Spring 2004

Economics G6907 at Columbia University

1. Syllabus

2.  Lerner Symmetry Theorem (Lopez and Panagariya)[I converted this file from an ancient word-processing program.  I am reasonably confident that there are no serious typos left but no guarantees.]

 

Fall 2003


International-Development-Transition Workshop

1.  September 8, 2003: Allan Drazen (with Adi Brender), "Where Does the Political Budget Cycle Really Come From?"

2.  September 15, 2003, James Anderson (with Eric van Wincoop), "Trade Costs"

 

Economics 742

1.  Reading List

Spring 2003


Economics 340

1.  Syllabus:  In addition to the readings, main rules for examinations and grading are also described here.

2.  Lectures 1 & 2: Online Reading 1  Panagariya, Arvind, "What is Globalization and is It Beneficial?"

3.  Lectures 1& 2: Online Reading 2  Griswold, Dan, "Trade, Jobs, and Manufacturing: Why (Almost All) U.S. Workers Should Welcome Imports," Executive Summary only, Trade Briefing Paper No. 6, Cato Institute, September 30, 1999

4.  Lectures 1 & 2: Handout 1 Current trade data.

5. Lectures 1 & 2: Handout 2: Miracles and Debacles of the last 40 years.

6.  Review Questions 1 / with Answers

7.  Review Questions 2 / with Answers

8.  Review Questions 3 / with Answers

9.  Review Questions 4 / with Answers: Chapters 4 and 5 are covered

10. Distribution of Grades: Midterm Examination I 

11. Midterm Examination I (with answers).

12. Review Questions 5 / with Answers

13. Review Questions 6 / with Answers

14. Review Questions 7 / with Answers

15.  Review Questions 8 / with Answers

16.  Review Questions 9 / with Answers

17.  Reading on WTO

18.  Reading on Labor Standards and Trade

19.   To see the U.S. International Transactions, click here and then click on "International Transactions Accounts"

20. Midterm II with answers at the end

21.  Review Questions 10 with Answers

22.  Sample Essay Questions

23.  The final examination is Tuesday, May 20, 10.30-12.30 in the regular classroom for this course.  To confirm, click here to check the official schedule which is the final authority. I have already discussed the structure of the exam. (35 multiple choice questions and one essay) in the class.  If you have not been attending the class, it is your responsibility to talk to someone who did attend for further information I may have given.  I will normally not answer emails on this subject since attending the class is a part of your implicit contract when you sign-up for the course. 

Economics 441

1.  Syllabus: In addition to the readings, main rules for examinations and grading are also described here.

 2.  A Partial Walk through Lectures Relating to Chapter 2:  The example used in the class is discussed systematically.

3.  Answers to Problems Assigned from Chapter 2: Problems 1-4 and 6.

4.  A Partial Walk through Lectures Relating to Chapter 4:  The example used in the class is discussed systematically.

5.  Sample Multiple Choice Questions/with Answers:  These cover chapters 1-4.

6. Answers to Chapter 3 problems

7.  Answers to Chapter 4 problems

8.  Distribution of Grades: Midterm Examination I:  

9. Midterm Examination I (with answers).

10. Answers to Chapter 8 problems

11. Reading on WTO

12. Practice Questions from Chapters 6, 8 and 9 with answer key at the end

13.  To see the U.S. International Transactions, click here and then click on "International Transactions Accounts"

14.  Answers to Chapter 6 problems.

15. Midterm II with answers at the end

16.  Answers to Chapter 12 Problems

17.  Answers to Chapter 13 Problems

18. Sample Essay Questions

19.  The final examination is Wednesday, May 21, 1.30-3.30 in the regular classroom for this course.  To confirm, click here to check the official schedule which is the final authority.  I have already discussed the structure of the exam. (35 multiple choice questions and one essay) in the class.  If you have not been attending the class, it is your responsibility to talk to someone who did attend.  I will normally not answer emails on this subject since attending the class is a part of your implicit contract when you sign-up for the course. 

20.  Sample Multiple Choice Questions covering chapters 12-14 and 17 with answers at the end.

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