Equilibrium in purely competitive economy market

As the labor market within a purely competitive economy is into equilibrium: (1) the marginal benefits by unemployment exceed unemployment compensation. (2) the marginal benefits and marginal costs from employment are equal. (3) economic growth is inhibited through excessive automation. (4) inefficiency in the allocation of resources prevails. (5) marginal physical product of labor equals the money wage rate.

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