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Modern Labour Economics Chapter 2 Overview of the Labour Market
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Figure 2.1 – Labour Force Status of the  Canadian Adult Civilian Population, 2001 
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Table 2.1 – Labour Force Participation  Rates By Gender in Canada and the United  States, 1950-2000 
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Figure 2.2 – Unemployment Rates for the  Civilian Labour Force in Canada and the  United States, 1921-2000 
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Figure 2.3 – Canadian and American  Employment Distributions by Major  Industrial Sector, 1920-2001 
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Table 2.2 – Nominal and Real Average  Wages of Workers in Canadian  Manufacturing, 1975-1995 
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Figure 2.4 – Relationship between Wages,  Earnings, Compensation, and Income 
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Figure 2.5 – Population and Labour Force  Characteristics for Canada, the United  States, and Mexico, 1999 
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Figure 2.6 – Labour Force Participation  Rates for Canada, the United States, and  Mexico, 1999 
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Figure 2.7 – Employment Shares by  Industry in Canada, the United States, and  Mexico, 1999 
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Figure 2.8 – The Markets in Which Firms  Must Operate 
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Table 2.3 – Labour Demand Schedule for a 
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Unformatted text preview: Hypothetical Industry Figure 2.9 – Labour Demand Curve (based on data in Table 2.3) Figure 2.10 – Shift in Demand for Labour Due to Increase in Product Demand Figure 2.11 – Possible Shifts in Demand for Labour Due to Fall in Capital Prices Figure 2.12 – Market Supply Curve for Secretaries Figure 2.13 – Shift in Market Supply Curve for Secretaries as Salaries of Insurance Agents Rise Figure 2.14 – Supply of Secretaries to a Firm at Alternative Market Wages Figure 2.15 – Labour Market Demand and Supply Figure 2.16 – Labour Demand and Supply at the “Market” and “Firm” Levels Figure 2.17 – New Labour Market Equilibrium after Demand Shifts Right Figure 2.18 – New Labour Market Equilibrium after Supply Shifts Left Figure 2.19 – New Labour Market Equilibrium after Supply Shifts Right Table 2.4 – Unemployment and Long-Term Unemployment in Selected European and North American Countries, 2001...
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