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University of California, Davis Department of Agricultural and Resource Economics ARE 150 Fall 2009 Philip Martin Dist 10/1/09 [email protected] Due 10/13/09 Review Questions 2—Midterm #1 is Thursday, October 15 Please type or write neatly, and put your discussion section, 4-5 or 5-6, on your answers. Each answer is worth one point. 1. A. What effect did 1920s immigration restrictions have on the supply of seasonal workers in California? Why? B. How did farm employers respond to increased worker mobility in the 1920s 2. A. What were two background factors or events that produced farm labor reform proposals in the 1930s. B. Who were three leading reformers, and what were the two major reforms they proposed? C. Were their proposals implemented—why or why not? 3. A. How did the Bracero program set the stage for illegal Mexico-to-US migration? B. What were the major responses to the end of the Bracero program? 4. A. Explain how personnel policies differ in firms that respond to (1) exit and (2) voice dis-satisfaction among workers. B. What are the major ways to deal with work place conflict? C. Explain why unions can (1) decrease or (2) increase economic efficiency? 5. A. What are three ways in which US unions are unique? B. How are farm
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