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Presentation Title Your Name ECO 202 Instructor Name ECO 202 Ten-Year Period of U.S. Economic History Overview • This slide should include a brief overview of the 10-year period between 1950 and today that you chose for this presentation. ECO 202 GDP (2 slides) 1. Gross Domestic Product (GDP) and Growth • Show a graph of real GDP growth rates for each year of your decade and highlight significant changes in growth rates, such as dips or negative growth (recession) or booms (economic expansion) • Real GDP data can be found here at FRED, the research database of the St. Louis Federal Reserve – adjust the data to your 10 year period • Here is a video to introduce you to using the FRED site and this video shows you how to adjust the units so you can get growth rate for each year – the data above will come up in dollars so it needs to be adjusted. 2. Choose two or three of the most relevant events from this time period that impacted the U.S. economy. Apply specific models developed throughout the course to demonstrate how these events influenced national output during this time period. • You can use the GDP formula to explain how an event impacted GDP growth. For instance, if there was large increase in military spending because of a war, we would expect to see an increase in GDP through increased Government Spending. • Be sure the connections you make are supported by the data you present. To access hyperlinks, view as Slide Show from top ribbon tab ECO 202 Unemployment and Inflation (2+ slides) 1. Analyze unemployment and inflation data as to their relation to output and growth, using macroeconomic principles and models to explain their effect. • Show graphs of both annual inflation rates and annual unemployment rates throughout your decade. • Find data on inflation rates – here are some you could use (you do not need to use all), and be sure to change the units to percent change from a year ago: • Consumer Price Index • Consumer Price Index – Less Food and Energy (less volatile and often uses for targeting purposes, often called “Core CPI”) • Producer Price Index • Find data on unemployment here • Explain how inflation and unemployment are calculated for the data presented • Discuss how changes in both are related to changes in GDP growth 2. Apply specific models developed throughout the course to demonstrate how the previously selected events influenced both unemployment and inflation during this time period. • Discuss how the events impacted both economic indicators • For the final draft, look to include our AD-AS model to illustrate how events led the changes observed in both ECO 202 Interest Rates Analyze interest rate fluctuations throughout this time period and their effects on other aspects of the economy. • Show graph of interest rates during your time period – there are different rate to choose from, like the Federal Funds Rate, the 3-Month Treasury Rate or the Bank Prime Loan Rate which will each give a sense of the level of interest rates and the trend throughout the decade • Then discuss the following: • How would these fluctuations affect/be affected by inflation? • Would investments and foreign trade rates increase or decrease? • How would the GDP of the American economy be affected? • To answer the above questions, consider the relationship between interest rates and GDP ECO 202 References • Include references in APA style. • For help with what in-text citations and reference listings should look like in a PowerPoint, refer here. ECO 202 2-1 Final Project Milestone One: Macroeconomic Data Report - Sub…2-T6439 Macroeconomics 18EW6 - Southern New Hampshire University ECO-202-T… Course Menu Tools 7/14/18, 3)54 PM Dwon Tagger mySNHU Online Student Services Help 2-1 Final Project Milestone One: Macroeconomic Data Report Submit Files Hide Submission Folder Informa!on Submission Folder 2-1 Final Project Milestone One: Macroeconomic Data Report Instruc!ons For Milestone One, you will research three sec!ons of your final project as they relate to the 10-year historical period that you chose in Module One: gross domes!c product, unemployment/infla!on, and interest rate fluctua!ons. You will then create your first 4–6 presenta!on slides. Be sure to read the Milestone One Guidelines and Rubric to ensure you are covering the cri!cal elements of this assignment. To assist you with your Milestone One presenta!on, use the PowerPoint template provided. Submit the presenta!on here. This milestone will inform your final project. For addi!onal details, please refer to the Milestone One Guidelines and Rubric document and the Final Project Guidelines and Rubric document. https://learn.snhu.edu/d2l/lms/dropbox/user/folder_submit_files.d2l?db=190572&grpid=0&isprv=0&bp=0&ou=79863 Page 1 of 5 2-1 Final Project Milestone One: Macroeconomic Data Report - Sub…2-T6439 Macroeconomics 18EW6 - Southern New Hampshire University 7/14/18, 3)54 PM Please follow the instruc!ons in this cap!oned video in order to submit your PowerPoint as a PDF with notes so that your instructor can view your speaker notes. Hide Rubrics Rubric Name: ECO-202 Milestone One Rubric Criteria Examina!on: GDP: Growth Rates and Trends Examina!on: GDP: Influenced Na!onal Output Proficient Needs Improvement Not Evident 18 points 13.5 points 0 points Accurately analyzes the annual GDP during the !me frame to calculate specific growth rates and trends in the U.S. economy, and provides informa!on in speaker notes Analyzes the annual GDP during the !me frame to calculate specific growth rates and trends in the U.S. economy, but analysis is inaccurate, or does not provide informa!on in speaker notes Does not analyze the annual GDP during the !me frame 18 points 13.5 points 0 points Applies specific models developed throughout the course to demonstrate how relevant historical and/or current events have influenced na!onal output during the Applies specific models developed throughout the course to demonstrate how relevant historical and current events have influenced na!onal output during the !me Does not apply specific models developed throughout the course to demonstrate influence on na!onal output https://learn.snhu.edu/d2l/lms/dropbox/user/folder_submit_files.d2l?db=190572&grpid=0&isprv=0&bp=0&ou=79863 Page 2 of 5 2-1 Final Project Milestone One: Macroeconomic Data Report - Sub…2-T6439 Macroeconomics 18EW6 - Southern New Hampshire University Examina!on: Unemployment: Output and Growth Examina!on: Unemployment: Events 7/14/18, 3)54 PM !me period, and provides informa!on in speaker notes period, but events chosen are not relevant, or does not provide informa!on in speaker notes 18 points 13.5 points 0 points Analyzes unemployment and infla!on data during the !me frame in their rela!on to output and growth, using macroeconomic principles and models to explain their effect, and provides informa!on in speaker notes Analyzes unemployment and infla!on data during the !me frame, but does not relate analysis to output and growth, does not use macroeconomic principles and models to explain their effect, or does not provide informa!on in speaker notes Does not analyze unemployment and infla!on data during the !me frame 18 points 13.5 points 0 points Applies specific models developed throughout the course to demonstrate how relevant historical/or and current events have influenced both unemployment and infla!on during the !me period, and provides informa!on in Applies specific models developed throughout the course to demonstrate how relevant historical/or and current events have influenced both unemployment and infla!on during the !me period, but events chosen are not relevant, or Does not apply specific models developed throughout the course to demonstrate relevant events’ influence on unemployment and infla!on https://learn.snhu.edu/d2l/lms/dropbox/user/folder_submit_files.d2l?db=190572&grpid=0&isprv=0&bp=0&ou=79863 Page 3 of 5 2-1 Final Project Milestone One: Macroeconomic Data Report - Sub…2-T6439 Macroeconomics 18EW6 - Southern New Hampshire University Examina!on: Interest Rate Fluctua!ons Ar!cula!on of Response 7/14/18, 3)54 PM speaker notes does not provide informa!on in speaker notes 18 points 13.5 points 0 points Analyzes interest rate fluctua!ons throughout the !me period and their effect on other aspects of the economy, such as infla!on, investment, foreign trade, and the GDP, and provides informa!on in speaker notes Analyzes interest rate fluctua!ons throughout the !me period, but does not relate this to their effect on other aspects of the economy such as infla!on, investment, foreign trade, and the GDP, or does not provide informa!on in speaker notes Does not analyze interest rate fluctua!ons throughout the !me period 10 points 7.5 points 0 points Submission has no major errors related to cita!ons, grammar, spelling, syntax, or organiza!on. Submission has major errors related to cita!ons, grammar, spelling, syntax, or organiza!on that nega!vely impact readability and ar!cula!on of main ideas Submission has cri!cal errors related to cita!ons, grammar, spelling, syntax, or organiza!on that prevent understanding of ideas Total https://learn.snhu.edu/d2l/lms/dropbox/user/folder_submit_files.d2l?db=190572&grpid=0&isprv=0&bp=0&ou=79863 — / 100 Page 4 of 5 2-1 Final Project Milestone One: Macroeconomic Data Report - Sub…2-T6439 Macroeconomics 18EW6 - Southern New Hampshire University 7/14/18, 3)54 PM Submit Files Files to submit (0) file(s) to submit A"er uploading, you must click Submit to complete the submission. Add a File Record Audio Record Video Comments Paragraph Font Family Submit Size Cancel https://learn.snhu.edu/d2l/lms/dropbox/user/folder_submit_files.d2l?db=190572&grpid=0&isprv=0&bp=0&ou=79863 Page 5 of 5 ...
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