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and can someone explain this one as well ?
Can someone explain this ?
any complaints?
question 26 ?
Why is it a ? how do you calculate ?
ROE = ROA x Equity multiplier ROA is given already and its 1% and you know that equity multiplier = Assets/Equity = 1 billion/ 10^9 - (800x10^6) = 5% and you do the same for bank Z. remember that equity = assets - liabilities
Thanks a lot!
Need some help preparing for the banking resit. Anyone up for it? I'd really appreciate it.
anybody knows when the answer sheet will be posted so that we can complain the shit out of that exam ?
Do you also know if the norm for the exam is 5.0 as written in the course manual or 5.5 as written on the exam?
Shouldn't it be positive for interest rate since when interest rate increases, velocity increases? I don't get why its negative
how do you solve this?
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hi, do you have the Exam for the Answer Key?
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Do you also have version A?
why payment of transaction isn't a function of money?
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Question 2) I thought it is Asset Transformation but the Answer Key states it is Maturity transformation.... :/
could anyone explain how you get the anwser?
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why #4 is b??
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for both 1a and 1b you should add 65,000, since the amount gets cashed out at the beginning of the year.
Thanks indeed!
wtf was this resit?? any complaints?
could anyone explain please
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the only factor that positively affect the demand for real money, for Friedman, is permanent income. The rest negatively affects it. Plus permanent income is the main factor to determine the demand for M/p
Can someone explain this?
adjusting the expectations upwards means that there's an appreciation of the currency, so it increases. There is a positively relationship between variables
Did we cover this?
I think we did in one of the last papers we had to read
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how do you solve 35 i dont kow what i am doing wrong here
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ye i wanted to mark it but for some reason it didnt want to...
no worries :)
How do you calculate this? ive inserted the numbers into the formula for the Taylor rule and I get 8%... am I forgetting something?
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and thanks
yes the coefficients are always 0.5 in the taylor rule, a really good video explaining it is,
Completely FLEXIBLE
Why not C? don't you calculate the required reserves by taking 20% from 100000 and then you see that excess reserves are 40000-20000? so C??
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wait what formula is that?
RR and you just play around with it, if you really want to see the whole process; (100,000-x)(%20)=40,000-x 20,000-0.2x=40,000-x 0.8x=20,000 x=25,000
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Which questions are 3 and 10 and what are your argument for it?
Those questions where about the exchange rates and interest rate differentials. I argued, that the perspective was not clear in order to determine, whether there is an appreciation or depreciation
Is the answer for question 8 B?
I think A
23 chapters are not enough... why not having also 9 articles!
20 Chapters*
21 chapters*, congrats you played yourself
Why do relationships increase the risk of moral hazard?
Because it is not regulated, you just depend on trust. You can reason logically as well. If you have a collateral, normally you behave more in line, because you have some skin in the game as well. Legal contracts are binding things, if you break them you go to jail or pay a fine. Legal contracts are somehow the same reasoning as regulation.
If you think of venture capitalists, they manage soft information and relationships decrease moral hazard in that case.
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m=(1+c)/(r+c+e) -> c=600/1800=1/3 ; e= 0.5/1800=1/3600 ; r=0.1 hence, m= (1+1/3)/(0.1+1/3+1/3600)=3.07
for the open market operations it has to be +100 euro of liabilities for the central bank both for cash and reserves :)
Yes thank you!
Someone has the solution for first sit 2017/18?????
somebody has the solution for the 2017/18 exam first sit?
Any ideas for that one? Can't get why A and not B or D
When the economy is in liquidity trap, the money demand is horizontal and thus very sensitive to interest rate changes. thereby, changes in the money supply cannot affect output any longer. Thus, monetary policy becomes ineffective in stimulating output. That's why a is wrong.
Thanks, I finally got it by drawing LM graph and ISLM graph in that situation!
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Does anyone know from which chapters are open part questions?
Question 1 is about chapter 16 Question 2 is (I think) related to the article: "Corporate governance of banks and financial stability" of Laevan and Ratnovsky 2014
Anyone can explain me why it is B?
because all the others shift the IS curve to the left except for the B that does a movement along the curve
Should be anticipated instead of unanticipated and next paragraph is then the unanticipated model, so sorry
Does someone have the answer Key for the First sit 2017/2018
This is also supposed to be M not MB
This should be R= RR + ER !!!!
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Any chance to get summary of chapter 24 and 25? Thanks a lot for the others chapters summaries!
Unfortunately I don’t think I ll have time to do them
Okay no worries!
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amazing! thanks a lot! I think the only thing missing is the summary of the course coordinators paper "Carrying the Burden" is missing... You do not have a word file with all the articles and papers but without chapters and tasks by any chance?
or could you maybe just post a word file so we can adjust for what we need that would be awesome!!!!
I think I did up sum up the most important points about the course cordinator's paper in task 10, as this task was mainly about the paper. I tried to upload this as a word file, however, due to the huge size of the document, it did not work as a doc and got corrupted. Thus only the pdf. So better use an online converter or something else to convert the pdf into a doc ;-)
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Do you also have to answer key for this exam?
Unfortunately no:(
Can anyone post the PDF version of the Book?
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thx :)
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Could u upload the word file by any chance? You made a mistake by accident that I would like to correct.
Are you guys able to upload more than one complaint? If yes, how?
Am I the only one who thinks there were lots of questions with more right answers?
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How to complain about them? Do we have to wait untill our results are posted?
there should be a link posted on the student portal for comments. i guess it will be posted with the answer key
Q7 I think the borrower will lose 1% or? (Answerkey solution = A ) Since he has to pay in real terms now 4% instead of 3%. I remember that someone told me that there were some mistakes in 2015/16 but I don't remember all of them.
Also had the same logic
to what extent are you guys going to understand the articles? are they really relevant should my knowledge be as extensive as the chapters?
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Are the differences between this and the original substantially different?
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Which Formula was wrong?
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