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ehrenberg_econ_ce_ch03 - GDP, 1965-1995 Figure 3.7 The...

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Modern Labour Economics Chapter 3 The Demand for Labour  
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Table 3.1 – The Marginal Product of  Labour in a Hypothetical Car Dealership  (capital held constant)
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Figure 3.1 – Demand for Labour in the  Short Run (Real Wage)
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Table 3.2 – Hypothetical Schedule of  Marginal Revenue Productivity of Labour  for Store Detectives 
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Figure 3.2 – Demand for Labour in the  Short Run (Money Wage) 
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Figure 3.3 – Effect of Increase in the Price  of One Input ( k ) on Demand for Another  Input ( j ), Where Inputs Are Substitutes
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Figure 3.4 – The Effects of Monopsony 
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Figures 3.5 – The Monopsonist’s Short- Run Response to a Leftward Shift in  Labour Supply
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Figure 3.6 – Minimum Wage Effects under  Monopsony: Both Wages and Employment  Can Increase in the Short Run
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Table 3.3 – Payroll Taxes as a Percent of 
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Unformatted text preview: GDP, 1965-1995 Figure 3.7 The Market Demand Curve and Effects of an Employer-Financed Payroll Tax Figure 3.8 Payroll Tax with a Vertical Supply Curve Table 3.4 Payroll Related Taxes and Other Mandated Expenses as a Percent of Hourly Compensation, 1981, 1991, 2001 Figure 3A.1 A Production Function Figure 3A.2 The Declining Marginal Productivity of Labour Figure 3A.3 Cost Minimization in the Production of Q* (Wage = $10 per Hour; Price of a Unit of Capital = $20) Figure 3A.4 Cost Minimization in the Production of Q* (Wage = $20 per Hour; Price of a Unit of Capital = $20) Figure 3A.5 The Substitution and Scale Effects of a Wage Increase...
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This note was uploaded on 05/27/2010 for the course ECON ECON 3360 taught by Professor Smith during the Fall '10 term at Carleton CA.

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