C an employer may try to prevent a moral hazard

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Unformatted text preview: d. (c) An employer may try to prevent a moral hazard problem by paying her workers an e ciency wage. (d) One interpretation of gi giving is that it re ects asymmetric information and signaling. . Assume there are nine voters in a certain small town and let x = the preferred number of dollars spent per person per month on garbage collection. For Voters , , and , x = ; for Voter , x = ; for Voter , x = ; and for Voters , , and , x = . e median voter is (a) Voter (b) Voter (c) Voter (d) Voter . Which of the following statements is not correct? (a...
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