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B the substitution effect of an increase in the real

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Unformatted text preview: of an increase in the real wage is less than the income effect. D) the substitution effect of an increase in the current labour supply is less than the income effect. E) there is an indirect relationship between the current real wage and current labour supply. 9 52) Answer Key Testname: UNTITLED3 1) A Page Ref: P. 265 2) B Page Ref: P. 275 3) D Page Ref: P. 295-296 4) A Page Ref: P. 285 5) D Page Ref: P. 266 6) E Page Ref: P. 304 7) B Page Ref: P. 279 8) D Page Ref: P. 272 9) B Page Ref: P. 294 10) E Page Ref: P. 267 11) D Page Ref: P. 264 12) B Page Ref: P. 270 13) B Page Ref: P. 285 14) A Page Ref: P. 287 15) E Page Ref: P. 277 16) D Page Ref: P. 286 17) C Page Ref: P. 291 18) A Page Ref: P. 267 19) B Page Ref: P. 267 20) B Page Ref: P. 266 21) C Page Ref: P. 282 22) C Page Ref: P. 289-290 23) D Page Ref: P. 290 10 Answer Key Testname: UNTITLED3 24) D Page Ref: P. 298 25) C Page Ref: P. 287 26) E Page Ref: P. 272 27) C Page Ref: P. 303 28) B Page Ref: P. 266 29) B Page Ref: P. 290 30) A Page Ref: P. 303 31...
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