1) Output per worker y_{t} = 4k_{t}^{ 1/3}, the saving rate is 30 percent, and the depreciation rate is 13.3 percent. Calculate the steady-state values of capital per worker and consumption per worker.

2) In a steady-state economy with no population growth, capital per worker is 86, the saving rate is 25 percent, and the depreciation rate is 11 percent. The level of output per worker is ________.

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3) If output per worker in a steady state is $30,000, depreciation rate is 13%, the population growth rate is 2%, and the saving rate is 20%, what is the steady state capital-labor ratio?

No calculus please.

Subject | General |

Due By (Pacific Time) | 07/07/2014 08:00 am |

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