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{ÌçßÌ¥ÌË®*ºÊ Ricardian Model Assumptions. Even when it is concave, the estimates imply that either consumption or leisure is an inferior good. Diminishing marginal utility:as consumption of something increases, the marginal utility decreases. /Width 330 It is worth noting that wage rate is the opportunity cost of leisure. THE STANDARD MODEL ASSUMPTIONS General formulation combining features of various specific models studied so far Two goods that can be traded. Effect of changes in wages • Assume • For interior solutions, the consumer is a net supplier of leisure • Total income effect: ifleisure is a normal good, , TIE is positive, leading the consumer to demand less leisure (or supply more labor) The previous model of consumer choice theory is applicable with only slight modifications. /Length 1200 The modern version of the Ricardian Model assumes that there are two countries, producing two goods, using one factor of production, usually labor. /Subtype /Image /Length 49349 Taken together, this means that as consumption increases, utility increases, but at a decreasing rate. Each consumer leaves after 2 periods. •utilityincreases, •but at adecreasing rate. Consumers >> Assumptions About Consumer Behavior Assumptions about consumer behavior. Consumers receive an exogenous income (they do not make a work-leisure decision). Income-Leisure Constraint: However, the actual choice of income and leisure by an individual would also depend upon what is the market rate of exchange between the two, that is, the wage rate per hour of work. Constant returns to scale; details of factors and production kept in the background. The borrowing and lending real interest rate are the same r Consumers can therefore exchange 1 unit of consumption Angeletos • Combining the above, we get Uz(ct,zt) = FL(kt,lt) Uc(ct,zt) and Uc(ct,zt) βUc(ct+1,zt+1) = 1 − δ + FK (kt+1,lt+1). It is to consumption what the Solow model is to the study of economic growth. Econ 352 2020 4 modern macroeconomics has become more theoretical and models are used as laboratories where the effects of alternative policies are assessed. Vivian has 70 hours per week that she could devote either to work or to leisure, and her wage is $10/hour. 1��:qQ����]�كFu3��tp8d:$hV�A6*;���nn�%4�����)�2�cvZ���_� \���]TX�`��mv�6�D��^�2��w��u���/f�'w��º el��IojXz��&3~����H^�ah�wJط�� |e5D�`1�� ��}Ϯ;���u&L�_�?�N"�q� _��MP�X���v�M���G��u�R_p�&4�.�?�\_r�KCG��ۭv�B�h�\jЙGLW�A{���(fƆS��i���rB/x4��7d��ac�L?�m�M�z�ÃGٱG��z#�I9O�� �Sm�>�Y��� _o_,~C��U���
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