# Lernkarten

Roland Schenkel
Karten 51 Karten 2 Lernende English Universität 08.01.2017 / 10.01.2020 Kein Urheberrechtsschutz (CC0)
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Definition of the GDP deflator

$$\text{GDP Deflator}=\frac{\text{Nominal GDP}}{\text{Real GDP}}\cdot \text{100%}$$

Formula of the CPI (consumer price index)?

$$CPI_t=\frac {\text{Price of basket in year t}}{\text{Price of basket in base year}}\cdot \text{100%}$$

Inflation rate from CPI?

$$\text{Inflation rate in year 2}=\frac {CPI_{t2}-CPI_{t1}}{CPI_{t1}}\cdot \text{100%}$$

What are problems relating the CPI? What does it not measure?

• Substitution bias
• Introduction of new goods
• Unmeasured quality changes

GDP Deflator <=> CPI?

1. The GDP deflator reflects the prices of all goods and services produced domestically, whereas the consumer price index reflects the prices of all goods and services bought by consumers.

2. The consumer price index compares the price of a fixed basket of goods and services to the price of the basket in the base year (only occasionally does the ONS change the basket) whereas the GDP deflator compares the price of currently produced goods and services to the price of the same goods and services in the base year.

What is the relation between real and nomimal interest rate?

Real interest rate = Nominal interest rate – Inflation

Formula for the output of an economy?

Y=C+I+G+NX

Government policies that raise productivity and living standards...

Encourage saving and investment.