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    Workers who keep their jobs will be more productive after firms adjust to raises in: (1) competition in an industry. (2) wages. (3) technological advances. (4) capital costs. (5) government regulation.

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  • Q : Estimate average wage differentials

    From the fact which the average wages of women into the United States is lower than the average wages of men, we can estimate that women are: (1) discriminated against in hiring and pay. (2) less qualified workers than men. (3) less interested into wa

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    Economic efficiency for all consumption and production choices would guarantee getting the social objectives of: (w) equality of income distribution. (x) employment and educational opportunities for all. (y) enhanced environmental quality. (z) None of

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    This supply of labor of worker is perfectly inelastic at point: (w) point a. (x) point b. (y) point c. (z) point d.

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    To make a decision regarding resource hire, the firm should take as: (w) the price of the resource. (x) the productivity (Marginal Price) of the resource. (y) output prices. (z) All of the above.

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    Within a purely competitive labor market, there the firm: (w) sets the wage that the household should accept. (x) should accept the wage demanded by the household. (y) and household arrive at the wage by bargaining. (z) and household should take the e

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    Rigid enforcement of “equal-pay-for-equal-work” law would: (w) raise the wage of minority workers who had been discriminated against. (x) lower the wages of “favored” non minority workers who had received higher wages before. (

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