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Modern Labour Economics Chapter 6 Supply of Labour to the Economy: The Decision to Work
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Table 6.1 – Labour Force Participation  Rates of Females in Canada over 15 Years  of Age, by Marital Status, 1976-2000  (percent)
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Table 6.2 – Labour Force Participation  Rates for Males and Females in Canada by  Age, 1976-2000 (percent) 
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Table 6.3 – Labour Force Participation  Rates of Women and Older Men, Selected  Countries, 1965-2000 
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Table 6.4 – Part-time and Multiple Job  Holding in Canada and the United States,  1985-1995 (percent) 
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Figure 6.1 – An Individual Labour Supply  Curve Can Bend Backward 
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Figure 6.2 – Two Indifference Curves for  the Same Person 
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Figure 6.3 – An Indifference Curve 
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Figure 6.4 – Indifference Curves for Two  Different People 
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Figure 6.5 – Indifference Curves and  Budget Constraints 
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Figure 6.6 – The Decision Not to Work is a 
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