Calculate the rate of output growth in two ways, one of which is mathematical in nature. Explain the accuracy of the equation quantity theory of money recorded in percentage terms.
Problem №71
The country has an annual nominal GDP amounted to 400 billion. Den. u, and the turnover rate of each unit of money per year allocated for the purchase of final goods and services, amounted to 4. The speculative demand for money was described by the scale set out in the table below:
Based on these data, calculate the scale of the aggregate demand for money.
How to change the interest rate at reducing money supply to 115 billion. Den. u and his rise to 140 billion. den. u or by increasing the volume of nominal GDP at $ 80 billion. den. u and a decrease of 40 billion. den. u?

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