September 03, 2003

Econ 101b: Fall 2003: September 4 Lecture

Link to electronic version of textbook chapter 4.

Okun's Law Erosion Handout.

Chapter 4 Lecture Notes Draft.

Chapter 5 Lecture Notes Draft.

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From a policy perspective, is the long run anything more than a series of short runs? "In the long run..."

Posted by: K Harris on September 4, 2003 04:14 AM

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>From a policy perspective, is the long run anything more than a series of short runs? "In the long run..."

Yes, the long run is different. In the short run structural adjustments are not made; in the long run they are.

Of course, it's often hard to know when the long run will come.

Posted by: Jonathan Goldberg on September 4, 2003 08:09 AM

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>From a policy perspective, is the long run anything more than a series of short runs? "In the long run..."

Yes, the long run is different. In the short run structural adjustments are not made; in the long run they are.

Of course, it's often hard to know when the long run will come.

Posted by: Jonathan Goldberg on September 4, 2003 08:14 AM

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Interesting. Thanks Brad.

But why do we want to make dope semiconductors? Aren't smart ones better?

Posted by: Bernard Yomtov on September 4, 2003 12:36 PM

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"But why do we want to make dope semiconductors? Aren't smart ones better?"

I think that should be "doped" semiconductors. By themselves no semiconductors are smart. It is the combination of "different dope" doped semiconductors that has the interesting properties.

DSW

Posted by: Antoni Jaume on September 4, 2003 12:49 PM

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I met a very intelligent truck driver recently. Why shouldn't he be considered a smart semi conductor?

Posted by: Bernard Yomtov on September 4, 2003 01:11 PM

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