The selected news article on which you will write your analysis will be announced on your class canvas page under “announcement.” The copy of the article will also be posted on the class bulletin board located inside the faculty office area in C352 (see glassed bulletin board immediatel

The selected news article on which you will write your analysis will be announced on your class canvas page under “announcement.” The copy of the article will also be posted on the class bulletin board located inside the faculty office area in C352 (see glassed bulletin board immediately outside of suite B in C352) under the heading “MACROECONOMICS/MICROECONOMICS.” YOU ARE RESPONSIBLE FOR DOWNLOADING THE ARTICLE FROM THE WEB (some news articles are downloadable free of charge, others are available through the PCC library website via “database/national news papers expanded (pro quest).” For EACH of the selected news article, you will write a 1 to 2 page economic analysis that includes: a MAXIMUM of 1 paragraph summarizing the news article (worth 25% of the grade) and a MINIMUM of 2 paragraphs (each worth 25% of the grade) theoretically analyzing the article. The latter 2 paragraphs should include graphs (which includes those you learned in macroeconomics (econ 1A—such PPC, D-S, AD-AS, Philip’s Curve, Exp-Y, etc.) as well as during the course of this semester (in econ 1B—such as utility, price elasticity of D-S, cost/demand/marginal revenue curves of various market structures, etc.) and mathematical analyses when appropriate (worth 25% of the grade). To be eligible for extra credit, your analysis must be typed (including your graphs). The analysis is due at the beginning of class on the day as stated on the tentative schedule. After the grace period of 15 minutes, late submissions will lose 10% for every 10 minutes. Late submission beyond the first hour of the class will NOT be accepted. (please see tentative schedule for the due date)

ARTICLE 1:
Fed’s Rosengren: More Than Three Rate Increases Likely Necessary This Year
Nick Timiraos
Jan 12, 2018
WSJ
ARTICLE 2:
Jobs Report Should Keep Fed on Path of Gradual Rate Increases
Nick Timiraos
March 9, 2018
WSJ
ARTICLE 3:
Home Prices Continued to Rise in January
Laura Kusisto
March 27, 2018
WSJ

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